Homemade Non-Deep Fried Atsuage

Homemade Non-Deep Fried Atsuage

That's right, these aren't deep-fried, they're pan-fried!
They're cheap, he=althy, and fresh!
You can use them in cooking, but they even taste delicious as is.


1 block
Vegetable oil
as needed


1. Drrain the tofu. I referred to Recipe ID: 508276
2. Heat oil in a frying pan. Dry the tofu with a paper towel and place in the pan. Pan-fry both sides over medium-low heat for 4 minutes. It's convenient if you use a rectangular pan.
3. Remove from the pan and slice into pieces appropriate for cooking whatever dish you will be making. Return to the frying pan and pan-fry the uncooked sides for 3-4 minutes. Be careful not to burn yourself!

Story Behind this Recipe

I was trying to make fried tofu, but it somehow turned into atsuage!