Cold Kimchi Tofu
This can be a great side dish for three, or a super healthy lunch just for you! Either way the kimchi adds a kick to the tofu that keeps things interesting, along with a good bite from the raw leek! I thought it would be fun to serve this alongside soy beans just to give an idea of how far the tofu has come :)
- Tofu (1 large pack or 3 minis)
- Kimchi (1/2 cup)
- Leek (or Green Onion) (4-6 inches)
- Ponzu or Soy Sauce (2-3 Tbsp)
That's what your ingredients should look like.
*7-11's in Japan sell all sorts of great things, tofu included!
Start by slicing up your leek or green onions.
*If you're worried about the leek being "spicy" after cutting put it in some ice water for a few minutes.
Drain your tofu of water and then plate it, then top with kimchi, and then the leek.
*If you bought a large block of tofu slice it into 3 pieces after draining.
Get out your Ponzu or soy sauce and give each plate a drizzle right on top of the leek.
*Ponzu is very similar to soy sauce, with some subtle differences, feel free to substitute with soy sauce :)
All finished in a few minutes!
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