Vegetable tofu stir-fry

Have you ever tried to make your own vegetable stir-fry? It is super easy, delicious, healthy and it can be prepared in no time.

vegetable and tofu stir-fry

Vegetable stir-fry is something that I tend to prepare a lot for quick meals during the week. It is one of my favorite dishes to make especially because I can modify the recipe with endless variations by using different types of protein as well as vegetables. I have made this same recipe using chicken and shrimp, but since tofu is more economical I tend to use this type of protein more often.

I always get organic extra firm tofu to cook for my stir-fry with. I feel it keeps the tofu whole and not into little crumbled pieces which is what happens with other softer varieties. Trust me, I have used them in the past and the end result isn’t that pretty. Extra-firm tofu is the way to go.

You can serve this vegetable tofu stir-fry with brown rice or egg noodles. Most often that not I use brown rice. I have a rice cooker so serving rice it is easier for me. I also was able to use my Kitchen Aid 13 cup food processor to slice my veggies. This machine works wonders. It chops, slices, mixes food in a matter of seconds. It is the best most powerful food processor I have ever owned.

If you like Asian inspired food you will love this vegetable tofu stir-fry. To obtain the recipe just click on the link to be directed to the Kitchen Aid blog where you will find this recipe and many more.

I hope you like this stir-fry. Let me know if you get to try it.

Enjoy!

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8 comments

  1. We are quinoa fans too. Your casserole looks very tasty!

  2. Wow this looks so yummy and healthy, my friend. Love quinoa! I have to try this recipe!

  3. We have a regular stock of quinoa in our pantry, too, and I find myself cooking with it at least 3 or 4 times per week because it’s so versatile.  This casserole is one I need to try!

  4. Quinoa is big in our house too. I am loving the sound of this casserole. So hearty and delicious! 

  5. I am always looking for more ways to use quinoa. Thank you!

  6. This just confirms my love for quinoa!! Heading over to see the recipe! 

  7. We love quinoa! I cannot believe when people say they do not like it. It is so nice and nutty when cooked first and then boiled :) This recipe sounds amazing!

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