Cook once and eat twice with this tasty noodle pot recipe from Roz Purcell
Is there anything better than cooking a big one pot wonder that lasts you days? Plus it tastes better day after day. Roz loves this dish and we encourage you guys to take it and make it your own.
Roz has used tofu here but if you prefer beans, tempeh, fish or beef, go for it. Just a note that the cooking time be a little longer than suggested if you’re using meat or fish. Likewise with the vegetables, you can sub the sweet potato or courgette for squash or carrots or whatever you have.
Veggie Noodle Pot Recipe
1 tbsp oil
2 inch ginger, peeled and grated
1 tin coconut milk
Juice of 1 lime
1 sweet potato, peeled and spiralized
2 servings noodles
1 large courgette, washed and spiralized
250g organic tofu, diced into cubes
3 tbsp curry paste (red)
1 ltr vegetable stock
200g broccoli stems
1½ tbsp tamari or soy sauce
Diced red chilli
- In a large saucepan over high heat add the oil and ginger and cook for 40 seconds until lightly coloured, toss in the tofu cubes, stir and cook for a minute
- Add the curry paste and 100ml of the stock and cook for a minute
- Add the noodles, sweet potato, courgette, broccoli and the rest of the stock. Bring to boil, place the lid on and let simmer on a high temperature for 5 minutes, until the broccoli and noodles are tender
- Remove from the heat and stir in the coconut milk, lime juice and tamari/soy sauce
- Garnish and serve
- Store refrigerated in an airtight container for up to three days
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