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A great Indian way to start your day1 medium onion, diced3 Tbsp crushed or minced garlic2 lbs broccoli florets1 lb firm tofu, cut into 1/2-inch cubes1 1/2 tsp ginger1/4 tsp cayenne pepper3 Tbsp cornstarch1/3 cup soya sauce1 cup water
• Place the onion and garlic in a wok or large sauté pan and cook until the onion just begins to turn translucent. Add a little water, as needed, during cooking to prevent sticking.• Wash and separate the broccoli florets and thinly slice the stems. Add the broccoli, tofu, ginger and cayenne pepper to the pan and cook until the broccoli starts to become tender.• Mix together the cornstarch, soya sauce and about 1 cup of water. Add the soya sauce mixture to the vegetables and continue cooking, stirring continuously. When the sauce thickens and thoroughly coats the vegetables, remove from the heat. (Stir in additional water, if needed, to adjust the thickness of the sauce.)• Serve over brown rice.
Makes 4 servings
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