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A vegan and gluten free stir fry with veggies and tofu.
For the stir fry:
Over medium high heat add peanut oil to pan. Once oil is hot add tofu blocks and cook until the first side is browned, flip and cook on other side until browned. Remove tofu from pan and slice into thin strips.
Combine sauce ingredients in a bowl and mix until combined.
Bring a large pot of water to a boil and add soba noodles slowly a few noodles at a time. Cook 6-8 minute or as instructed on the package. When it’s done, drain it and rinse with cold water. Set aside.
Add shallots to the pan that you cooked the tofu in. Cook 1-2 minutes then add ginger and garlic. Cook until just starting to brown, then remove them from the pan and set aside. Add mushrooms to the pan (adding more peanut oil if needed) and cook 2-3 minutes. Add broccoli and cook 2-3 minutes then add bok choy and cook 1-2 minutes. Add tofu, shallots, garlic and ginger back into the pan and toss until mixed.
Add soba noodles and sauce and toss until combined and the sauce starts to thicken and coat the noodles.
Serve the stir fry drizzled with sesame oil, soy sauce, lime juice, sesame seeds, thai basil, scallions and cilantro (for spice add sriracha).
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