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A New Way to Eat Delicious Tofu :: Kimchi Cheese Tofu :: Doenjang Mayonnaise Tofu :: Vegan Recipe

*** Weighing is scale (g), rice spoon (Tbsp), teaspoon (tsp) (not measuring spoon)
✤ Doenjang Mayonnaise
250g Tofu
30g (1Tbsp) Doenjang (soybean paste)
2Tbsp Green onion or Spring onion
8g (1Tbsp) Cooking wine (can be used with water)
4g (1Tbsp) Sesame seeds
Mayonnaise (topping)
✤ Kimchi Cheese
250g Tofu
100g Kimchi (or fried kimchi)
8g (1Tbsp) Perilla oil (can be use sesame oil)
4g (1Tbsp) Sesame seeds
Mozzarella cheese (topping)
Mayonnaise (topping)
✤ Garnish (can be omitted)
Spring onion
Seaweed
✤ TIP
Kimchi tastes better if it is stir-fried kimchi. (Tuna kimchi is also OK)
You can melt the cheese in the microwave instead of the oven and eat it.
You can use a Miso instead of Doenjang(soybean paste).
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