Chinese Vegetarian Recipe: How to make Gong Li's favorite spinach tofu under the red lantern

2019-04-30 Food&Drink No comment

There are many Chinese vegetarian recipes. The film became more popular after the Gong Li movie "The Red Lantern Hangs High". In the movie, Gong Li plays a 19-year-old girl who married an elderly rich man. This man already has three wives, so Gong Li is the No. 4 wife. At the table, she couldn't see anything to eat for the first time because she was a vegetarian. She told the servant that I don't eat meat. Can you give me some spinach tofu? As the newest and favorite wife, the servant obeyed her request and made this dish for her. This is a Chinese style recipe for spinach tofu. It takes about 15 minutes from start to finish.

This is a quick recipe, so prepare all the ingredients before you start.

1 lb of fresh spinach, thoroughly washed and dried with spinach. Remove any tough stems.

1/2 lb. nut tofu cut into 1/2 inch cubes

2 tablespoons peanut oil

1 tbsp rice wine

1 clove of minced garlic

1/2 teaspoon salt

This dish is best done in a wok. Place the pot at moderate heat. When you see it starting to smoke, add peanut oil and minced garlic. Stir for a while, then add spinach and salt and continue stirring for about 1 minute until the spinach is withered.

Then gently add tofu and sprinkle with rice wine. Cook for another minute, so that the tofu can be thoroughly heated. Service now. This Chinese vegetarian recipe is enough.

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