Seared tofu is the perfect vehicle to carry the sweet, sour, and savory flavors of this dish. Buying cooked noodles (look for them next to the tofu) saves a step; if you can’t find them, use 8 oz. uncooked and cook them according to package directions.
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I used Explor AsianAuthentic Cuisine Glutin Free Organic Soybean Spaghetti, it worked very well. Everyone loved it. I will definitely cook this again!
Very tasty and easy to do. I actually used pak choi instead of cabbage and it was also delicious.
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