Easy salty soy milk recipe

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This is a Chinese-style salted soy milk recipe with fried dough sticks, mustard pickles and other ingredients, which is very delicious.

Easy salty soy milk recipe
Level: Easy
Yield: 3 servings


Soybeans 90 g
clean water 700 g
Deep-Fried Dough Sticks Half
Vinegar 1 tablespoon
soy sauce 1 tablespoon
Sesame oil 1 tablespoon
Chives one
Seaweed one
Mustard one


  • Take half of the fried dough sticks and cut them into small pieces for standby.

  • Finely chop the mustard and chives, and tear the seaweed by hand.

  • Put the soybeans soaked in advance into the soyMilk machine to make a thick soymilk.

  • Filter the bean dregs with a strainer (add a little seasoning to the bean dregs, and it can also be made into vegetarian meat floss).

  • Pour a little vinegar and light soy sauce in a small bowl.

  • Pour the boiling soy milk that has just been filtered into a bowl quickly, and the soy milk will instantly become flocculent.

  • Add chopped seaweed, chives, mustard greens, fried dough sticks, and drizzle a little sesame oil to make a delicious salty soy milk.


Vinegar is the key to making soy milk quickly form flocs. Just add 1 teaspoon of vinegar to 250 grams of hot soy milk. Balsamic vinegar, rice vinegar and white vinegar are all fine.

Soy milk must be poured into a bowl while it is hot, so try to cut the ingredients in advance, and pour vinegar and light soy sauce into the bowl.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving ( 97.2 g ) :
calories40 calories
carbohydrate3.2 g
cholesterol0 mg
fat1.6 g
fiber0.4 g
protein2.8 g
saturatedFat0.2 g
sodium47.6 mg
sugar2.4 g
transFat0 g


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