Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Tofu??? - Video Recipe

It is a cheesecake ;)
I once served this as a side dish then my darling was like O_o lol

Not only for fun but perfect for April Fools' Day prank!


Difficulty: medium
Time: 20min + cooling time
Number of servings: 3-4

Necessary Equipment:
electric mixer

NOTE: Ingredients are listed in both American and metric measurements. However, please use a kitchen scale (metric measurements) to get a perfect result.

100g (1/2 cup) cream cheese *room temperature
1 tbsp. sugar
200ml soymilk (you can use milk)
* 5g (1/2 tbsp.) unflavored granular gelatin
* 2 tbsp. water
* 1 egg white
* 1 tbsp. sugar
Kuromitsu (brown sugar syrup)

1. In a bowl, mix softened cream cheese, sugar, and soymilk (add little by little) with an electric mixer. The mixture does not have to be perfectly smooth.
2. Put A in a small bowl, let sit for 5 minutes until gelatin is soaked. Powder gelatin soaks fast, so mix water right before you use.
3. Put 1 in a large pot and heat until smooth. Reduce to low heat, add gelatin and mix until completely dissolved. (DO NOT Boil) Then put in a bowl and leave to cool.
4. Whip one egg white and sugar until they form soft peaks.
5. Add whipped egg white in the cream cheese mixture and gently fold in with a spatula until smooth.
6. Pour the mixture in a Tofu container (or any container) and cool in the fridge for about an hour.
7. Remove from the container and cut like you serve Tofu. Top with brown sugar syrup to look like soy sauce.


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  1. i love the flavour of luo han guo! my mum uses it to sweeten a sweet soup dessert with grated winter melon and dried logans (dragon eyes).

    i made a creme caramel like dessert before using silken tofu, maple syrup and agar powder haha. was interesting, but my dad didn't like it :P

  2. I love this recipe! There isn't lakanto in the u.s. yet but I buy it when in Japan.

  3. hi grub,

    oh, you have tried the fruit before?! i never!!! is your mom chinese?! sounds like she knows really well!!!

    your dad is a sweets lover?! maybe it was too healthy (light) for him. sounds great for me, though!

  4. hi reina,

    thanks :D i hope you find it!

  5. he actually has diabetes so he doesn't eat them much. but i cook dinner once a week and he has to eat it xD

    my mum is malaysian-chinese and my dad is vietnamese-chinese

  6. hi grub,

    how nice you cook for your dad that often!!!

    oh, you are such an international girl :D


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