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Tofu + Hundred Year Egg

Posted on: November 9, 2009

This is something my mom used to always make Saturday mornings to be eaten with porridge.


  • 1 container of firm tofu
  • 1 box of 6 hundred year eggs (or use fewer eggs if you don’t like them very much)
  • sugar
  • soy sauce
  • sesame oil


  1. Chop tofu into cubes. I usually cut it into about 20 pieces.
  2. Peel eggs and chop into small pieces. The smaller the pieces are, the less egg you’ll get in any one bite. This is a good thing, unless you really really love hundred year eggs.
  3. Put tofu and egg into a large bowl and sprinkle sugar liberally over everything.
  4. Pour enough soy sauce over the tofu/egg/sugar mixture so that everything’s covered and there’s a small puddle of soy sauce underneath.
  5. Add a splash of sesame oil.
  6. Stir the ingredients together, but stop before you squish all the tofu and eggs.

It’s pungent! But with enough sugar and soy sauce you can kind of drown it out.

1 Response to "Tofu + Hundred Year Egg"

This is like my favorite breakfast dish ever :-)

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