Ian Lai made a simplified Mah Poh Tofu to be served with some multigrain rice during the Healthy Eating and Fun Cooking demonstration.
Mah Poh Tofu is a popular Szechuan dish. The name came from the old lady with pocked marked who sell this dish along the street.
- multigrain rice
- 200g ground pork
- salt to taste
- 1 package of soft tofu
- 1 package of Mah Poh tofu seasoning
Source: Ian Lai
Ian bought the above ingredients from T&T
|To cook the multi-grain rice, use 2 parts of water to 1 part of multi-grain rice.
Bring to a boil and lower heat to simmer until all the liquid is absorbed.
This multi-grain rice has Chinese yam in it.
|To prepare the Mah Poh tofu, cube the soft tofu and place in a pot of hot water to warm it up. Drain.
Brown the ground pork in a dry frying pan. No oil is needed as the pork will release some grease. Break up the pork with a wooden spoon. Fry until all the moisture is evaporated. This will bring out the sweetness of the meat.
Season the pork with a little salt.
|Add the soft tofu and the Mah Poh tofu seasoning. Toss gently to combine.
Add some chicken broth or water to moisten it.
Sprinkle with chopped green onions.