Sunday, July 24, 2011

Crispy Stuffed Tofu Puffs

This crispy and delicious dish makes an excellent appetizer or finger food during parties. I came across this recipe in one of the food blogs.  You can use your favourite stuffing like fish paste, minced pork, minced prawns or a mixture of seafood; the list goes on ....  


300g prawns, shelled, deveined
1 tsp cornstarch
1 egg white, beaten
1 tsp sesame oil
2 tbsp finely chopped chinese parsley or coriander
salt &  pepper to taste

tofu puffs (blanched with boiling water to get rid of the oil) 

  • To prepare filling:  minced prawns and combined with all the ingredients.  
  • Squeeze the tofu puffs dry and make a slit in each of the puff.  Turn the puff inside out to make a small cavity.  Stuff the puffs with the prawn paste.  
  • Deep fry under medium heat until golden brown and crispy. Drain well.
  • Serve with chilli  sauce or mayonnaise or your favourite dipping sauce. 

Crispy Stuffed Tofu Puffs on Foodista


  1. That is one of my fav type of YTF. Too bad my hubby and MIL don't consume tofupok, so no chance of making unless I'm bringing this elsewhere

  2. Wendy, I never like tofupok either but I would only eat it cooked this way.

  3. Hi, Veronica is talking to Veronica> Interesting ya!! I like your blog and the beautiful food photos. Are you a professional photographer?

  4. Hi Veronica, I am not a professional photographer! Wish I were. Best compliment I've received so far. You made my day. Thank you, thank you.

  5. You have such a terrific young blog... Many seasoned long term bloggers would love for theirs to look as good as yours. And the recipe almost makes me want to try a tofu meal (sorry, I love reading about it, but still have an aversion)... but that's just me. We are in need of recipes like these...

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  6. Hi Minty!!

    As I bw, coincidence stumble upon your lovely blog, which makes me definitely to come back again.

    Thanks for sharing this recipe,I love to eat tofu and would like to try out this recipe.

  7. Hi Nuridah

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Appreciate more feedback after you try out the recipes.

  8. Oh this looks delicious! I have been thinking of making stuff tau pok too, and found your blog! Nice blog! Thanks for the recipe, will try it out tomorrow! 

  9. HBS, I am sure you'll like this if you like tau pok. Do experiment with different kinds of fillings. Enjoy!


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