I tried Family Mart's "Tofu Dried Bean Curd and 6 Item Salad with Salt Sauce". This dish offers the texture of crispy purple onions and elastic dried tofu (tofukan). It contains 101 kcal, 10.6g (0.21oz) protein, 6.0g (0oz) fat, 0.8g (0.28oz) sugar, 1.8g (0.28oz) dietary fiber, and 1.0g (0oz) salt equivalent. 248 yen (tax included).
Tofu Dried Tofu and 6-Iggetable Salad with Salt Sauce
Tofu is compressed to remove the water content, and then mixed with colorful slices of steamed chicken, dried tofu, kikurage mushrooms, cucumbers, purple onions, carrots, and peppers. When the lid is opened, the dish looks gorgeous and the aroma of sesame oil fills the air.
First, take a bite of the vegetables on the top with chopsticks, and you will taste the slight crunchiness and spiciness of the purple onion, as well as the spicy smell of ginger and black pepper. The kikurage is crunchy and the cucumber is crispy, giving the dish a complex texture that will keep you coming back for more.
Next on the bottom side are dried tofu and dried dried tofu. The lemon juice and chicken broth are blended with the tofu, giving it a flavorful finish that belies its plain appearance. Chopsticks go on and on.
This is an excellent snack on its own, as well as a side dish for rice or beer. Since it is rather Asian in flavor, it gives the impression that it can be paired with Taiwanese oolong tea.