Food / Plants
A Hakka dish made by mincing fish meat and stuffing it into tofu, then frying or boiling it before serving with a soup made with soya beans.
The yong tau foo that is often eaten in hawker centres can be considered a simplified version. I heard that authentic Hakka yong tau foo is made with a mixture of minced pork and fish paste. It is then fried before being simmered in soya bean soup. (Lianhe Wanbao，27/2/2018)
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