Thursday, January 23, 2014

Pan-fried Tofu with Broccoli

I was trying on a new sauce called "Wan Ja Shan- Stir Fry Sauce" and I wanted to share it with you all.  It made this stir-fry dish delicious and I only used this sauce alone without any other seasonings.  You can make it into a one dish meal by adding some meat or poultry and serve it with a hot bowl of rice.  Or serve it vegetarian by adding some mushroom with a bowl of hot rice.  You should be able to find this sauce in the Asian supermarket.  You don't have to add a lot, just 1 Tbsp. should be enough for a whole dish.


1/2 (12oz) non-GMO verified tofu, cut into sticks and pat dry with a paper towel
1 small carrot, sliced
3 cloves of garlic, chopped
Wan Ja Shan's Mushroom stir fry sauce (as picture above)


Heat up your wok, when heated, add in a little oil and pan-fry your tofu on all sides until golden brown.  Dish out and set aside.

Heat up your wok, when heated, add in some cooking oil.  Then, add in garlic and carrot, stir-fry for a minute, add in the broccoli and mix well.  Stir-fry until the broccoli is soften, add in the fried tofu sticks, mix well and season to taste with the mushroom stir fry sauce.  Mix well and dish out to serve.


Gloria Fernandes said...

simple yet wholesome dish..

tigerfish said...

I have seen "Wan Jia Xiang" being advertised on TV before. Does it taste like vegetarian "oyster sauce"?

Juliana said...

What a beautiful way to cook with tofu...I love the colors in it.
Thanks for this recipe and hope you are having a great week :D

noobcook said...

sounds like a delicious and handy sauce to have around the kitchen.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Tigerfish, I am not sure since I haven't used a vegetarian oyster sauce for a long time and forgot how it tastes like.

WokandSpoon said...

Haven't come across this sauce before but I'll have to keep a lookout for it. Sounds like a good way to whip up a quick meal!