Aunt Connie’s Stir Fry

Aunt Connie’s Stir Fry

While I stayed with Kristi and Ryan Thomas during my last week of interning, we enjoyed this really good stir fry. Tofu is a food that you have to know how to cook for it to taste just right (see below). Sorry there are no amounts. Just use a “head” or approximately equal amounts of the first seven ingredients, and the rest of the ingredients “to taste.” – Use your creative touch!

Boc Choy
1 package Tofu
Olive Oil
Garlic Pepper (with no salt)
Lemon Pepper (with no salt)
Soy Sauce
Stirfry sauce (can use chicken broth, teriyaki sauce, etc)

Cut up tofu and pat it dry. Mix tofu, garlic pepper, lemon pepper, and soy sauce in a small bowl. Saute tofu and oil in a large skillet on medium-high heat with a little garlic until slightly crisp. Remove and add later.

Stir-fry veggies in pan. Start with the ones that require the most cooking then add others, cooking at medium-high heat with stir-fry sauce. Add tofu when almost done.

Serve over brown rice.