If you are like me you are always looking for new recipes to keep your taste buds satisfied. I am always looking for new ideas to incorporate in to my raw and vegan diet. I came across a lovely recipe which used soba noodles with an avocado miso dressing over at A House in the Hills. Such a lovely site.
I have been dying to use the kelp noodles I bought from Whole Foods, so I thought, what a lovely way to use these noodles. All you have to do is rinse the noodles and they are ready to use. The dressing is super easy to make and extremely tasty. Definitely try this recipe. You will love it!
KELP NOODLES WITH AVOCADO MISA DRESSING
For the salad
1 package kelp noodles, rinsed
2 cups (or more if desired) shredded kale
1/2 cup chopped or shredded carrots
1/2 cup chopped radish
1/2 cup shredded red cabbage, optional
For the dressing
1 medium ripe avocado
2 tablespoons miso
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 lemon, juice of
1 clove garlic
Toss all the ingredients for the salad into a medium bowl. Then add all the ingredients for the dressing into the food processor and process until mixed smooth. Pour the dressing onto the salad mixture and combine well. (I used my hands to mix the dressing into the salad.) And there you have it. Super, super tasty.
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What's your favorite recipe using kelp noodles? Feel free to share it in the comments below. Links are welcome!
Looks great, I want to try those kelp noodles. I have some homemade miso that I need to use :)ReplyDelete
Oh wow Kristen that's awesome! I hope you enjoy it!! xFeliciaReplyDelete
This recipe was AMAZING.. thank you for sharing this and opening my eyes to kelp noodles.ReplyDelete
Hello! Can I ask what is a miso? English is not my language and translator does not help! :) thank you very much!ReplyDelete
sounds divine. I have noticed if you "marinate" the noodles in a sauce, they are even better. It seems the lemon acidity changes the texture to be even more noodle-like, and less rubbery. Let them soak for 2 hours, or even overnight. Thanks for sharing this recipe!ReplyDelete
Hello Karina, Yes, Miso is soybean paste which is used in Japanese cuisine. I hope you are able to find some. :) xFeliciaReplyDelete
Yes, marinating it longer sounds like a good idea. Thank you for sharing that! xFeliciaReplyDelete
So glad you love the Kelp noodles! It was eye opening for me too! Delish! xFelicia