Sunday, April 8, 2012

Air Fried Sweet Tau Kee (Air-Fryer Recipe)



I like to have crispy fried tau kee served with take away economy fried bee hoon. I haven't made any deep fried tau kee at home before. With the air-fryer at home, I attempted to make this air-fried tau kee. It is so easy. It can be ready in less than 10 minutes. The result was not a failure, but the texture was not 100% satisfying. It's harder compared to the deep-fried version.

Steps:
1. Cut sweetened bean curd sheet (tau kee), into sticks. 
2. Mix it up with 1 tbsp of cooking oil. Remark: I used 4 pieces of sweetened bean curd sheet.
3. Air fry the sweet tau kee for 7 minutes under 170 def C. 
4. Leave it cool and keep in air-tight container.

8 comments:

daphne said...

I wouldnt have thought you could do this at home little inbox! That fryer is really useful!

Ann@Anncoo Journal said...

I've only used my Air-Fryer a few times. Must check on your post recipes for Air-fryer. Thanks you for sharing :)

Ellena | Cuisine Paradise said...

Wow~ Interesting! I have not got my Air-Fryer yet! It seems to be a wonderful kitchen gadget too!

My Little Space said...

I've heard that air-fryer is a perfect machine for deep fry chicken & french fries. Btw, where did you get those thick tau kee? Haven't seen them for ages.
Hope you're having a great week ahead.
Kristy

Priya said...

Looks interesting..

tigerfish said...

I like crispy sweet tau kee too. I usually see them in Yong Tau Foo and vegetarian bee hoon.

Rauf Arshad said...

its crispy

kitchen flavours said...

I love tau kee too! You are right, they are delicious with 'keng chai mai fan" !! :)

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