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Vegan mapo tofu

Serves: 4
Time to make: 30 mins

Vegan mapo tofu
  • Ingredients

  • Nutrition Info.(per serve)


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Variations

If you can’t find wood ear mushrooms, just use more portobellos.

HFG tip

  • Mapo tofu, also known as mapo doufu, is a dish from Sichuan province in southwest China, and is tofu in a spicy sauce.
  • Sichuan pepper is sometimes called Sichuan powder.
  • Black bean chilli paste, XO mushroom sauce, wood ear mushrooms and Sichuan pepper are available from Asian grocery stores.

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