So going back to one of the primary reasons we post this blog was to show you easy Japanese inspired cooking whether you are here or there or frankly in the mood for something that’s not going to cost you much. This falls into that cheap and easy to make yet very tasty category.
Mabu Tofu is actually a Chinese dish that comes in pseudo-Chinese packaging that is made in Thailand and covered in Japanese Kanji.
Apparently this is popular among the local Nisei so what’s good enough for them is good enough in my household and so can be in yours.
So if you would like to give this a try here’s the simple and easy low down on how it’s made.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- 1Box Chinese Mabu Tofu Sauce
- 1lb Ground Beef / Chicken / Pork
- 14 0z Tofu
- 1tsp of Vegetable Oil
Drain the Tofu and cube into small squares.
Heat the oil in the skillet and brown the meat. This takes no time at all.
Once the meat is browned you should be good to add the Mabu Sauce.
You’ll want to stir and simmer for a couple minutes.
Lastly, add the tofu and gently stir & simmer.
This takes no time at all to make and should serve about 4.
I recommend serving a vegetable side dish for a nutritional balance.
Serve and Enjoy!