Very good! I borrowed an idea from another posting and used a bag of coleslaw mix, adding the cilantro myself. This made it so easy, it could be a weeknight meal, but so good I would definitely serve at a special event. I plan on making this again.
Soba Noodle Salad with Vegetables and Tofu
ElizaThorn Posted: 01/03/10
charmer21 Posted: 03/03/09
This dish was delicious! I sauteed peppers, onions, snow peas first and then added the noodle mixture. I also added some shrimp and it was a complete meal!
ELJaves Posted: 10/07/09
Soooo yummy! I pressed the tofu (slice in half lengthwise, wrap in 2 towels and place some heavy cookbooks on top for 15 min on each side) and then marinated it in the dressing for 30 minutes. I added sliced red bell peppers also. Will definitely make again.
mchalenb Posted: 03/31/11
I would use less soy sauce, but otherwise it's tasty.
Cookingismyhigh Posted: 02/06/11
This will be a keeper for sure! I used whole wheat linguine otherwise, stayed with the recipe. I also pressed & marinated the tofu as the previous reviewer suggested. I think you could use just about any fresh vegetable that is in season and on hand.The broccoli coleslaw mix sounds like an excellent idea.
tara31 Posted: 09/10/11
I used a coleslaw mix and whole wheat soba noodles. Served with Seared Scallops with Citrus Ginger Sauce and Sesame-Ginger Glazed Asparagus. Excellent!
Divacolbert Posted: 01/23/12
my husband and I loved this salad - I didn't have time to press the extra-firm tofu I had, but I did marinate as another suggested. added green pepper and green onions because I had them on hand, and left out the bean sprouts because I didn't have them. will definitely make again!
portland Posted: 03/13/14
nice and easy. the dressing is flavorful and strong enough to season both the boiled noodles and the tofu. rounded off with the vegetables for texture, this is a good recipe.