Easy Chinese Legume Recipes

Legumes in Chinese cuisine are mostly used to make soy milk and tofu and as a sweet ingredient (e.g. red bean paste), though green peas, snow peas and green beans are enjoyed in all sorts of savory contexts. You will also find creative recipes that season legumes with Chinese flavor, such as this Chinese style lentil soup.

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The Ultimate Guide to Making Douhua (Tofu Pudding)

This ultimate guide to making tofu pudding (doubua / uncurdled soft tofu) explains how to use different coagulants and their results. The post includes recipes for using GLD, gypsum, gelatin, and agar agar and covers the methods and results using nigari and citrus. Look no further if you want…
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