it was really bland. this is the first time i've made something that my boyfriend said was "not at all good". i thought the sauce was okay, but the tofu isn't given a chance to soak up any flavor. it didn't taste like curry, and i even added more paste as well as curry powder to the tofu when i was frying it. i definitely won't be making this again.
Curried Noodles with Tofu
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jenfur13 Posted: 01/18/11
griebus Posted: 03/30/09
A disappointing recipe. The red pepper, tofu and curry noodles did not cooperate to create a blended flavor. Tofu shoould have been marinated. This is a matter of taste, but we'd use more green curry.
Sunny0 Posted: 01/10/09
I used whole wheat vermicelli and the noodles stuck together so bad. I guess I should have stayed with the exact recipe. I didn't think the dish had enough flavor, I added hot sauce while eating. It was just ok. Alot of work for little satisfaction.
Meremaid Posted: 08/15/10
Very yummy and delicious! We used red curry paste instead of green, and we also added 1/2 tsp of homemade curry powder to the dish, which was DEFINITELY a good idea as it would not have been spicy enough without it.
rstarrlemaitre Posted: 05/03/11
Surprisingly bland, especially given all the ginger and spice in the sauce. Definitely needs more green curry paste. The tofu crumbled apart when I tossed everything together. I would use a tofu that comes sold pre-baked and pre-seasoned, next time. As it is, this dish isn't quite worth the effort.
MontanaKydd Posted: 06/04/12
Okay, so basically I used the recipe as a base and added more spices and more vegetables; I cooked the tofu with the curry paste, tamari, and coconut milk; it absorbed the flavors and added some "punch" to the dish. Thank you for the recipe. I will add this to my repertoire.
JenGin Posted: 01/05/13
My husband and I really like this dish. He doesn't normally enjoy tofu, but likes it here. Some of the criticism here says that it's bland, and I get this, but honestly, it's also a little lighter (not as in calories, but as in fresh tasting) than a lot of dishes like this, which I enjoy.