Hot and Spicy Tofu and Beef

Hot and Spicy Tofu and Beef created by WaterMelon

Szechuan-style stir-fried tofu with ground beef. You can adjust the spicy-ness scale by substituting chilli sauce with ketchup and add more/less chilli flakes.

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  • Combine soy sauce, sherry, chilli sauce, sugar and oyster sauce; stir. Marinate tofu cubes in the sauce ingredients for 15mins or more.
  • Sprinkle ground beef with salt and pepper.
  • Heat oil in wok, stir fry onions, garlic and ginger until fragrant. Add dried chilli and scallion bottoms, stir fry for 1 minute.
  • Add seasoned ground beef and continue to stir fry until browned.
  • Add tofu and sauce, combine well. Let simmer 1-2mins.
  • Add chilli flakes, if you like it really spicy!
  • Add cornstarch mixture, stir fry until sauce thicken.
  • Garnish with chopped scallion greens, and serve with jasmine rice.
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"Szechuan-style stir-fried tofu with ground beef. You can adjust the spicy-ness scale by substituting chilli sauce with ketchup and add more/less chilli flakes."

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  1. luv_cats
    Hot and Spicy Tofu and Beef Created by luv_cats
  2. luv_cats
    This is my first try of WaterMelon's recipes. My husband ate it and loved it. He ate the leftovers again for lunch today. He is Russian, so obviously this recipe crosses borders. I didn't make it as spicy because he can't take the spice. Also, I didn't have oyster sauce or sherry, but it seems to have turned out pretty well anyway. Also, WaterMelon just want to let you know that I love your food photos.
  3. Gianni 23
    That was absolutely delicious. I've tried a few of your recipes, and each has been better than the last. Thank you!
  4. 902022
    this was really great and I had all the ingredients on hand. The siracha sauce is a must, don't try ketchup! Will make it again. My asian husband loved it!
  5. Daydream
    I made this to use up some left-over tofu. Very tasty, but I would prefer it a little more "saucy" - just personal taste. I used sambal oelek (I'm not so keen on sweet chili sauce) and omitted the cornflour. Served it with rice. This would also be great with noodles. Thanks for posting - I'll make this again.
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