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Soybean Sauce Recipe

This tofu dish is most likely one of my number one, it’s sassy, loaded with umami (think sweet, pungent, fiery), thus delectable!
White tofu, vermicelli, soybean sauce, dark mushrooms, and lemongrass.
This recipe is enlivened by a Vietnamese dish called “đậu hũ kho tương hột”, the initial two words meaning tofu, kho significance braised, and the last two words being the name of the soybean sauce. It was one of the principal tofu dish I attempted in Viet Nam and I right away cherished it!
It requires only a couple of fixings and meets up in under 30 minutes.
White tofu stewed in an umami soybean sauce.
To begin with, we sauté garlic, lemongrass, and stew for two or three minutes. Then, add the soybean sauce, water to weaken, and diced tofu. With regards to the tofu, you can utilize normal firm tofu, or broiled one.
Note: In the event that utilizing locally acquired soybean sauce like this one, add around 2 tablespoon of sugar/maple syrup since the Vietnamese rendition will in general be better than the Chinese one.
Dark mushrooms, salted radish, and hacked vermicelli are frequently added to this dish for additional surface and flavor. Here, I excluded the radish as finding ingredient is not a simple. Stew everything together for 10-15 minutes and top with green onions!
Vietnamese-motivated dish, tofu served in a soybean sauce.
Serve this sassy tofu with steamed or sautéed greens and some rice. It has the ideal equilibrium of sweet, pungent, and hot, in addition to it’s high in protein!
Tofu in a pungent, sweet and hot soybean sauce.
Tasty tofu stewed in a pungent, sweet, and hot Vietnamese-enlivened soybean sauce! Sassy, loaded with umami, this tofu dish is incredible presented with greens and steamed rice!


▢1 tablespoon oil
▢1 tablespoon minced lemongrass
▢1 clove of garlic minced
▢¼ red elevated bean stew finely hacked, discretionary
▢1 dry dark mushroom (utilize 2-3 if little) drenched for 10 minutes and finely slashed
▢1 teaspoon sugar or maple syrup
▢¼ teaspoon salt
▢¾ cup soybean sauce see notes
▢½ cup water
▢¼ cup cleaved cooked vermicelli
▢14 ounces firm tofu diced into 1-inch solid shapes
▢3 tablespoon cleaved green onions


1. Heat the oil in an enormous non-stick skillet over medium intensity. Once hot, add the minced lemongrass, garlic, and bean stew. Sauté for around 2 minutes.
2. Finely hack the dry dark mushroom and add to the skillet. Sauté for one more moment.
3. Add the sugar, salt, soybean sauce, water, cooked hacked vermicelli, and diced tofu.

4. Let stew for around 10 minutes, mixing routinely to cover the tofu with the sauce.

5.  Allow it to stew until the sauce has somewhat thickened.
6. Top with hacked green onions and serve hot with steamed rice and additionally.

7. Tofu will save for as long as 3 days in the cooler.


You can utilize locally acquired soybean sauce, but you should make a couple of changes since it’s normally more pungent and less sweet than the hand crafted variant. Utilize just ½ cup of soybean sauce and increment the sugar (or maple syrup) to 2 tbsp.

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