Sunday, June 20, 2010

Stir Fry Goodness

We got a ton of great veggies in our last CSA box, and I knew the perfect thing to make with them: spicy, peanuty stir fry with tofu.

We had some Wildtree spicy peanut sauce to use up. But there wasn't quite enough of it, so I mixed in some creamy peanut butter, soy sauce, tamari sauce and red pepper flakes.

First we cubed and browned the tofu in olive oil and a bit of jalapeno grapeseed oil with spices. That was done about 15 minutes later.

We set the tofu aside and cooked the veggies in a big skillet with a bit more oil. For the veggies, we had bok choy, sugar snap peas, pea pods, asparagus and green onion from the CSA box (plus a daikon radish which we found out we don't really like). We also had some baby corn to use up.

To serve with the veggies, we made rice noodles by boiling water and then soaking the noodles in the water for about 8 minutes.

When the veggies were tender, we added the sauce to the pan plus the noodles and tofu.

When everything came together, it was a great, delicious meal!

1 comment:

  1. drooling...that looks awesome, i think i must try that! i esp love baby corn!