Yaki-Dofu (焼き豆腐)

A yaki-dofu is a tofu where both sides are singed after being drained.

It is used in various dishes including sukiyaki (thin slices of beef, cooked with various vegetables in a table-top cast-iron pan), Dengaku (grilled foods such as tofu, konnyaku or egg plants are fixed on skewers), boiled and seasoned dishes, and stir-fried dishes.

Firmer types of tofu such as momendofu are used after further draining to cook baked dishes to avoid crumbling.