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This was really good. I made a few substitutions and didn't use the noodles at all because we just weren't in the mood for pasta. Even without the pasta, this was a delicious, light, easy to prepare hot weather dish. We will be having this again for sure. Thank you so much.
This is a really yummy dish. It is definitely better the first day~~second day the noodles (I used soba) were a bit soggy. But the flavor was very good. Thanks for sharing! :O)
This is great and SO healthy! I marinated the tofu in the sauce for about 45 minutes first, to help it soak up the flavor of the sauce. Otherwise, I made it as instructed. We both loved it! Next time I might add some chopped peanuts. Thanks for the great recipe!
This recipe is great and will be made again. I made this for dinner and was in the mood for something hot, so I cooked the tofu until brown, then added the cabbage for a couple minutes while my soba noodles finished cooking. I immediately tossed everything together for a nice, warm meal. For the dressing, I had to make a couple substitutions. I did not have orange juice, so I used 1 tbsp water and 1 tbsp lime juice. I also minced 1 garlic clove in place of the bottled minced. I am normally not a fan of bean sprouts, but it worked really well in this dish, as well as the cilantro. I had the leftovers the next day, cold, and they were more salad-like, very good as well. Thank you for posting.
This is awesome!!! We loved it! We fried the tofu-for cruch and warmth and used snap peas instead of carrots (just a preference). It turned out great! Next time I will add more spice just because I like things really spicy but otherwise this is just about a perfect recipe!!! Thanks dicent!!!!!!!
I have not made this recipe yet, but it looks good. However, my suggestion would be to dilute the soy sauce because I don't know if a low sodium variety of soy sauce is possible to find. I use one part soy sauce (China Lily brand in Canada has the lowest sodium content) to two parts white wine vinegar. Less salty after taste, but soy flavour remains.
This was really good and so easy to make as well. I used whole wheat spaghetti and did fry my tofu before adding it to the mix. Otherwise I made as stated. I was happily surprised to find out my husband loved it! He is excited to take leftovers tomorrow for work. Thanks for a great recipe!
I loved this salad. I made the dressing as written except I did not add the sesame seeds. I used spinach not cabbage and was out of bean sprouts and tofu. I also had made Edamame (Soy Beans) and Onions that I put on top of this salad. This was so flavourful and easy to make. The aroma of the dressing was wonderful. I did heat my noodles before adding. Thanks for a great recipe.