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maihoa
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Old 04-20-2009 , 11:26 AM     maihoa est dconnect  search   Quote  
Xinh chao moi nguoi. Xin moi nguoi chi dum cach lam Tau Hu Nuoc Duong, ma dung muoi Nigari chu khong phai thach cao. Thanks
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Old 04-20-2009 , 11:32 AM     su*c.pha`n est dconnect  search   Quote  
Phàn hỏng hiểu ý của Maihoa là sao ?

Phàn mua hộp đậu hũ bột của Nhật về đong nước song quậy trên bếp rùi đổ vào khuôn rùi bỏ vào tủ lạnh đó
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Old 04-20-2009 , 11:36 AM     babynotlove est dconnect  search   Quote  
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Phàn hỏng hiểu ý của Maihoa là sao ?

Phàn mua hộp đậu hũ bột của Nhật về đong nước song quậy trên bếp rùi đổ vào khuôn rùi bỏ vào tủ lạnh đó
Sis Phàn mua loại nào vậy chỉ BB với.
Mà ăn ngon hem sis SP?
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Old 04-20-2009 , 11:38 AM     su*c.pha`n est dconnect  search   Quote  
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Sis Phàn mua loại nào vậy chỉ BB với.
Mà ăn ngon hem sis SP?

Babynotlove .....để chị về coi còn hộp nào hong ....chỉ nhớ là ngoài hộp ghi toàn chữ nhật hà ăn cũng được ...cũng mềm lắm
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Old 04-20-2009 , 11:48 AM     babynotlove est dconnect  search   Quote  
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Babynotlove .....để chị về coi còn hộp nào hong ....chỉ nhớ là ngoài hộp ghi toàn chữ nhật hà ăn cũng được ...cũng mềm lắm
Dzạ, món này em mê lắm mà chưa bao giờ làm
Toàn đi ăn dim sum rùi order mang về không hà chị
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Old 04-20-2009 , 12:06 PM     maihoa est dconnect  search   Quote  
maihoa muon hoc lam tu hat dau nanh, chu khong phai dong goi san ngoai cho.
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Old 04-20-2009 , 05:41 PM     su*c.pha`n est dconnect  search   Quote  
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maihoa muon hoc lam tu hat dau nanh, chu khong phai dong goi san ngoai cho.

cái đó thì Maihoa đợi ai bày đi nha ...Phàn hỏng rành, có nghe ai kể vắt đậu nành mệt lắm thui chớ Phàn chưa làm qua :(




Babynotlove .......nhà hỏng còn cái hộp đó rùi ....mai mốt đi nha, sorry :(
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Old 04-20-2009 , 05:53 PM     Hoa Kho^i est dconnect  search   Quote  
I found this one on the internet. Haven't made it yet.

By: Rinshinomori
Dec 14, 2007

You want to make relatively easy tofu at table to impress your friends and family? You can sometimes order this in some Japanese restaurants in Japan and also as I understand it at Morimoto's Restaurant (never ate there so not sure if it's similar but reading about it I think it is) here in US. Although somewhat similar to silken (soft) tofu since no weight is placed on tofu to extract liquid, this type of tofu is not quite silken in texture. If is much softer and fluffier than silken and does not have the crisp form cutting quality of silken tofu. Is it good? You bet it is! Although you can eat this immediately at table, I like to normally refrigerate this type of tofu for later use. By refrigerating you lose some of the water which firms up the tofu a bit. Also you can use this in cooking. To use this type of tofu for cooking I suggest you cut up the desired pieces and gently simmer in hot water for 5 to 7 minutes. This procedure firms up the tofu for later cooking. But this is still a soft tofu and care should be taken when using this type of tofu for cooking. The inspiration for this type of tofu came from a lady in Okinawa who used to make homemade tofu with only one stirring after adding soy milk to nigari. The first picture with tofu shows tofu formed in a small clay container without any draining of liquid whey. The other two lower pictures show tofu formed in rectangular container and allowed to drain and refrigerated to form up.

Ingredients:
1 1/4 cups soybeans
800 ml water
7 ml liquid nigari

Directions:
1. Have ready liquid measuring cup that has ml numbers and a small metric dropper (I use a dropper for measuring liquid medication for this purpose).

2. Soak dry beans in 6 cups water for at least 12 hours. Drain beans. You want to get approximately 400 grams of soaked beans. You may have leftover beans after measuring. Use extra beans for other use.

3. Divide the 400 gram beans in half. Divide 800 ml water in half.

4. Using a blender, blend the 200 gram beans with 400 ml water until very smooth, about 2-3 minutes. Put this in non-stick pot. Repeat with remaining 200 gram beans and 400 ml water.

5. Let the mixture come to boil stirring frequently and as soon as it comes to boil, turn down the heat to simmer. Cook, stirring frequently for 2-3 minutes. Make sure it does not burn.

6. Using a colander and a large bowl, line the colander with heavy duty cheesecloth, muslin, or cotton cloth large enough to completely cover the colander.

7. Pour in the soy milk mixture and twist close the cheesecloth, muslin, or cotton cloth. Squeeze the milk out. I use a can to help squeeze the milk out.

8. Use leftover solids or okara for other use.

9. Measure the milk. You want to have 700 ml soy milk. If not enough, add some hot water through the okara again to get 700 ml soy milk.

10. Put soy milk back into a large non-stick pot and heat until the mixture comes to 75 C or 80°C.

11. At the table (if you are serving this at table side), have ready a container approximately 5-6 inches x 4-5 inches and 4-5 inches depth. Basically you can use any small container that will be big enough to hold the milk, but not too big that tofu will not form up. You can also use round, square or oblong containers.

12. Put in 7 ml liquid nigari into the container ready for tofu. I use a liquid medicine dropper for this purpose since I do not have anything small enough to measure 7 ml.

13. Pour or dump in hot soy milk into the container with nigari. No stirring is necessary. The act of pouring in soy milk stirs the nigari enough to form the tofu. Wait 3 to 5 minutes for tofu to form.

14. You can either eat immediately or refrigerate for later use. See my description above.
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Old 04-20-2009 , 06:49 PM     babynotlove est dconnect  search   Quote  
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Babynotlove .......nhà hỏng còn cái hộp đó rùi ....mai mốt đi nha, sorry :([/QUOTE]

hehe
Chừng nào chị làm thì chỉ BB là được hà chị. Vì cái món này em ăn mỗi 2 tuần 1 lần
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Old 04-21-2009 , 09:42 AM     maihoa est dconnect  search   Quote  
Cam on Hoa Khoi nhieu nhe! minh thay co ve hoi kho vi minh co muoi nigari dang kho (giong muoi bot vay). De minh thu va neu thanh cong thi chia se lai.
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Old 04-21-2009 , 10:03 AM     snows est dconnect  search   Quote  
Hôm bữa snows thấy bên chùa có chị nào chỉ làm tàu hủ nước dường bằng đậu nành xay ra với knox gelaten cái đó cũng hay đó không cần thạch cao mà lại dễ nữa
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