Pork-Stuffed Tofu In Tomato Sauce (Đậu Hũ Nhồi Thịt Sốt Cà Chua) for fried & stuffed tofu in tomato sauce is a meatified version of the popular Vietnamese Food of tofu in tomato sauce (Đậu hũ nhồi thịt sốt cà chua). That version is great, and probably the one I’ve had more of, however, the version you’re going to make in this post is more substantial–enough that you don’t need another side dish or entree to go with it. To be honest, I haven’t been super particular in choosing tomatoes for this Vietnamese Dish. I like to go with plum Roma tomatoes because of its size and texture and the color is always enhanced by adding some tomato paste. The flavor is balanced out nicely when adjusting the seasoning, so I’ve never had a problem. Start with fried tofu, or else this is just going to fall apart in your lap. You can fry the tofu yourself, or pick up some pre-fried ones to save some time. There’s some kinda strange pre-fried variety I got before that is super airy and light. It was almost like there was more fried exterior than actual tofu inside. It was okay, but not as good as the heavier, denser type. To stuff the tofu, simply cut a slice in the center of and fill it with the pork mixture. Cut it so you can add almost as much filling as you like without having the tofu burst at the sides.