I've loved agedashi tofu since I first had it back in law school. It's pretty easy to make at home. I use instant dashi instead of making my own from scratch. It's easier, faster, and I can make mine more mild because I don't like the strong bonito flavor of full-strength dashi. I've made this dish many times, and it's really important to get the silken tofu, it makes a huge difference. Wegman's doesn't usually carry it and so I've substituted soft and firm and it will work, but if you can get silken tofu, it's worth it. For this batch, I stopped by my local Korean supermarket and got some silken tofu. The tofu is lightly crunchy on the outside and the silken tofu melted in my mouth. The garnishes are a nice touch. I used daikon, ginger, green onions, and a mix of basil and mint. I served this with a side salad and some left over Asian style slaw.