Homemade Tofu Skins
Tofu skins, known as yuba in Japan, form on the surface of hot soy milk, much the same as cow's milk develops a skin when heated. After each tofu skin is lifted from the surface, a new one forms, until the soy milk is depleted. The thin, egg-like sheets are delicious with a little dashi (Japanese broth), or used as a wrapping for other ingredients, such as slivered bamboo shoots, shiitake mushrooms and scallions.
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