Agedashi Style Tofu

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Agedashi Style Tofu

Finally - I think I've solved my agedashi tofu conundrum. Three things to remember: 1) use potato flour; 2) use soft organic tofu; and 3) make sure your oil is 350-360 F. You can use silken tofu if you wish - but I prefer the texture of soft tofu...not to mention that its also much easier to work with.
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Agedashi Style Tofu

Finally - I think I've solved my agedashi tofu conundrum. Three things to remember: 1) use potato flour; 2) use soft organic tofu; and 3) make sure your oil is 350-360 F. You can use silken tofu if you wish - but I prefer the texture of soft tofu...not to mention that its also much easier to work with.
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Instructions
  1. Heat stock, tamari, vinegar, wasabi and seaweed powder to a boil over medium heat. Whisk in cornstarch mixture and heat until sauce has slightly thickened. Reduce heat and keep warm over low heat.
  2. Heat 2' of oil in wok or frying pan to 350-360 F.
  3. Mix potato flour and togarishi. Coat tofu cubes evenly and shake off excess flour. Deep fry until golden. Remove and drain on paper towel.
  4. Seed and slice Thai chili and set aside. Chiffonade basil. Peel and grate ginger. Fry basil for 15-20 seconds and remove to paper towel. Fry ginger shreds until golden and remove to paper towel.
  5. Place 2 Tbsp agedashi sauce in each of 4 bowls. Rest 2 pieces of tofu on top of sauce. Top tofu with basil, ginger and chili.
Notes

Enjoy!

Submitted by: Michael A.

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