Asian · Gluten Free · One-Pot · Secret Recipe Club · Vegan

Boom Boom Boom

Tofu Mushroom Cabbage Stir Fry

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Happy 4th of July and with that, welcome to July’s installment of the Secret Recipe Club!  This month I got to visit Alaska by way of Anna’s Cheese with Noodles Blog.  I loved her in her intro she was up front about blog pictures, something that I’m so bad about that I have my husband do it for me!   I found so many incredible recipes on her blog including baked tofu bites and a corn pudding recipe so amazing it survived a divorce.  In the end however I couldn’t move past her Pork Mushroom Cabbage Stir Fry after reading that it’s so good it should be in a restaurant.  I swapped the pork for tofu and waited until the end to season the dish as tofu has a tendency to go from just right to over salted super easily.  I also used baby bella mushrooms as my store was out of the full size variety – luckily Anna’s recipe included the weight so that was a super easy swap to make!  She didn’t say what type of cabbage to use so I went with red over Chinese but either would work.

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Another fabulous dinner thanks to the secret recipe club!  I also reserved a bit of the red cabbage to steam with some apples and ginger for baby girl’s dinner and she was also a huge fan!  I’m also in the process of joining some other food groups – hoping that eventually my cooking spark will come back as little one gets older.   I still enjoy spending time in the kitchen but it’s no longer the sanctuary it once was.

7 thoughts on “Boom Boom Boom

  1. I couldn’t leave a comment on your recipe for Mexican casserole as the comments thread was closed! So I’m here to let you know I was your secret partner for July! Love the look of this dish too – healthy and tasty! Karen

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  2. I love that you used tofu instead of pork! We are big tofu fans. Thank you for picking this recipe, you reminded me that I need to make it again. I’ll try it with tofu 😀

    Also, I used just regular green cabbage, but I don’t see why another kind would harm it.

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