Savory Bean Curd Sticks (Yang Ming Mountain, Formosa)   
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4 sticks dried bean curd,
¼ medium onion,
2-4 small (or 1 large) stalks of lemongrass
½ cup vegetable oil

1&1/2 Tbsp Maggi soy sauce (or 1/2 tsp salt)
1 tsp sugar (or 1 tsp natural flavor enhancer)
Black pepper
Chili sauce (optional)
Black and white sesame seeds (optional)

  1. Mince the white part of the fresh lemon grass.
  2. To prepare the seasoning, take 2 or 3 handfuls of bean curd sticks.
  3. Add 1 spoon of sugar, not very full, and half a tablespoon of salt (or just Maggie soy sauce).
  4. Add natural flavor enhancer and half a tablespoon of black pepper.
  5. Mix them all and set it aside.
  6. Heat the oil, and then add in the bean curd sticks and fry them. Use only adequate oil just to cover less than half of the bean curd.
  7. Fry until the bean curd is crispy but not too much otherwise it tastes bitter.
  8. After frying, take the bean curd out and set it aside.
  9. With a little remaining oil in the pot, add in the onion and fry until golden brown.
  10. Add in the minced lemongrass and fry until it turns golden and fragrant.
  11. Add in the seasoning that has been prepared previously.
  12. Cook it with a little water so that all dissolved, and then put in the fried bean curd sticks.
  13. Mix it all and use low heat to cook it for a while.
  14. Place it on a plate and serve.

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