Thursday, February 11, 2010

Light Tofu Sandwich

Honestly, I seldom make sandwiches cos I dont like cold sandwich. Therefore, I am making warm hot sandwich with warm tofu and cheese. I have a one foot long white roll in the freezer for more than a month. That triggers me to make a warm sandwich, quick and easy for lunch. Oh, Gregg loves it.... yummy. Good to eat with a hot warm tomato soup.

Ingredients:-

Shredded Morzarella Cheese - your choice
Romaine Lettuce - handful
Shallot - slice one whole shallot
Firm Tofu - few slices
BBQ sauce & Ketchup
Garlic salt & Black Pepper

Method:-

1. Preheat the oven at 375.
2. Brush olive oil on the both side of the roll (split open) and sprinkle very little garlic salt and ground black pepper on top. Prebake for 2 min. Then take out.
3. Lay some morzarella cheese on the prebake roll, add *sauteed tofu and shallots, add chopped lettuce and cover again with more morzarella cheese on top. Squeeze some ketchup and bbq sauce on top.
4. Bake until the cheese melted, say about 3-5 min. Serve hot.

* To sautee tofu and shallots, just add little oil on a pan and sprinkle some black pepper. Stir for 2-3 min on medium heat.

3 comments:

Sam said...

Chef Chong, this looks amazing and I love the ingredients. Lovely blog you have, inspirational. I do sandwiches on my blog. Nothing serious, just lots of fun. I'm your follower now. Thanks, Keri (a.k.a. Sam)

lilyng said...

eddie and gregg

happy chinese new year

Chef Chong's Leftover Makeovers said...

Hi Keri aka Sam. Thanks for reading and follow my blog. Well, I love cooking and try to cook anything from East to West and North to South. Honestly, I love warm sandwich my style, I love playing with ingredients. I love your blog too esp that Gordon thing (I dont like him at all). So cool, informative and entertaining. You are inspirational too.