Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunchtime Sweet and Sour Tofu and Prawn

Tau Kua He Ci, Sweet and Sour Tofu and Prawn
Tau Kua He Ci, Sweet and Sour Tofu and Prawn

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.

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