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Pao tofu is a dish that originated in China. It is made with tofu that is fried and then simmered in a sauce. The sauce is usually made with soy sauce, sugar, and rice wine. Pao tofu is often served with rice and vegetables.
The history of pao tofu recipes is not well documented. It is believed that the dish originated in the province of Guangdong. Pao tofu may have been inspired by a dish called mapo tofu, which is a dish from the Sichuan province. Mapo tofu is made with tofu that is cooked in a spicy sauce. It is believed that pao tofu was created as a less spicy version of mapo tofu.
Pao tofu is a popular dish in China. It can be found in restaurants and street stalls. Pao tofu is also popular in other parts of Asia, such as Taiwan and Singapore.
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