Thursday, September 16, 2010

Food Trip Friday--- Kinchaku ( Egg Stuffed In Fried Tofu Pouch )

During our stay at my PIL's home last weekend, we harvested summer veggies at their farm together with my kids and by the time we have to leave and be home at the apartment, Okibachan ( Great Grandmother ) gave us a plentiful veggies fresh from her garden like of these pumpkins. I love serving hot or cold pumpkin soup for my family and some other pumpkin dishes and this time I made a meatless pumpkin dish for them--so healthy, easy to make and of course ' magaan sa bulsa ' ^_^

---Pumpkins were cut into one bite pieces, eggs were stuffed inside the aburage ( fried tofu skin, cut into halves, one egg per pouch) and tied off with a toothpick and was set in a mild brine of dashi then simmer until the pumpkins are half cooked-------Take off the toothpick, cut egg pouches into halves, arrange platter and top boiled green beans---
---Kinchaku, Egg Stuffed in Fried Tofu Pouch---

An entry for Food Trip Friday. Chibugan na!!\(^0^)/

24 comments:

Luna Miranda said...

what an interesting dish! a curious combination--tofu and pumpkin. mukhang magugustuhan to ng nanay ko.:p

Newlyweds said...

thanks ate, id love to try that! hubby will definitely love that...

Dee said...

One of a kind! First time for me to see this kind of dish. I'm learning a lot! :)

bonz said...

yes, an interesting dish indeed! a healthy dish too.
thanks for dropping by my post.

Gizelle said...

:O You always have healthy food here! I'm not much into tofu but aburage is one I'd like to try along with anything I can put in! Haays....sana matry ko naman yan.

Vernz said...

OMG, clang para siyang purse talaga.. hehehe aliw ako... which reminds me.. mag-enroll na talaga ako ng cooking... hahaha... especialty.. purse tufo ... ahahaha.. salamat pala sa pasyal.. sa entry ko.

Madz said...

I'd never thought squash and tofu would go well together, but looks like it does. :)

Jay - agent112778 said...

nakaka intriga yung tofu pouch, pag ako ang magluluto nyan for sure sira ang pouches

as for me, this is my entry

FoodTripFriday said...

Galing! Another interesting food from you of course!
Happy Weekend!!!!

Cecile said...

Clang, this dish looks yummy...i love all the ingredients here....the tofu and kalabasa....yum...

Guiltless Grub said...

so healthy, though am not that much of fun before but I'm learning to like it now.

Girlie said...

oh, japanese food is not only healthy, they're always served pretty too! Happy weekend!

Bambie dear ★ said...

my gosh..ang sarap mo rin siguro maging kapitbahay, sana magkalapit lang tayo para naman paminsan makikain ako sa inyo. ANg saya saya naman sa inyo, im loving inaka style. So healthy living. Ganyang lifestyle ang pangarap ni hubby. Sana someday, kami din ganyan.

wenn said...

would try the egg in the tofu!

carinamodella said...

this really looks delicious!

chubskulit said...

wahhhh nakakagutom hehehe

eden said...

Sarap naman nyan.. Looks like it is easy to prepare too.

anne said...

My first time this dish so unique girl, uhmmm pumpkin uhmm uhmm

Dhemz said...

wow! pretty nifty kau mamiClang....as in d jud ko kag tuo...ehehehe...halaka no...ehhehehe....naa padiha kay motilaw ko...lol!

kimmy said...

wow!simply yummy!

Mel Cole of PA, USA said...

Mmm, ang sarap naman nyan. Never pa ako naka-cook nang tofu.

imriz said...

i'm gonna have to try this dish. the stuffed tofu looks divine:)

Kero said...

gaaawd! I am drooling over that Kinchaku!..yummy!!

anney said...

Ang cute namn tingnan ng aburage na yan! sana meron din nyan dito. makatingin nga pag nagpunta kami ng japanese store.

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