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Recipe Provided by Auckland Center, New Zealand
 
 

  Ingredients

1 piece of tofu (Pic. 1)
1 can of Japanese vegetarian scallop shreds (pic. 2)
Some vegetarian fried pork flakes (pic. 3)
Some pumpkin seeds (pic. 4)
 
   
   
   

Seasonings (pic. 5)

 
2-3 tbsp soy sauce paste
 (can change the portion depending on the brand and/or taste of the soy paste)
2-3 tbsp extra light olive oil
1.5-2 tbsp good quality sesame oil

Directions

(1) Roast the pumpkin seeds in a non-stick pan under low heat like making popcorn. Set aside for later use.
(2) Mash the tofu in a large bowl.
(3) Add the soy sauce paste, olive oil and sesame oil seasonings to the tofu and mix well.
(4) Spread a layer of vegetarian scallop shreds on the top of the tofu mixture. Add a layer of vegetarian fried pork flakes. Then sprinkle the pumpkin seeds on the top.(pic. 6)
Variations and comments

This dish must be served immediately, because the tofu becomes watery after a while.
Different kinds of sprouts, such as mung bean, alfalfa or sunflower seed sprouts, can be used to create different flavors.

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