• Sesame Noodles {quick & easy}

    Sesame Noodles - Comfy Belly

    Cold sesame noodles, zucchini style. 

    Sesame Noodles - Comfy Belly

    I’m forever in search of quick, easy, tasty recipes. If you are too, join me for sesame noodles using peeled zucchini. And if you don’t care for zucchini, cucumber noodles go well with this sauce, too. Or better yet—use both zucchini and cucumber noodles.

    Sesame Noodles - Comfy Belly

    Just to refresh your options for creating zucchini noodles, you can peel them with a vegetable peeler, use a julienne slicer, or a vegetable slicer like this (also referred to as a spiralizer).

    Sesame Noodles - Comfy Belly

    Posted in Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Low-Sugar, Paleo, Quick & Easy, Salads, Sauces & Dressings, SCD, Snacks, Vegetarian  |  6 Comments

    6 Responses to Sesame Noodles {quick & easy}

    1. Emily says:

      Thanks so much for not using soy sauce! I will be making this as soon as I figure out a way to keep the deer away from my zukes & cukes.

      • Erica says:

        You’re welcome! Yes, I know sometimes it feels like Asian-style recipes need soy sauce, coconut aminos, or tamari sauce, but I’ve found that’s not the case. Good luck with the deer!

    2. Jodi says:

      Sorry, this is probably a very silly question, but is the zucchini raw or cooked? And I too thank you for posting a soy free recipe…cause I cant eat soy anymore than I can eat dairy or gluten.

      • Erica says:

        You’re welcome! Not silly, at all. It’s raw. But, if you find you can’t handle raw right now, you can cook it for a few minutes in a skillet to soften it, then cool it (before adding the sauce). Yes, soy is a top allergen, and it’s good to avoid if you’re sensitive to it.

    3. Lisa says:

      I use coconut aminos in place of soy sauce. I also infuse the oil with alot of garlic. Wonderful recipe. Duck is a fab meat to slice thin and put on top also.

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