Giblets and Grilled Tofu Stew 111kcal / per person

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category MeatSee the Related Food Category Page
recipe number 21005
cooking time 20 minutes
comment Simmer three kinds of giblets with tofu. A dish with a simple but rich taste.
image Softly cooked giblets are tasty but the transparent soup is addictively delicious.
Chicken hearts 30 g
Chicken livers 30 g
Chicken gizzard 30 g
Grilled tofu
If not available, regular tofu can be used instead.
40 g
Ginger, julienne strips 5 g
Water 1 and 1/2 cup
(A) Light soy sauce 1 tbsp
(A) Mirin 1 tbsp
(A) Sake 1/2 tbsp
Green onion, chopped 2 g

Cut the chicken hearts into halves. Remove any blood clots and excess moisture. Cut the gizzard into halves and remove any hard parts. Quarter the livers and wash to remove any blood. Quarter the tofu.

Add the giblets (hearts, the gizzard and the livers) to hot but not boiling water. Blanch and then immerse in cold water. Place the giblets in the listed water and let simmer; remove any scum that forms.

When the giblets start floating to the surface, add the ginger and the (A) seasonings and let simmer for about 15 minutes. Add the tofu and simmer until the tofu is cooked. Place in a serving bowl and top with the green onion and the soup.

technique Carefully prepare the chicken giblets to remove any smell.
  1. Cut the chicken hearts into halves. Remove any blood clots and excess moisture. Cut the gizzard into halves and remove any hard parts. Quarter the livers and wash to remove any blood. Quarter the tofu.
  2. Add the giblets (hearts, the gizzard and the livers) to hot but not boiling water. Blanch and then immerse in cold water. Place the giblets in the listed water and let simmer; remove any scum that forms.
  3. When the giblets start floating to the surface, add the ginger and the (A) seasonings and let simmer for about 15 minutes. Add the tofu and simmer until the tofu is cooked. Place in a serving bowl and top with the green onion and the soup.