These noodles can be made as a quick mid week dinner, or an easy lunch on the go, which just needs 2 minutes in the microwave. As with any recipes on the blog, they’re easy to adapt to what you have in your cupboard. If your roast vegetables include mushrooms, you may want to omit the nuts, or you might want to switch the nuts to any seeds you have in, as the mushrooms may well be enough plant based protein for you.
You could also switch up the sauces based on your preferences and what you have in. I’ve made this with just soya sauce and also umami or miso paste mixed with water. Siracha would also be a great addition, but I am yet to find it in a non plastic container.
If you are participating in the weeklong Zero Waste food challenge, you should have already prepped and roasted your vegetables, so the assembly of this dish is even easier. This meal is prepared on the SUNDAY and eaten on the MONDAY. If you’re not following the challenge, follow the recipe from the start.
Roasted Vegetable Noodles
-Heat proof bowl
-Air tight box
-Mixed roast vegetables (use carrots, parsnip, beetroot, pumpkin etc rather than potatoes) or raw vegetables, which you can roast using the instructions below
-1 nest of noodles
-Medium sized handful of nuts
-See notes above for sauce options. My favourite are 1 tbsp of soya sauce or a tsp of umami paste mixed with water.
Wash and chop your vegetables. Place your vegetables onto a roasting tray and drizzle with approximately a tablespoon of olive oil. Toss vegetables in the oil, with wither a spoon, or by shaking the tray. Season with salt, pepper and mixed herbs or cumin, if you desire. Roast for 20 minutes at 200°C
Meanwhile, place your noodles into a heatproof bowl. Pour boiling waster over noodles. Leave for 15 minutes
Strain off water, but reserve it for pouring on house plants or in the garden, when cool.
Layer roast vegetables on top of noodles
Mix sauce into noodels
Add nuts, or take to work in a separate tub as required
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This article links in with a weeklong Zero Waste food challenge, which aims to produce Zero Food Waste, which you can partake in whenever you like.