Inspired by cha ca la vong, a flavorful Vietnamese stir-fry, these mushrooms take on warm notes from turmeric, acidity from vinegar and lime, and sweet freshness from scallions and heaps of dill.
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This recipe is adapted from one of the top Thai restaurants in Bangkok, and it's a dish that anyone can make with ingredients available at their local grocery store.
Sometimes certain cuisines just don't lend themselves to obvious pairing. But Sassy Radish attempts a unique fusion with a Southern twist on stir-fry. That kind cooking innovation can lead to surprising and tasty conclusions. That's why when I stumbled across her post for tofu stir-fry with spinach and okra, my creative side started salivating. Tofu is great when cooked right, and the addition of okra makes this usually Asian-themed dish unique. Also, a fun fact about okra, it's actually a fruit that is eaten like a vegetable....