Yudofu with okra

Yudofu with okra

Yudofu with okra

Yudofu—boiled silken tofu—is one of my most favourite things to eat. Along with rice, it’s definitely my new comfort food. We usually eat it topped with green onions, tofu, ginger, bonito flakes, and soy sauce. But this time we used chopped okra instead of the onions. I love the texture of okra—slippery without being slimy. Yum.

The accompanying soup is miso with green onions, mushrooms, and bean sprouts.

It’s amazing how soft, simple food can restore your sense of perspective after a stressful day. Especially when it is accompanied by a bit of nigori sake… (Even the bottle is pretty!)


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