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Tuesday, 14 April 2015

STUFFED TOFU FOR LUNCH AT JALAN JELAPANG.

I have heard of Jelapang's tasty stuffed tofu and it was only recently that I get to taste these tofu and I love them. These tofu really tasted and smelled so fresh. Here the tofu are freshly prepared behind the shop.  When the tofu are prepared, the tofu are then stuffed and brought out to the front stall to be sold.  So these tofu rightly home made and cooked tofu.

Today, we went back to Coffee Shop Seen Yoon, No. 778, Jalan Jelapang for lunch. This shop is 3 shops away from Restoran Seong Seng which is popular for its rojak. The shop opens for breakfast and lunch.
We didn't order any noodle, we only took ingredients. 2 pieces each of stuffed white and fried tofu and 1 big piece of plain fried tofu cut into four pieces.

And we also ordered some fried stuffed ingredients.

The shop opens for breakfast and lunch.

In front of the shop, these soy beans are spread out to sun on the ground.

A busy lunch hour with some eating in and some taking away the food.

Everything that lives and moves will be food for you.

Just as I gave you the green plants, I now give you everything.

(Genesis 9:3, New International Version-NIV)

24 comments:

  1. Look at all those soybeans! I am thinking it shows how fresh their ingredients are.

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  2. Hello greetings and good wishes.

    Lovely photos of delicious food.

    Soya beans looked brown in the photo but I always thought soya beans were white.

    Best wishes

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    1. Greetings & best wishes to you too. Soya beans are brown, the milk will be white.

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  3. Wow, they really make those tofu fresh from those soy beans. Must be very tasty!

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    1. very, very tasty. I love the taste and the smell of the fresh tofu.

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  4. I used to eat a lot of tofu but now I'm not allowed to eat anything with soy in it so because it contain estrogen so I'm content to just look at the food. I have to read every labels on the prepared food I buy and there's soy or soy by-products in just about everything we buy.

    JB

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    1. Oh I see. Yes, it is better to be careful when buying foodstuff.

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  5. How wonderful, Nancy, it all looks delicious and fresh.

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  6. How cool is that? Something I haven't seen.

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    1. Our here tofu is one of our popular food rich in protein.

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  7. Wow fried stuff looks delicious

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  8. Tofu looks great. I have been slowly moving toward a healthy diet. Tofu are one of those foods I have not tired yet.

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    1. You should give it a try, and I hope you will like it.

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  9. I spot the 'sar kok' fried thing that I like in pic no.4. Somehow can't get that in KL.

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    1. Ha ha..it caught your attention! I love it too. This is good.

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  10. Nancy, I like to eat stuffed tofu and all those deep fried items. So yummy!

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    1. Ha ha...yes! we both have the same liking. Yums!

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  11. I have never tried tofu... the soy beans are just amazing..have a great day!

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    1. Hi Eileen. thank you and wishing you a great day too.

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