I love having hiyayakko (cold tofu) or agedashi tofu (deep fried tofu) when we eat out at Japanese restaurants. I decided to try making hiyayakko at home the other day since it is a relatively simple dish to prepare, doesn’t even require any cooking!
Hiyayakko is cold tofu served with soy sauce and katsuobushi (dried bonito flakes) and other toppings such as chopped spring onions. I topped mine with a nori cutting of Totoro and katsuobushi.
To make hiyayakko, simply rinse a cube of silken tofu gently and place in the serving dish. Pour soy sauce over it and add the various toppings, and it is ready to eat! Such a great dish to enjoy on a hot day, very light and healthy.