我家是客家人，难怪爱吃酿豆腐 ! 🙂
Since today is Sunday, which is our day off for our family business, my father took me to Petaling Street in the morning. Petaling Street is also referred as Chinatown by tourists. We spent lots of times there during our childhood, hence my father likes to take me there when I come home.
There are a few food stalls in Petaling Street are our favourites. This morning, I suggested to have our breakfast at the famous deep fried tofu stall in a small lane in Petaling Street.
This type of deep fried tofu is quite special. The tofu is stuffed with very tasty pork mince paste. We also called this type of tofu, Yoong Tau Foo. I always thought that Yoong Tau Foo was a Malaysian Chinese’s specialty and I won’t be able to find it anywhere else. Not only till today after I googled it online, I realised it was originated from Hakka people (one ethic group amongst Chinese) in China. My family is Hakka origin and no wonder we love Yoong Tau Foo ! 🙂
The business of the Yoong Tau Foo stall was really good !
Tofu, fish balls, chillies etc were quickly deep fried in these huge woks before serving.
Workers were very busy with stuffing the special pork mince paste into tofu.