February 20, 2014

Sizzling Tofu ala Max’s





The other week, we had visitor in our plant and we went to Max’s Restaurant for lunch. One of the ordered dish is the sizzling tofu which I think one of their favorites. I got curios since it looks like easy to do so I tried to read the menu’s description. Last week, I prepared the said dish less the sizzling plate (I need to purchase one pa. Hehehe)


Ingredients: tofu, all-purpose cream, onion, oyster sauce and bell pepper
You will need:
4-5 cups tofu, fried and diced
1 medium sized green bell pepper, chopped
1 medium sized red bell pepper, chopped
1 medium sized onion, minced
1 siling pansigang, minced
½ cup all-purpose cream or mayonnaise
1-2 tbsps oyster sauce
Salt and pepper to taste

Here’s how to do it:
Saute onion followed by bell pepper. Drop in tofu, oyster sauce, and siling pang-sigang. Add all purpose cream or mayonaise and continue stirring for about a minute. Add salt and pepper and stir for another minute. Serve hot or on top of a sizzling plate.

Best paired with rice or serve as pulutan.
Sizzling Tofu ala Max's Restaurant

8 comments:

  1. i love max's sizzling tofu.. thanks for sharing this recipe..

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  2. Wow, this made me hungry. I love tofu. When I was pregnant, I was "devouring" this like everyday! Haha! This dish looks so yum, daddy A. Will try this one time. :-) Thanks!

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  3. Its looks really good, I feel so hungry tuloy wala pa naman akong breakfast! hehehe Thanks for sharing the recipe:)
    http://wish4less.blogspot.com

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  4. I love tofu whether eaten plain or mixed with other ingredients. It is one versatile dish that is also very affordable yet nutritious because of its high protein content!

    http://inlovewithsunflower.blogspot.com/

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  5. Wow. Easy peasy! I will try this. Thanks for the recipe sis.. :)

    theresa
    www.thecuteanddainty.com

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  6. We ate at Max's last night...maybe next time we should try this interesting dish!...though, trying to cook it yourself is the more interesting twist to this!

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  7. Ang sarap tingnan! I haven't eaten Max's tofu, but your recipe piques my curiosity about it. Maganda din to kasi no pork na kami!

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  8. This looks really good! I haven't tried cooking with tofu but after seeing your post. I think I'm going to make some soon with my friends. Yum! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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