Three cups of chopped cabbage (quarter of a cabbage)
One third cups finely sliced celery
One Meduim onion
Four to five garlic cloves
Two cups snow peas
One cup water cress
One tea spoon ginger (optional)
Grapeseed oil as needed
Salt to taste
One package of extra firm tofu
Seasonings (whatever you like)
Two packages of chow mein noodles
Get all the vegetables washed and peeled. You can shred the carrots, chop the celery, cabbbage, onion and press the garlic.
The snow peas and water cress won't need anything but a good cleaning.
In a large skillet add some grapeseed oil, salt and soy sauce.
Then first put in the onion and garlic, then after you sauté thsoe for a few minutes add un the carrots, celery, cabbage, snow peas and water cress.
Let those cook until tender, should be around 10 minutes, stir occasionally and leave the stove on medium heat.
Open the tofu pack and drain the water out, then wrap the tofu in a paper towel or two to drain the excess water out. Then slice the tofu into small cubes. Heat olive oil, seasonings i.e. garlic powder, onion powder, etc. soy sauce and salt to taste in a skillet. Stir fry the tofu until golden brown.
Cook the chow mein noodles according to the directions on the package. Drain and wash the noodles in cold water. Then add the chow mein noodles to the vegetables, mixing them well and adding oil/soy sauce as needed, then add the tofu last and stir fry them for a few more minutes.
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