Soya Sauce Beancurd with a hint of protein

The funny thing about oriental stores in Perth is that many frozen items are sold in bulk. You don’t just get a handful of fresh tou pok (fried bean curd), you get a HUGE packet of frozen ones. Well, one has to have fried beancurd for meesiam and laksa so in to the basket it went. However, we can’t finish that packet in a week and about 3-4weeks later……it’s still in the freezer.

That is when I have an “issue”.

Do you have find that you are left with bits and pieces in your freezer but nothing sufficient for a meal?

I had a small packet of mince, 2 chicken sausages, some green chillis and a HUGE packet of fried bean curd. hmmm…

I have to find a way to combine them together to form a meal.

When in doubt, Daphne heads backs to her Chinese roots.

Stewing the fried bean curd allows the soya to infuse their flavors in it. Chicken sausage and mince meat provided with abit of a bite. And chilli. Of course chilli goes well with ANYTHING.

Jokes aside, this dish is like a variation of soya sauce chicken except the focus is on fried beancurd! LOL I did enjoy this with a bowl of rice though. Very satisfying. ;p

Do share with me what do you do with your “bits and pieces” in your freezer!

Soya Sauce Beancurd with a hint of protein
300-400grams of fried bean curd (Tou pok)
100grams of pork mince
2 chicken sausages
1 tablepoon of garlic
2 chillies sliced

2 tablespoon of oyster sauce
1-2 tablespoons of soya sauce
1 teaspoon of dark soya sauce
1 teaspoon of sugar
1/2 cup of water/stock

Heat oil in pan with lid. Stirfry chilli and garlic. Add mince and chicken sausages. Cook till almost done. Add seasoning. Simmer for about 30 seconds. Add beancurd in. Give it a good stir. Cover and cook for about 10-15 minutes. Season with pepper

Serve with a bowl of hot rice and veges.

8 thoughts on “Soya Sauce Beancurd with a hint of protein”

  1. Yes, I love one dish meals like these with just a plain bowl of rice. Yum, with all the gravy. The other thing I did recently with bits and pieces was that I made it into a stew. I guess you could fry rice or noodles too, but not so with tau pok. Haha. Or maybe you could stuff the tau pok with the mince, deep fry them, then prepare a sauce to be poured over it? Not sure, just anyhow hantam. LOL.


  2. Hi Daphne,Sorry, I haven’t read this post yet, but I just want to tell you very quickly about our church musical we are holding this Saturday at Perth Christian Life Centre in Canningvale at 6pm. Details are on my blog. You would really enjoy it, it’s FANTASTIC – Hope you can come! xops. will visit your blog after Saturday, were SO Busy!


  3. singairishgirl- that’s an excellent idea but alot of work leh. ;p frankensteina- sure! done =) sayangmummy-thanks for dropping by! tigerfish-ya loh! combine all and add soya sauce to stirfry mah.. ;p doggbloggy-ooo.. u hv to!carol-wow! what a musical. We will probably be there!Littler corner of mine-me too! I like using these in fried rice/noodles as well!


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