So it isn’t really sashimi in the real sense, but it’s raw silken tofu, and who doesn’t love that smooth silky texture with its refreshing soy taste?
This dish is excellent for summers, but I’m having it in the coolness of spring, and I still love it. It’s also very fast and the ingredients are easy to obtain and put together and is normally enough to serve as a meal in and of itself.
More silken goodness beneath the jump~!
Half a pack of fresh silken tofu
1 green onion
0.5 bulb of garlic
1 tablespooon of oyster sauce
1. Open the back of tofu and remove half of the tofu, washing it and leaving it to drain.
2. Slice the green onion into rings and dice the garlic.
3. Place the tofu on a plate and drizzle/pour the oyster sauce on top. Sprinkle the green onions on top.
4. Heat up a pan and add some oil. As the oil heats up, toss in the garlic and stir fry until golden. Pour contents on top of the tofu.
5. Dig in!