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AirBaked Japanese Tofu Omelette

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Japanese tofu has always been my favorite tofu, I like the soft and smooth texture that is loaded with eggy taste! But I never enjoy cooking with it because it is too delicate to handle and the deep-frying (oil splattering) is a total turn-off for me.

Then I saw this recipe being shared in a Facebook group and I just cannot believe how easy it is to prepare and Airbaked it in the Philips Airfryer. Thank you Christine Wong for sharing such amazing and yummy recipe.

This dish is definitely a protein-packed and totally wholesome meal because I've added some green leafy vegetable in it - always good to add some greens in your meal! Lol!
AirBaked Japanese Tofu Omelette 

1 Small Japanese Tofu (in tube)
3 Large Eggs
A handful of Coriander (roughly chopped)
A handful of Spring Onion (chopped)
Dash of Soy Sauce (I used Liquid Aminos)
Dash of Sesame Oil
Dash of Ground Cumin
Dash of Ground Coriander
Dash of Ground Black Pepper

Directions:
  • Preheat the Airfryer at 200°C for 5 minutes.
  • Add sesame oil, soy sauce and spices into the egg mixture. Beat well with a fork. 
  • Cut the Japanese tofu into thick slice (1-1.5 cm thick) and lay it on the silicon mold (you can use the regular baking pan). 
  • Add the chopped coriander and spring onion on the sliced Japanese tofu.
     
  • Pour the egg mixture on the sliced tofu.
  • Place the mold/baking tin in the Airfryer and let it AirBake for 8-10 minutes and if the omelette is still not cooked thoroughly AirBake for another 2-3 minutes.
     
  • Once it is done, remove the tofu omelette and garnish with the leftover coriander and spring onion.
     
     

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2 comments

  1. Hi may I know where to get the mould in 4 ?

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    1. Hi Doraemon.
      I bought the mould from a baking store long time ago. I think you should be able to get the similar silicone mould from any baking store as well.

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