Cabbage Stir-Fry

I bought a bag of shredded cabbage from Trader Joe’s to make cole slaw. I never got around to making the coleslaw but I have been using the cabbage for some easy stir-fry.

This is an easy and quick dinner. It’s my go to quick dinner these days.

I use coconut oil when I cook, including stir-fry dishes.  I saute onions first then mix in shredded carrots and cabbage together until cooked. I add salt, pepper and garlic powder. Sometimes I add stir-fry sauce to the veggie mix or I add egg whites to add protein.

I like to add tofu on top of my stir-fry. I cut firm tofu in cubes, then fry them in coconut oil. (After I took this picture, I had to drain out the coconut oil because I put too much)

Once the tofu are cooked on both sides, I lower the heat and add Trader Joe’s stir fry sauce for flavoring.  Stir for a minute or until the tofu has absorbed the sauce.  It’s hot and spicy.

Voila! Quick and easy stir fry.

For this stir-fry, I added edamame instead of egg whites. You can add more vegetables to your stir-fry. I just try to keep mine simple on week nights.

If you like stir-fry dishes, you can also check out Shanna’s Blog and read her Cabbage for Rice post.

What are your favorite vegetables to include in Stir-Fry? When I have more time, I like to add cilantro and water chestnuts on my stir-fry.
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Comments

  1. Thanks for the shout-out 😉

    It looks delish and I bet the coconut oil lends great flavor to the tofu!

    • I actually do not taste the coconut in the oil at all, it has a neutral taste to me. I’ve been using coconut oil for awhile now, so maybe I’m used to it.

  2. actorsdiet says:

    nice stir fry, lady! i like coleslaw b/c i don’t have to chop but probably broccoli and string beans are my fave veggies to add

  3. Thanks for the nice email! 🙂

    That stir-fry looks so good — I usually make mine with peppers, snap peas, carrots, some brown rice and an egg!

  4. I love edamame! It’s a favorite of mine to throw into things when I feel the need for more veggies….

    Love your blog- thanks for tracking me down so I could read yours! 🙂

  5. Love cabbage- great raw in salads and in stir fry! I also like to add in broccoli slaw, water chestnuts and baby corn. Thank you for the email- I will be email you back soon ❤

  6. your tofu looks delic! I love stir fry, and like you, keep things simple on week nights.

  7. i love the idea. its like an inside oytu out eggroll. fresh ginger would be perfect. iI may hsbe to add this ss as a goe to option onc e school starts

  8. the stir fry looks so yummy! i love tofu 🙂

  9. OH my gosh i adore cabbage. my hubby doesn’t really adore when i EAT cabbage, but i love it all the same 😉

  10. That looks REALLY good. I love TJs sauces. I don’t think I’ve tried the stir-fry one yet though. Need to get on that.

  11. This is delicious, I cant wait to try this. I saw your blog from the foodie blog roll and I like what you have here.if you won’t mind I’d love to guide Foodista readers to this post.Just add the cabbage widget to the end of this post and it’s all set, Thanks!

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