Friday, October 25, 2019

Thai Pra Ram Tofu with Vegetables (Peanut Butter Sauce) - Vegan

I love South Asian food, I prefer that over any other cuisines. So always in a lookout for easy and delicious and spicy recipes. This is the by far easiest and quick thai Curry you can have it. Add vegetables as per your liking and sauce comes so quick you will be amazed. And when you add your own planted chilies in it, flavor are surely double. You can use any other protein instead of Tofu and make it and keep the sauce ready in other bowl and this dis will be fast to finish. You can serve it with zoodles, noodles or brown, white or stir fry rice and make a meal out of it.

Ingredients : 

1/4 Tofu cut in small cubes
1 Carrot cut in small pieces
1 Onion cut
1 Small Red pepper chopped
1/4 cup chopped red cabbage
Few flowers of Broccoli
4 Mushroom chopped
Few leaves of Spinach
2 tbsp oil

For the sauce : 

1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
1 tbsp Maple syrup
2 tbsp Rice vinegar
2 tbsp fresh cilantro chopped
3 cloves garlic chopped
1-2 Tbsp Tamari sauce or soya sauce
1 tbsp sambal Olek sauce
1/4 to 1/2 cup warm water, depending upon your choice of gravy


Heat a pan on medium heat, add 1 tbsp oil and add small cubes of tofu. Make it brown from all the sides, don't burn it.

Once it's done keep it aside.

When tofu is browning, make a sauce.

In a bowl. add all the ingredients and lastly add water as per the need. Mix it till it becomes well blended.

Heat a pan again, add oil, saute first, a carrot then broccoli and then other vegetables except for spinach.

Then add tofu and mix all the vegetables.

Add sauce and quickly mix it till it becomes thick, if it is too thick for your taste, add little warm water and make it thinner.

Shut off the gas and add spinach and mix it.

Serve it hot alongside your favorite plain rice, jasmin rice, brown rice, stir fry rice or noodles.

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