Hakka Yong Tau Foo
Nothing’s better than a comfortable bowl of Yong Tau Foo! We grew up eating this dish, and this version – Hakka Yong Tau Foo – is readily available at food courts, hawker centres and coffeeshops. This highly versatile and comforting dish can be eaten in soup or dry, it can be spicy or non-spicy. Add variety with noodles, rice, or other ingredients, or stuff with minced meat of your choice.

Ingredients

  400 g Pork / Chicken thigh
  500 g Spanish Mackerel, meat scraped off
  1 tbsp Corn starch, if using pork as filling
  1 tbsp Corn flour, if using chicken as filling
  3 Fried beancurd, aka tau pok
  3 Firm beancurd
  1 Bitter gourd, sliced with 1cm – 2cm thickness
  1 Big brinjal
  5 Red chilli
  40 g Dried flat fish
  60 g Salted mackerel fish
  23 tbsp Bean paste
  1 tsp Soya sauce, to taste
  Spring onions and sesame seeds for garnishing

Instructions

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