These Soy Ginger Noodles are a healthy, vegetarian and gluten-free dinner. They are also easy to make and great as leftovers. You will LOVE them!
Are you a big fan of delicious meals that take only minutes to throw together? And what about if they’re also healthy and gluten free? Ya, I’m kinda a big fan of that, too.
These noodles are seriously easy to put together and will be a major crowd-pleaser. Switch up the veggies so it will be full of your favourites or add a little chicken or pulled pork to make it a hearty meal.
They also reheat great. Just throw them in a pan with a little bit of water and reheat them over medium heat. I ate the leftovers for breakfast. I sometimes wonder if I’m the only person who would rather eat left over dinner for breakfast rather than pancakes. Does that make any sense? I think it just means that these noodles are freakin’ delicious. 🙂
If you make Soy Ginger Noodles make sure to snap a pic and tag @theendlessmeal on Instagram so I can like and comment on your photos. I love seeing TEM recipes you create.
- 4 bundles of soba noodles
- 1 teaspoon grape seed oil
- 1 red pepper, thinly sliced
- 1 yellow pepper, thinly sliced
- 1 medium onion, cut into ⅓ inch wide strips
- 1 bunch of cilantro, chopped
- 1 carrot, grated
- Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Add soba noodles and cook for a little over half the recommended time. You will want them to be firm and a little undercooked as they will cook more in the frying pan.
- Combine all sauce ingredients in a small bowl and set aside.
- In a large frying pan, heat the oil over high heat. Add peppers and onions at the same time and stir-fry for 2 minutes. Remove from heat and set aside.
- Add the partially cooked soba noodles and sauce to the frying pan with the peppers and toss to coat. Add a splash of water, if necessary. Return to heat and toss gently till noodles have been reheated and are fully cooked. Remove from heat.
- Gently mix in grated carrot and cilantro.
*If eating gluten free is important to you, make sure you read the ingredients on the soba noodle package carefully as some contain wheat flour. Only buy brands that contain only buckwheat flour or sub rice noodles.
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