Sweet chilli cauliflower & tofu with rice noodles|Vegan | Gluten free

At the moment i have been craving lots of different foods. I.e wanting to eat something different than my typical meats.

I have been craving alot of asien food… or i think it is asien?

Rice paper rolls with peanut butter sauce.

Dumplings.

Sushi.

Noodle dishes.

Sweet and sour dishes.

I have actually thought about getting a take away because i have craved it so badly… but i thought, why not just try to create my own version? Sure it may not taste exactly the same, but it would be cheaper anyway.

So i decided to try to make some sort of sweet and sour/sticky sesame/sweet chilli cauliflower dish with noodles and cashews.  And it turned out surprisingly good! Maybe a few changes, and next time i might try baking the cauliflower in the sauce instead of frying. But from what i have tried it tastes good! (This was my work lunch for today!)

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Recipe can be made vegan by using tamari or a gluten free soya sauce.

 

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. This actually looks delicious! Will be making this soon! xx

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  2. Silverio says:

    Yummy … I really should try one of your recipes. I Know I always say that but I promise one day I will 😉

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  3. carol says:

    I love adding cashews to Chinese style dishes and have you tried either canned bamboo shoots or water chestnuts? They both add texture and crunch:)

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