Saturday, November 19, 2011

Pickled Potherb Mustard and Minced Turkey Tofu

I made a simple Pickled Potherb Mustard and Minced Turkey not long ago, I normally make a big box of it, and keep in the fridge, it could be easily turned into simple dishes such as this one here with tofu, it goes very well with con-gee, and rice.

For the pickled mustard and minced meat:
300-350 gm of minced meat (I used turkey)
1 packet/350 gm of pickled potherb mustard 
2 star anise
1 tsp shredded ginger
1 tsp Sichuan pepper powder
1 tbsp Chilli powder (Optional)

1 box of silken tofu, any brand

Cut tofu into small pieces, stir fry it with a little oil, break it using spatula into small pieces. 

Add 1/2 cup of cooked pickled mustard minced meat, continue cooking for 5 minutes, and it is done! If you like it saltier, add some soy sauce or salt.

Simple and tasty...

中文版,For Chinese, Click --> 雪菜肉末豆腐


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  3. Hi, am not familiar with pickled potherb mustard. Do you have picture to share, tks

    1. Here is the picture of the pickled potherb mustard

  4. Tks!! Hope I can find this where I live