Recipe Steamed Tofu & Fish Paste with Philips Pressure Cooker

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Steamed Tofu & Fish Paste with Philips Pressure Cooker

I just love indulging a simple and yet delicious steamed beancurd and fish paste topped with lots of chopped scallion and fried onion and shallot oil and a splash of premium soya sauce. I had a similar dish for lunch somewhere hidden in Pudu and it was not cheap and the portion felt short. My craving started there and I decided to make it while dining in. It was simple and easy, while fried garlic, fried shallot and shallot oil can be done in advance.

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Beancurd and Fish Paste

Ingredients
(for2-3pax)
8 Tablespoon Fish Paste
1 box of Soft Beancurd (cubed)
a bit of Scallion (chopped)
2 cloves Garlic (chopped)
3 Shallot (Sliced)
2 Tablespoon Oil
2 Tablespoon Premium Soya Sauce
a pinch of White Pepper

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Philips Pressure Cooker

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Placing the Dish into the Pressure Cooker

Method
Pan fried the garlic & shallot till golden brown.
Place the fish paste and beancurd on the serving place.
Add 1/2 cup of water into the pressure pot
Place the metal stand into the pressure pot
Place the dish into the pressure pot.
Close and lock the pressure cooker cover.
Set to 20KPT Steam Mode
Once done, take the dish out and drain out the excess water.
Top the dish with fried garlic, shallot and shallot oil then the scallion.
Add in the premium soya sauce and a pinch of white pepper.
Serve while it is still warm.

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Ready for Dinner

The steamed beancurd and fish paste was superb in taste and texture, soft silky tofu and smooth fish paste with light biting texture can truly tease any punters taste buds. I was intrigued by its simplicity and the affordability as it easily cost less than RM5(USD1.50) but most important I had a great cooking time and enjoy indulging it. Gorgeous!

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