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Asian Rice Noodles with Tofu

Asian Rice Noodles and Vegetables pictured with Blackened Salmon


 (serves 6)

2 small packs Asian Rice noodles available at Asian supermarket

2-3 cups shredded cabbage (or broccoli, bok choy, other greens)

1 large onion, chopped

2 tbsp soy sauce

3 cloves garlic, chopped

1 tbsp coconut or extra virgin olive oil

1 cup carrots sliced (or other favorite vegetables)

1 tbsp oyster sauce

1 cup firm tofu, cut in cubes

1 tsp sesame oil

1 bunch green onions, chopped

1 tsp brown sugar

1 cup sliced fresh mushrooms (optional)

1 tsp Peachy’s dried herb mix

½ cup water


Soak noodles in hot water from tap in a large bowl.

Heat oil in a large skillet or wok.

Add onions and garlic, sauté for about 2 minutes.

Add mushrooms and vegetables, cook for another 3-5 minutes.

Add soy sauce, oyster sauce, dried herbs, sesame oil, and brown sugar and a little water if needed

Add noodles, cook for 3-4 minutes,

Small amount od water if needed.

Toss in tofu.

Top with green onions.

Nutrition Information:

185 Calories, 23.8 g Carbohydrates, 1.1 g Fiber, 4.5 mg Fat, 77 mg Cholesterol

Broccoli Since most people eat broccoli, it’ll be easy to convince you to continue to do so if you want

protection from various forms of cancer due to its sulphoraphane and indole content. Its flavonoids help

boost the immune system, and protect against macular degeneration and cataracts. It’s high in calcium

and vitamin C and contains compounds that can help lower “bad” cholesterol. Look for the darker color

(avoid yellow and brown patches) and eat the leaves and stems!!!!

Tofu and Soy

The FDA says, consumption of 25 grams of Soy protein a day will help reduce the risk for coronary heart

disease, and helps lower high blood pressure. It has been found to protect our bones from weakening

and becoming brittle, especially in women experiencing menopause.

In adolescents, studies showed that regular intake of soy may provide protective benefits and decrease

the risk for developing breast cancer later in life. Soy is higher in fat compared to other beans like navy

and pinto beans, but it’s the Omega-3’s, the GOOD FAT!!

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