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Chinese Style Ground Pork and Tofu

Rated as 3.79 out of 5 Stars
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"My grandmother's traditional recipe. This is what I cook when I want something quick and satisfying. It's my husband's favorite. If you like spicy Chinese food, you'll love this! Serve it over jasmine rice."
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Ingredients

30 m servings 313
Original recipe yields 6 servings

Directions

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  1. Cook garlic in the olive oil over medium-high heat in a large saucepan until lightly browned and fragrant. Add the ground pork and brown, stirring frequently to break it up. Stir in the tofu, reduce the heat to medium, and cook to reheat, stirring occasionally, about three minutes. Season with black bean sauce, soy sauce, sherry, and green onions.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 313 calories; 21.3 7.1 24.8 49 201 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

If you want this more flavorful, marinate the pork first with rice wine, white pepper, corn starch and tiny bit of soy sauce. You can also combine sweet bean sauce with spicy bean sauce.

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My husband and I went very impressed by this dish. It did not taste bad but there wasn't anything in it to really make it stand out. My husband added some chinese five spice to his portion a...

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If you want this more flavorful, marinate the pork first with rice wine, white pepper, corn starch and tiny bit of soy sauce. You can also combine sweet bean sauce with spicy bean sauce.

I really enjoyed the simplicity of this dish. I couldn't find spicy bean sauce, so I used garlic bean sauce and lots of crushed red pepper.

I've modified this dish to make a MaPau Pork/Tofu dish which I loved from restaurants in Singapore. Came out well. Doubled quantity of black bean sauce, used beer instead of sherry, added an equ...

My husband and I went very impressed by this dish. It did not taste bad but there wasn't anything in it to really make it stand out. My husband added some chinese five spice to his portion a...

Not bad with the black bean sauce. This was similar to the Ma Po Dofu that my mom used to make - a favourite of my brother's! Instead of black bean, we always used spicy red chili garlic paste, ...

This was good. I had to do a little substuting. Used garlic chile sauce for the black bean sauce. I also added a half teaspoon cornstarch to help the sauce "stick". I didn't have green onion...

Didn't have all the ingredients so I made a similar recipe for dinner. It was good & filling. Very easy & customizable to whatever you have on hand. Browned the pork with oyster sauce, garlic p...

I couldn't find the spicy black bean sauce so, I just used garlic black bean sauce and added some Thai chilis for the spice. This came out just okay for us. It didn't taste bad, we just think it...

Tasty and very fast. I added some broccoli and added the tofu at the end so the cubes wouldnt get all mushy with stirring for the three minutes. Next time I'd add water chestnuts