Monday, May 26, 2008

Durian Tofu Dessert

Durian

Durian Tofu Dessert
Ah, Durian Tofu Dessert. Durian is a popular fruit here. I just grab a pack of normal quality durian from the supermarket and make this dessert.

Preparation: 8 minutes

Ingredients (serves 2)
° 1 pack silken tofu (300g)
° 100g-150g durian, deseeded
° sugar to taste

Method
1. Combine all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth and creamy.
2. Serve chilled.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi, you have a great vegetarian blog. Keep the recipes coming.

Oh and you're right. Cooking is therapeutic.

Kudos

Crystal @ Blog*Spot said...

Hi anonymous

Thank you :) Oh :) ha..ha..ha.., fuel is running low, wish that more other could have more vegetarian/vegan recipes to share.

I think that there are still a lot more of stuff we have discover in vegetarian/vegan cooking.

Have a lovely day. Cheers :)

Rei's Vegeland said...

Wow crystal, your blog looks so much nicer now than when you first started. The pictures are well taken and look so yummy!! I am so gonna try this recipe, It looks so easy and delicious.

Crystal @ Blog*Spot said...

Hi Rei Vegland

Thank you :) I was too lazy when I started.

You have a lovely blog too, your blog is one of the factors that trigger me to post my recipes.

Cheers

~Rei's Veggie Land~ said...

Wow, Thanks for saying that. You just made my day!:) Hahaha.. Now you inspire me to go and revamp my blog , I got a shock when i went to my blog yesterday, my last posted recipe was 29 May 2007. 1 yr never post liao ~faints~ >.<"

Halimah said...

Hi crystal,

tofu is a godsend for us to help make pudding. Actually you can make a delicious choc mousse of just melting some non-diary choc with hot soy milk and blending it together with silken tofu and some sugar. Very delicious and creamy.

Sunny said...

Hi Crystal,
I need your help to reproduce this dish : Spicy Bean Curb
http://vegefoodhunt.blogspot.com/2008/02/china-local-delights.html.

It is smoother than local Touhua so I think can use the silken tofu?
The chilli, very important...

Thanks:-)

Crystal @ Blog*Spot said...

Hi Sunny

A quick solution. You tasted Jollibean Beancurd dessert before? Or Mr Bean sell beancurd dessert? Is that smoothness ok? If yes, buy without anything add to it.

Next, need to find the Spicy Sauce in glass bottle, need to source around.

What next, I guess is to add fragrant oil and the spicy sauce, condiments to the beancurd.

Silken tofu, not that sure. Unless we can made the beancurd ourself, which i don't have the recipe.

In fact, the veg eateries here can easily recreate this. Is Lao Di Fang's tofu smoothness enough? I heard is smooth, the sauce, they could find easily.

Cheers :)

Crystal @ Blog*Spot said...

Hi Halimah

Thanks for this recipe :) The last time i tried, it didn't add soymilk and my mistake i blend them together, it get a little lumpy. Now, i know why. Thanks.

Cheers : )

Sunny said...

Hi Crystal,
Thanks, no, I did not try the 2 you mentioned bf but this morning as your advice, I asked for a plain beancurb from a local soya drink stall with long queue.
Abit disappointed as the beancurb not as smooth as I remembered. I added my favourite belachan chilli, (more of the chilli oil portion), abit of light soy sauce & even without sesame oil, it already tasted nice, but too bad cannot recreate the "麻" portion or else it will taste even better...
Nevertheless, I will consider it a success & will have to find a smoother beancurb to improve it further...
Cheers :-)

Crystal @ Blog*Spot said...

Hi Sunny :)

I went to have Jollibean beancurd this afternoon, smoothness, no problem, very smooth. Maybe, you can try.

The "麻" portion, need to get Ma La sauce. U put up what you tried in your blog?

I remember Mr Bean (just can't remember they got beancurd or not), they are constantly creating new stuff, maybe they might create this.

Cheers :)

dreamy said...

I do hope Mr Bean see this recipe and use it, and hopefully not come up with some dairy products to add in it :D

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