Friday, February 6, 2015

Peanut Paste ToFuFa

We went for dinner at Sweet Bean, Sri Petaling again. This time I ordered a bowl of peanut paste (warm) mixed with cold Tou Fu Fa (soy bean curd) - MYR4.20 and although it did not look good but I like the soft cold not sweet tofufa taste mixed with the sweet warm peanut taste. However, my spouse did not like it one bit because he says the tofufa is too soft and it felt weird eating it with warm peanut paste. Will you try this dessert?

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  1. I've not tried eating peanut paste mix with tofufa. I can't even imagine what it's like but I am game to try as I love both of them :)

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    1. if you like both of them like me, I guess you will like them mixed together too. :)

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  2. I like tofu fua soft...and with gula Melaka syrup. Wouldn't mind giving this a try. I'm open to new things - like one I had once with red bean (RM3.80):
    https://suituapui.wordpress.com/2014/09/18/something-light/

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    1. Yes, we have those with red beans too.

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  3. This is something new to me but I wouldn't mind giving it a try as long as it is not too sweet. Oh, you mentioned cold tou fo fa? Cold tou fo fa with warm peanut paste? I must try then only know whether I like it or not...

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    1. Yes, cold tofufa with warm fa sang wu. Good that you are game to try.

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  4. Now I'm thinking of black sesame paste, although your post is not about black sesame, hehe..Eh interesting wor this mix, never mixed peanut paste and tofu fa before, should be yummy...

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    1. Eh it's me..Dunno why published as Anonymous pulak..

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    2. Oh, good that you let me know it is you, else I would be wondering who it is. You are right! They have sesame paste and tofufa mix in their menu too.

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  5. I've had taufufah with red bean many times before and love it. Never seen it with peanut paste though. I would imagine it to taste weird to me, but probably won't be averse to trying it. You should force your spouse to try it, maybe he will love it then! :D

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    1. He did try it but did not like it. You mean taufufah with red bean as toppings like those sold by Snow Flake or really red bean soup tong sui with taufufah?

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    2. Don't know about Snow Flake, but both also I tried before. I don't really remember which shop or stall, but both are in KL..

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  6. another fusion eats. i think i won;t like this TTF with Peanut dessert. Me too old school

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    1. Both are chinese food, still consider as fusion?

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  7. I think I'm with your spouse on this...sounds like a weird combo to me!

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  8. I am not too fond of peanut paste. So I would prefer the tou fu fa just by itself.

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    1. You don't like the paste or you also do not like peanuts?

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  9. I love peanut butter, so yes I think I'd give this dessert a try.

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    1. Have you eaten peanut paste on its own before?

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  10. Yes, I will try this, peanut and taofufa also my favorite.

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    1. I hope you like it when you try it.

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  11. I would goes to the original one, with peanut...looks a bit weird to me also!!

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    1. It may look weird but taste great! :)

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