Isn’t it nice to have a no-fuss, healthy dish you can throw together in less than 15 minutes? Because we’re all busy. Or lazy. I was certainly feeling the latter when I made this for lunch.
The dressing on these noodles tastes creamy, nutty and decadent, but don’t fret because it’s freakishly healthy. Tahini is a great source of vitamins and minerals like calcium, magnesium and iron. And since miso is a fermented food, it’s a natural probiotic and great for our digestive health.
I used baby spinach in this recipe since it didn’t need chopping (remember I was feeling lazy), but you could add in any veggies you want. Mushrooms, red peppers, tomatoes or artichokes would all be nice additions.
What’s your favourite lazy meal?
Miso Tahini Noodles
From Sketch-free Vegan Eating
2 tbsp of tahini
1 tsp miso paste
¼ cup hot water (or more depending on consistency of tahini)
Handful of spinach
Cooked rice noodles, one serving (about ½ cup)
Mix the miso and hot water together. Add in tahini and stir until well combined. It should have a dressing consistency.
Mix the hot, cooked noodles with the spinach until it wilts. Toss in the dressing. Eat!