Douhua, also known as Chinese tofu pudding, is a soft and silky dessert made from freshly-made soy milk. It is a popular sweet treat in China and other Asian countries, often served with a sweet syrup or topped with fruit or other toppings.
To make douhua, soy milk is first heated to a certain temperature, and then a coagulant such as gypsum or nigari is added to curdle the milk and form tofu. The tofu is then gently scooped into small bowls or cups and topped with a sweet syrup made from sugar, water, and other ingredients such as ginger or fruit.
Douhua can be served hot or cold, and is often enjoyed as a light and healthy dessert or snack. It is also a popular breakfast food in some regions of China, where it is served with savory toppings such as soy sauce and scallions.