Oriental tofu rice noodles recipe

8 October 2015 by
First published: 24 August 2015

This oriental tofu rice noodles recipe combines classic ingredients for an Eastern treat. If you’re following a FODMAP diet, be careful with the mangetout, as you are only allowed up to five pods per person. Pak choi is a FODMAP-friendly vegetable. The tofu is a great way to add in plant protein and the almond butter boosts the protein value of this meal. If you prefer, instead of tofu you can use chicken, pork or fish.



(serves 4)

4 nests rice noodles

4 pak choi

20 mangetout pods

6tbsp almond butter

Juice and zest 1 lime

400g Cauldron original tofu, cubed

1-2tbsp chilli-infused olive oil

1-2 red chillies

Salt to taste



Bring 100ml of water to the boil and add in the almond nut butter and lime juice and zest and mix well.

Once cool, add the drained tofu and ensure it is well coated.

Leave for at least 30 minutes or overnight in the fridge.

Cook the noodles as per instructions on the packet.


Meanwhile stir fry the mangetout in chilli infused olive oil for 3 minutes and add the pak choi for a further 2 minutes to soften, add in the drained noodles and tofu along with the marinade.

Stir fry to heat through.


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