I was making an appetizer with some Japanese style ingredients and wanted to make a tasty base for them that had Japanese inspired elements, was crunchy, easy to eat as finger food, but was firm enough to stand up to a pile of ingredients. I have been making some "cheat" bagels with no yeast...
This is a vegan banchan/side - or a main.
"Dubu” is Korean for “tofu”.
Generally served as a banchan (side), you can also make this as a main protein dish, which is what I did today.
Browning the tofu.
Source for this recipe:
Dubu Jorim (Braised tofu) Recipe – Korean Bapsang
Serves 4, Preparation 10 mins, Cooking 15 mins
Bacon rashers/strips, to taste
Sesame seeds, to taste
Fresh Rosemary, 1 sprig
Black Pepper, a pinch
EVOO – Extra Virgin Oilve Oil, a drizzle
Toast the sesame seeds for a few minutes in a saucepan without adding oil or other...
500 g flour
1 cup luke warm water (250 ml)
2 tsp instant yeast
1 tsp sugar
2 tsp salt
½ cup grape molasses (alternatively pomegranate or maple syrup)
½ cup water
1 tsp flour (to thicken the molasses)
150 g sesame seeds