As many tofu saute's that I've made, oddly I've never posted. Mostly because there is never a recipe but just concocting as I go. Primarily I make either Indian or Asian variations. This particular tofu saute was Indian.
In a food processer blend to a slightly chunky puree:
One small bunch of fresh cilantro, including stems
a few garlic cloves
1 small onion
3 tbsp canola, grape seed, sunflower, or any plain oil
2 tbsp water
I like extra firm tofu, but whichever is your favorite.
Pat dry and slice into whatever size you like.
Put the tofu in a large baggie with some Turmeric and a little soy sauce
Dry fry some Indian spices:
Green Cardomon(you only need about 5 seeds)
Red Chili or Red Pepper Chili flakesyour heat level( grind them up with a morter or coffee grinder)
Fenugreek or Methi Seeds
Add the puree mixture to the dry fry pan of spices and simmer for about 10 minutes on lowish until the flavors have all fused together. Add some Methi powder now, its kinda salty so adjust any salt needs after adding this.
Add whatever vegetables, in this case I just used Broccoli and the tofu mixture. Don't stir everything together just yet....cover for a few minutes and let steam. Remove lid and stir. If you need more liquid just add a little water, and/or cover a little longer. Cook until the vegetables are done and server over rice topped with a fresh mint and cilantro.