Thursday, August 11, 2011

Vegetable Soba Stir Fry Recipe

Vegetable Soba Stir Fry Recipe


Delicious stir fry featuring a variety of fresh veggies tossed in a Sesame sauce with a hint of heat.  My family cannot handle heat at all!  They cannot stand spicy, not even garlic so I unfortunately have to really tone down the Mexican and spicy Asian food.  My family LOVED this dish because I made it very mild, however, you can certainly turn up the heat by adding more red pepper sauce.

It is very versatile so you can adjust it based on your own taste, you can skip the mushrooms and add tempeh, tofu, sunburgers or you can switch up the veggies and use cauliflower or broccoli, whatever you have on hand.  You certainly are not limited to the veggies I have used,  you can use whatever veggies you like.

This is one of those recipes that is simple, easy, and FAST!!  I've noticed a lot of women are looking for cheap easy meals and this certainly fits the bill.  The best part about this recipe though is that it tastes like something you just picked up from a Chinese restaurant on the way home!

My daughter was BEGGING for this last night for dinner and I couldn't remember when I made it so I couldn't find the recipe.  She will be thrilled to know that while digging through last months creations I FOUND IT!  You can bet this is what we will be having for dinner tonight! 

I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do.

***Note the recipe calls for soba noodles, however, to make it a gluten free noodle stir fry we used rice noodles instead.

Vegetable Soba Stir Fry Recipe

2 comments:

Gerbers said...

I love the flavor of this sauce! Just wondering- is there something you can use if you don't have maple powder or date sugar?

Tandi said...

Yes, you can use turbinado, succanut or any other sweetener you might have on hand. Glad you like the sauce!