Tofu, also called bean curd, is a food made by coagulating soy juice and then pressing the resulting curds into soft white blocks. It is a component in many Chinese food. Here the dried tofu used is an extra firm variety of tofu where a large amount of liquid has been pressed out of the tofu. It contains the least amount of moisture of all fresh tofu and has the firmness of fully cooked meat and a somewhat rubbery feel similar to that of paneer. When sliced thinly, this tofu can be crumbled easily.
400g side pork; 150g green peppers; 1 piece of dried tofu; 1 tbsp oil; salt to taste; light soy sauce to taste; 4 cloves of garlic
1. Get dried tofu and green peppers cleaned and prepared. Wash and clean side pork, cut side pork into fine sections, and salt it for a while.
2. Add oil into a wok and heat the wok, then add side pork into the wok and fry. Slice green peppers and dried tofu into fine stripes.
3. Fry side pork until the smell. Add green peppers and dried tofu into the wok. Then add some light soy sauce and stir fry on high temperature for a while.
4. Chop garlic cloves and add them into the wok before placing the dish onto a plate. Serve.