So good, and so simple.
This dish from start to finish takes about 15 minutes!
- Non GMO Extra Firm Tofu
- Non GMO Canola Oil
- Thin Rice Noodles (I love the Thai Kitchen brand)
- Green Onion
- Vegetable Broth (prepared)
- Curry Powder
- Mushrooms (I love criminis)
- Celery (optional)
- Sriracha (optional)
- Cilantro (optional)
- Lime (optional)
You will need two frying pans, one to fry your tofu, and one for the other stuff.. If you have a WOK even better! Wouldn’t be a bad idea to prepare all of your veggies and things prior to adding this food to heat, if it’s your first time making these noodles. EVERYTHING COOKS FAIRLY FAST.
- Heat your smaller frying pan on Medium/High with just enough canola oil to cover the bottom. Cube your tofu while thats heating, and put it in the pan evenly, so that each cube is in the oil and touching the bottom of the pan. Season with curry powder.
- Slice up your shrooms and toss them in the larger frying pan or wok, with just enough vegetable broth to keep them from sticking… if you prefer, use a bit of oil.
- Chop your celery and add to the shrooms along with a healthy helping of curry powder.
- Check your TOFU, I like mine to be a nice crisp brown, but it can really be cooked to your liking… turn each cube so that another side is now cooking.
- Chop your green onion, and peel the kale off of the stem… you can keep the leaves as large as you’d like. Set them to the side.
- CHECK YOUR TOFU, turning whenever it needs to be turned, adding more seasoning as desired.
- Add your rice noodles, no need to break them apart, just make sure they fit in the pan… cover with vegetable broth (add sriracha if desired).
- As the noodles start to soften and break up, begin to incorporate them into the mushrooms and celery, tossing them gently…
- Add your green onions, kale, and tofu; give everything a few nice tosses, and it should be ready to go!
- Garnish with lime and cilantro.
Mix this dish up however you desire! Add peppers, broccoli, bean sprouts, try different spices, garlic, chili paste… whatever! It is so simple and I rarely prepare this the same way twice.