Silken tofu, also known as soft tofu is a variety of tofu which is undrained and high on moisture. Tofu is made from coagulated soy milk by draining and pressing it into blocks; to make silken tofu the draining step is omitted and the resultant tofu has soft custard like texture. Silken tofu is often served with sauces, sweet or salty and had as breakfast or snack.
Silken Tofu Varieties
Douhua, is a silken tofu type which is wobbly and needs to be eaten with a spoon. It is a popular breakfast dish and often eaten as a dessert. Malaysians enjoy douhua with palm sugar. Black douhua is made from plain black soy beans and is grayish in color.