The ‘tau kua he ci’ or sweet and sour tofu and prawn in the image above is not exactly something that I regularly have for lunch. Rather, it is a sometime treat. So far, I can only find it in a few Chinatowns in Indonesia. ‘Tau kua he ci’ is a delicious mishmash of blanched kangkung (water spinach/ on choy) and mung bean sprouts, fried firm tofu, battered prawns, prawn crackers, chillies and sweet and sour sauce. It is usually served as a midday snack. But, since the tofu is very satiating, ‘tau kua he ci’ is often eaten during lunch or dinner.
This theme of this week’s weekly photo challenge is lunchtime. I am glad that photos from camera phones and good old cameras are accepted as my mobile phone is very ancient.