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- 1/2 cup silken tofu
- 1 small clove garlic - grated
- 1 small piece tspn of ginger - grated
- 6-8 Tbls besan flour
- 1/2 - 1 cup soy milk ( or oats milk)
- 2 tspn black sesame seeds
- 1 tspn tumeric powder
- 2 Tbls soy sauce
- 1 x pok choy
- 1 tspn asparagus
- 12 slices x firm tofu
- 1 handfull tspn green beens
- 1 tspn white sesame seeds
- 1 tspn black sesame seeds
- 1 cup cooked brown rice or sushi rice
Start with the Omelette!
Add the silken tofu into a bowl and add 1 small gated clove of garlic and 1 generous tbsp of fresh grated Ginger. Whisk to a smooth consistency. Add salt — and also add 6-8 tbsp of Besan Flour and half a cup of Soy Milk. If it should be to thick, add a bit more soy milk. You also can use oats milk or Coconut Quensh.
Whisk again to combine to a smooth consistency.
Add 1-2 tbsp black Sesame seeds, 1tsp of Tumeric and 2 tbsp of Soy Sauce. Combine well and let the dough rest for 15 min.
Before you fry your Omelette, prepare the veggie’s. Leave the Green Beans like they are, only cut off the tops — cut the Pok Joy into 3 equal pieces and leave the asparagus also like it is. — slice the Tofu, spread with a fresh clove of garlic ( peel and half a clove of garlic and simply spread the cut side on the tofu) and salt — and start to heat some Sesame Oil mixed with Sunflower Oil into a frying pan. Add the Omelette dough and fry until golden and crisp from both sides.
When ready, place on a paper towel to get rid of the oil.
Also fry the Tofu from both sides until golden brown and crisp in a separat pan.
Heat a drizzle of Sesame Oil and 3 tbsp of Sunflower oil and add your greens. Leave it on higher heat — add 2 tbsp of white Sesame Seeds (be carefull, haha — they jump like popped corn!), fry and stir constantly and add after 5 min a good splash of Teriyaki sauce. Turn off the heat and start plating.
Start with the omelette and top it with your greens. Sprinkle with the rice place the fried Tofu on the rim of the omelette, sprinkle with some Teriyaki sauce — garnish with pickled Ginger and
Ps: when you want to make your own Teriyaki sauce — mix garlic, ginger, rice malt syrup, soy sauce, lime juice and water.