How to prepare a wholesome dairy dish of Jewish origins and one that would also survive the trip to the sukkah on a brisk autumn evening?
This is a wonderful Parve side dish that I’ve been making for the past five years. Ask anyone in my family and they’ll tell you it’s a favorite at home. (My dad especially loves it). This recipe is simple and delicious and can be made up to a day in advance.
As Passover rapidly approaches, cleaning and preparing for the holiday is a topic that comes up more and more.
Add the noodles, seitan, sauce mixture and scallion and cook for a minute to thoroughly combine and heat through. Garnish with the reserved scallion.
I often add a vegetable (usually broccoli) to this recipe, which I roast in the oven with a drizzle of peanut oil, salt, pepper, a pinch of sugar and red pepper flakes, while I’m baking my tofu.