The recipe in Appetite for Reduction is a bastardized version of a traditional Curry Laksa and I took that recipe and substituted the heck out of it, but we'll still call it laksa, shall we?
Market at the Square Saturday and proceeded to roast them all so I cut up his roasted red peppers for the raw. I forgot the tamari, but Rob added some after I served it up or I never would have known. The kids and I preferred it without. I used thawed tofu from a batch I put in the freezer so I used a bit more than a pound, I used a sprinkle of sugar instead of agave (we're out), used the entire can of coconut milk (there goes the low-fat aspect), and vermicelli noodles instead of Pad Thai noodles (all we had). I also never boil rice noodles, but just soak them in warm water until they soften and drain. I find they are less likely to break apart. The biggest difference is the use of cauliflower (Josie has been begging for it) and broccoli instead of bok choy. I was attracted to the recipe as something to do with bok choy, but we didn't have any and I hate to let the fact that I don't have a third of the ingredients stop me from making something.