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  • 12863 yutaka abura age fried tofu pieces

Yutaka Abura Age Fried Tofu Pieces, 50 g, 2 pieces

Förtär inom 1-2 days

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Delivery to England, Wales, and Parts of Scotland only. Collection only available from Park Royal.
£1,15
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For creating an authentic Japanese dish.

Fresh packet of abura-age, which are puffed fried tofu pieces. Abura-age can be used in a variety of dishes, the most well-known being miso soup or for Inari-style sushi. Other dishes include udon noodle dishes, oden hot-pot, stir-fries. For miso soup, pour boiling water over one of the Abura-age pieces, cut it up into thin strips and add to miso soup.

VARU-ID: #12863

Background

Abura Age is a traditional Japanese food that is made from tofu, which has been deep fried in two stages at two different temperatures. It often appears in miso soup, is the main ingredient for making inarizushi and is also the featured ingredient that gives kitsune udon (fox udon) its name. Naming it ‘kitsune’ derives from the old Japanese legend that foxes have an appetite for deep-fried tofu of course. For more frozen, fresh, and other vegetables commonly utilised in Japanese cuisine, take a look at Japan Centre's Vegetables section.

How To Use

This item will be packed with cool gel and sent using a Nominated Day Delivery. Please consume by the midnight of the Use By Date. Please store in the fridge and do not freeze.

Information

Nutrition

Per 100g:
• Energy: 376kcal
• Protein: 23.4g
• Fat: 30.7g
• Carbohydrate: 1.4g
• Sodium: 0.1g

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13-11-2018
I like the one thicker but there are not available. \nI use it in Miso soup, mixed rice and fried vegetable .
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29-12-2018
You have two kinds of Abura-age. I have not used this yet this time but as far as I remember, the taste is the same, i.e. authentic. The only issue was that it did not open easily to create a pocket to make Fukuro-ni.