Good morning guys! Before continuing, I want to tell you (for those of you who haven’t already seen it on Stories) that probably throughout August there will be a bit of a lack of control in the routine of bringing recipes to the blog. As many of you know, I’m moving to Valencia for a while and between adapting to the new apartment and settling in my new photography corner (I have to find a good place for the light, where I feel comfortable photographing the dishes), it may be noticeable a little here. Also, I’m already closing the last details of the book (which I remind you will be published in October ) and that’s taking me most of the time, but I promise you it’ll be worth it.
Today I bring you a very basic recipe for beginners. I’ve been bringing mostly a little more elaborate recipes for some time now and for days when you feel like cooking more, so today it was time to come back with extremely simple things.
90 grams of noodles (without eggs)
2 handfuls of oyster mushrooms
2 garlic cloves
1 sheet smoked tofu (I used Aldi’s)
1/2 a small bell pepper
2 tablespoons cooked lentils
A squeeze of lemon
A pinch of salt
Black pepper< br> Basil
Step by step
- We will start by cooking the 90 grams of noodles in a pot with plenty of boiling water. Let them cook for between 7 and 8 minutes, depending on how hard you want them to be.
- On the other hand, grease a frying pan with a drizzle of olive oil and sauté the sliced oyster mushrooms for a couple of minutes over medium heat into slices and the broccoli cut into small branches.
- Next, add the sliced garlic and the pepper into strips.
- Meanwhile, cut the tofu into cubes. When the rest of the ingredients are lightly browned, add the cubes of smoked tofu and sauté until all is toasted.
- We add a squeeze of lemon, Stir and lower the heat to a minimum.
- Drain the noodles and add them to the pan. Mix well and add the two tablespoons of cooked lentils, a pinch of salt, black pepper and basil.
- Sauté for 1 minute and turn off.
- And voila! We serve hot.