I know I only posted a recipe the other day - hope no one minds me posting another so soon....
EDIT: As keepinitcool
said, the tofu puffs can be bought at Asian groceries, in the refrigerated, or sometimes the frozen section. They are fluffy inside, and a little spongy/chewy. The sort you get in laksa.
Bag of fried tofu puffs
2 bunches pak choi
1 onion (sliced finely)
2 fresh red chillies (chopped finely)
2 cloves garlic (chopped finely)
1/2 cup white vinegar
1/2 cup honey
1/3 cup soy sauce
1 cup water
a little oil
Soak chillies in vinegar for a little while. Mix in honey and garlic. Heat oil on medium-high. Quickly fry vinegar mix. Add onion, and half of soy sauce. Lower heat and allow onions to caramelise. If mixture gets too dry, add a little water. When onions are nice and soft and sticky, add the rest of the soy sauce and the tofu puffs and fry for a few minutes, stirring often. Add the cup of water and mix well. Add pak choi and stir fry until it wilts a bit. This makes quite a thin sauce, you can either add less water, or some cornflour in a little water to thicken.
Serve on rice (the pancake in the pic is a store bought green onion pancake).