This dish is composed of one of my most basic Stir Fry or Noodle sauce recipes and a bunch of fresh veggies and tofu. The sauce is extremely simple to make and coats the vegetables and tofu perfectly with the addition of corn starch to help thicken the sauce. I usually serve this stir fry with some quinoa or brown rice. It’s healthy, easy to make, and tastes great…my type of dish!
I also make a variation of this dish for my toddler. Basically just use those veggies that your toddler likes and cut all the the veggies and tofu into smaller pieces. I also omit the chilli sauce because my son cannot tolerate spice. If your child likes rice, you can also mix in some cooked rice! See the recipe notes below for the toddler variation to this recipe.
Gluten-Free Note – the only reason this dish is not labeled as gluten-free is because of the soy sauce. I usually just state to substitute San-J for the soy sauce but since I have not tried this yet myself, I will have to post another update to this recipe to make sure the proportions of GF soy sauce, brown sugar, and chilli sauce are correct since the different sauces are slightly different. So be sure to look out for an update on this recipe soon!