Tofu pudding is a Chinese dessert made from coagulated soy milk. Many different asian countries eat this, and all have their variation on it, with Taiwan/Hong Kong/Malaysia/Singapore generally eating it sweet with syrup and Northen China/Sichuan eating it savory with soy sauce or chili oil. Regardless of how you eat it, it has a very smooth silky texture and is deliiiicious.
I don’t understand why it’s called DouHua (Mandarin) if it’s made from soy milk, because it’s definitely not tofu. I guess it’s more describing the texture? Anyways.. I persuaded my mom to make this since it’s what I remember eating to cool down during the summer, along with icyplates. Mmmmmyum.
I’ve copied and pasted the recipe my mom used, with my English translations beneath. read more