Asian Fusion Sweet n Spicy Noodles
For those who love asian fusion but can only have gluten free dishes, you will be happy to know that many asian recipes call for gluten free noodles such as rice noodles, this recipe uses kelp noodles. What makes this recipe a big hit is the amazing sauce and combination of vegetables.
Rinse and drain sea kelp noodles. Chop package into three pieces and set aside for later.
In a medium size bowl, whisk together all the ingredients for the sauce and let sit to thicken. Have all your ingredients chopped, minced and ready before starting the next steps.
Place a wok or deep skillet on high heat until a drop of water quickly evaporates.
Add your sesame oil and then the chopped onion, leek and red bell pepper. Stir for 1-2 minutes.
Add your cabbage, broccoli, and brussels sprouts and continue to stir occasionally for approximately 1-2 minutes.
This dish is so flavorful on so many levels that you could even add some greens to this and convert it into a salad. The ginger is not only spicy and complimentary to the Sriracha and red pepper flakes, but it also enhance the sweetness, giving it a perfect asian flair of spicy and sweet. The kelp noodles are softened by the flavorful sauce yet still have a slight crunch. The peanuts with the fresh lime add the perfect final touches, bringing in a slight tang along with the crunch and creaminess of the Eatnuts.com Peanuts.Healthy Recipes, Crystalized Sliced Ginger Recipes, Main Course Recipes, Peanut Recipes, Side Dish Recipes, Beef-Free Recipes, Snack Recipes, Vegan Recipes