You know when you are back from work a bit late and you haven't really planned anything for dinner? You then start to pick out ingredients from the seemingly empty cupboards at random. You start adding the stuff together, praying that it will be somewhat tasty although at this stage you do not really care for taste - you just want calories. And then, by some miracle, the dish you have created turns out to be a really tasty one. You are not sure whether it tastes this great merely because you are at this point of starvation, or because there might be a slight chance that you are somewhat of a genius.
Well, there is only one way to find out. This dish here, let us call it a Sesame Noodle Bowl - seeing as that seems to be a word of trend in the culinary world as of now -, is the result of this scenario described above.
I have since had it again and again... The verdict stands as clear as that first hangry Monday evening: This here is some darn fine fast food! And here is how it is done ↓
SESAME NOODLE BOWL
TAHINI DRESSING ET AL.
- 1 portion rice noodles
- 1-2 nori sheets
- veggies of choice:
I used carrot, avocado, tomato and cucumber.
- 1 heaped tbsp tahini
- 1 tbsp soy sauce (or tamari for GF)
- 1 tbsp nutritional yeast
- 2 tsp apple cider vinegar
- 1 tsp lemon juice
- 1-2 tsp sweetener, like agave or maple syrup
- 1 tsp sesame seeds (opt)
ADJUST TO TASTE
Start by putting on the kettle.
Meanwhile, stir together the ingredients to the dressing in a mug or such.
Once water has boiled, soak noodles according to package instructions (and use the same bowl as you'll later eat from - saves dishes!).
Spare a little of the hot water, a table spoon or so, and add to the dressing to dilute. While waiting for the noodles, slice and peel and chop your vegetables of choosing.
Once noodles are done, toss with dressing. Add your veggies on top and dinner is served! Sprinkle with some more sesame seeds and/or fresh coriander if you will.