Heat oil in a large skillet. Saute onion 2 minutes over medium high heat, then turn heat to medium add garlic and other veggies. Lightly salt. Sauté until al dente, turning heat down if necessary and/or covering.
Once veggies are just tender, make a well in the center of the pan and add the tofu, and saute it back at medium heat. If the tofu sticks – instead of adding more oil- try letting it form a golden crust, before trying to flip it, and use a metal spatula. (When something “browns” in a pan, it will naturally detach from the pan.)
Season tofu with salt, pepper and turmeric. When tofu is starting to have some crispy edges, fold it into the veggies, and taste. If it tastes bland, it most likely needs a little salt and I like to add a very tiny drizzle of Bragg’s liquid aminos or soy sauce. ( Use a light hand).
Many people like to add nutritional yeast for a rich, cheesy flavor- so feel free to add teaspoon or two if so inclined.
Divide among two bowls and add sliced avocado, sprouts, scallions or chopped herbs, and a few seeds. Top with sriarcha hot sauce if you like!