Tahu goreng

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Tahu goreng (Indonesian spelling) or Tauhu goreng (Malaysian and Singaporean spelling) is a dish of fried tofu commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.wikipedia
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Tofu

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Tahu goreng (Indonesian spelling) or Tauhu goreng (Malaysian and Singaporean spelling) is a dish of fried tofu commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.
Tahu goreng, tahu isi and tahu sumedang are popular fried tofu snacks.

Fritter

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Tahu isi: (lit: filled tofu), probably the most popular variant of tahu goreng in Indonesia, tofu filled with bean sprouts, carrots and sometimes minced meat is battered and deep fried. It is commonly found in gorengan (Indonesian fritters) vendors. Commonly eaten with cabai rawit (bird's eye chili).
Various kinds of ingredients are battered and deep fried such as pisang goreng (banana fritter), tempeh, mendoan, tahu goreng (fried tofu), oncom, sweet potato, cassava chunk, cassava tapai, cireng (tapioca fritters), bakwan (flour with chopped vegetables) and breadfruit.

Tahu campur

Tahu campur: (lit: mixed tofu), with beef slices, vegetables, beansprouts, and noodles or rice vermicelli, served in thin broth. The dish is common in East Javan cities, such as Malang, Surabaya, and Lamongan.
The dish consists of sliced tahu goreng (fried tofu), lontong (rice cakes), lentho (fried black-eyed pea patty) or sometimes replaced by perkedel (potato or cassava patty cakes), fresh bean sprouts, fresh lettuce, yellow noodles, and krupuk crackers, served in savoury beef stew, garnished with fried onions, and sambal chili sauce.

Tahu gejrot

Tahu gejrot: fried tofu in hot sweet and sour thin sauce with shallots and chilies, originated from Cirebon city, West Java.
Tahu gejrot consists of tahu pong, a type of hollow tahu goreng (fried tofu) cut into small pieces.

Sweet soy sauce

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In Indonesia, tahu goreng is usually eaten with sambal kecap a kind of sambal hot condiment made from kecap manis (sweet soy sauce) and chopped chili peppers and shallots.
Sweet soy sauce is also a popular dipping sauce, mixed with chopped shallot and bird's eye chili and served as dipping sauce to accompany tahu goreng (fried tofu).

Malaysian cuisine

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A popular way of serving fried tofu on its own is a salad with bean sprouts, shredded cucumber and spring onions, covered in a thick sweet and spicy dressing and dusted with roasted ground peanuts.

Ketupat

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Kupat tahu: (lit: ketupat with tofu), ketupat rice cake, beansprout, served in thick sweet and spicy peanut sauce, common throughout Java, however the most popular variant came from Kuningan, Magelang, Solo and Surabaya.
Ketupat also used as main ingredient in Sundanese and Javanese dish kupat tahu, which is ketupat, tahu goreng (fried tofu), and bean sprouts served in peanut sauce topped with crispy krupuk crackers.

Indonesian cuisine

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Some popular Indonesian dishes trace its origin to Chinese influences such as; bakmi, bakso, soto mie, soto, bakpau, nasi goreng, mi goreng, tahu goreng, siomay, pempek, lumpia, nasi tim, cap cai, fu yung hai and swikee.

Singaporean cuisine

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Tauhu goreng, fried bean curd with sweet sauce.

List of deep fried foods

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Tahu goreng

Indonesia

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Tahu goreng (Indonesian spelling) or Tauhu goreng (Malaysian and Singaporean spelling) is a dish of fried tofu commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.

Malaysia

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Tahu goreng (Indonesian spelling) or Tauhu goreng (Malaysian and Singaporean spelling) is a dish of fried tofu commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.

Singapore

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Tahu goreng (Indonesian spelling) or Tauhu goreng (Malaysian and Singaporean spelling) is a dish of fried tofu commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.

Sprouting

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Tahu isi: (lit: filled tofu), probably the most popular variant of tahu goreng in Indonesia, tofu filled with bean sprouts, carrots and sometimes minced meat is battered and deep fried. It is commonly found in gorengan (Indonesian fritters) vendors. Commonly eaten with cabai rawit (bird's eye chili). The bean curds are then cut diagonally in half and arranged on a plate garnished with bean sprouts, cucumber and scallion.

Cucumber

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The bean curds are then cut diagonally in half and arranged on a plate garnished with bean sprouts, cucumber and scallion.

Scallion

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The bean curds are then cut diagonally in half and arranged on a plate garnished with bean sprouts, cucumber and scallion.

Shallot

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A thick sauce is prepared with shallots, garlic, chili peppers, shrimp paste, soy sauce and tamarind juice.

Garlic

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A thick sauce is prepared with shallots, garlic, chili peppers, shrimp paste, soy sauce and tamarind juice.

Chili pepper

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In Indonesia, tahu goreng is usually eaten with sambal kecap a kind of sambal hot condiment made from kecap manis (sweet soy sauce) and chopped chili peppers and shallots. A thick sauce is prepared with shallots, garlic, chili peppers, shrimp paste, soy sauce and tamarind juice.

Shrimp

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A thick sauce is prepared with shallots, garlic, chili peppers, shrimp paste, soy sauce and tamarind juice.

Soy sauce

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A thick sauce is prepared with shallots, garlic, chili peppers, shrimp paste, soy sauce and tamarind juice.

Tamarind

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A thick sauce is prepared with shallots, garlic, chili peppers, shrimp paste, soy sauce and tamarind juice.

Indonesian language

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In Indonesian and Malay language; tahu or tauhu refers to 'tofu' and goreng indicates 'fried'.

Malay language

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In Indonesian and Malay language; tahu or tauhu refers to 'tofu' and goreng indicates 'fried'.