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Spicy Ginger Tofu-Noodle Salad
<p>Napa cabbage works wonderfully with hot-cold salads of the Asian variety. With a nice marinated protein atop, this flavor-filled salad makes a full meal fairly quickly. If you are not familiar with <strong>ginger root</strong>, buy a small knuckle in the produce section of the grocery and store it in a sealed plastic bag in the freezer. I use a Microplane zester to quickly prep the root for use in all Asian dishes, straight from the freezer, no need to peel. Adds a sweet, tangy flavor to salads, stirfry, hot/iced tea, lemonade among other things.</p>Source: An amalgamation (Entered by Lara Rasmussen Anderson)
Step by Step Instructions
- Heat 2 Tbsp canola oil in large pan over medium-high heat; braise tofu, turning every few minutes once they are browned on each side. When well crisped, remove from heat, drain on papertowel.
- Mix olive oil, vinegar, soy sauce, sesame oil, ginger root, garlic, sugar, chili oil and flakes, green onions/chives in medium bowl. Add tofu to marinate for a few minutes while you prepare noodles and cabbage.
- Meanwhile prepare noodles according to package directions. Drain and set aside to cool.
- Slice/shred cabbage nice and fine. Place in bottom of large-ish sized individual serving bowls. Add a bed of noodles atop the cabbage.
- Add tofu with marinade back to pan and heat through. Divide equally atop the noodle bed. Serve immediately.
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