Smoked Bean Curd


6 oz. Mashed bean curd

2 oz. Chicken.

4 egg whites.

1 tbsp. Cornstarch dissolved in water.

Salt to taste.

1 tsp.

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Sesame oil To Prepare:

1. Beat the bean curd, chicken, egg whites, cornstarch and salt. Shape the batter into a block and steam for about 10 minutes.

2. Put sawdust of pine tree in a pot over a medium fire. Heat the block in food steamer rested on the pot. Smoke the bean curd until it turns golden brown, remove from fire. Cut the bean curd block to pieces, transfer to a dish, and sprinkle with sesame oil.

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