Energy 307 kJ (73 kcal) 4 %
Sugar 1.84 g 2 %
Fats 4.29 g 6 %
Saturates 0.25 g 1 %
Sodium 0.089 g 4 %
% recommended daily amount for adults (Everything about GDA)
If you are looking for diet food, tofu has almost no competition. By itself, tofu hasn´t much taste, which is a great advantage because we can flavore it just the way we want .
|tofu||1 piece||333 g||338,8 kcal|
|sunflower oil||4 tbsp
||20 ml||166 kcal|
|onion||1 large||90 g||37 kcal|
|garlic||5 cloves||25 g||27,5 kcal|
|peeled tomatoes in juice||the best are best sliced - 1 can
||420 g||91,3 kcal|
|salt||1/3 tsp||2 g||0,1 kcal|
|spring onion||20 g||6,7 kcal|
- Tomato tofu begins with slicing tofu into cubes 3 x 3 cm. Since tofu is stored in water dry it well, best paper towels.
- In a pan pour 3 tablespoons of oil, fry until golden brown at 120°C . Be patient. In the beginning the cubes are quite fragile, but gradually begin to stick together nicely. It will take about 12-15 minutes , but if it still does not feel right, add a few minutes.
- Put the cubes aside and in the pan pour a tablespoon of oil . Fry the finely chopped onions along with garlic, which is cut into the tiny pieces . Fry for about 3 minutes and then pour peeled tomatoes . Add about 1/3 teaspoon of salt , fried tofu and 100 ml of water.
- Cook while stirring occasionally for about 10 minutes. If there is only a little water , then pour some more.
- Finally, stir in 20 g of spring onions and the dish is ready.
- Served best with rice.