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Korean-Style Chilled Tofu with Versatile Korean Seasoning

Korean-Style Chilled Tofu with Versatile Korean Seasoning

The sauce introduced here also goes well with bibin naeng myun (spicy cold noodles) It comes in handy if you have some versatile Korean seasoning on hand. It can be stored for a long time You can use it for anything! Just pour it over tofu to whip up an authentic-tasting Korean dish!

Ingredients: 1 serving

Silken or firm tofu
1 small pack (150 g)
Korean dried nori seaweed
as needed (pre-cut nori: 2-3 sheets)
Daikon radish sprouts
as needed (1/4 pack)
Chopped green onions or chives
as needed
☆Korean seasoning (Recipe ID: 1522567)
2/3+ ~ tablespoon (to your liking)
(Refer to Step 2 to make a small amount of the Korean seasoning.)

Steps

1. Korean versatile seasoning】(Recipe ID: 1522567) It makes a perfect amount for a 500 ml jar. It can be stored for a long time, so it's quite convenient. Please refer to the recipe.
2. If preparing just a small amount of the Korean seasoning, use 2 tablespoons of gochujang Korean hot pepper paste, 1 teaspoon of grated garlic, 1 tablespoon each of soy sauce, sugar, and vinegar, and 1/2 tablespoon of sesame oil.
3. Mix the Step 2 ingredients well.
4. Sprinkle daikon radish sprouts on top of the tofu, and pour on the Korean dressing. Sprinkle with chopped green onions, and you're done.

Story Behind this Recipe

This is one of my recipes that uses a really versatile Korean seasoning, which I always have on hand.