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Rebecca Rose


Asparagus and Greens Noodles with Lemon Honey Seeds

How many greens can you get in one dish? I love green vegetables. They are packed full of nutrients and antioxidants Vitamins A, C, E and K, folate and magnesium.

Vegan | Easy | Prep time 10 minutes | cooking time 10 minutes | serves 2-3


1 tbsp sesame seeds ๐’๐ž๐ฌ๐š๐ฆ๐ž ๐ฌ๐ž๐ž๐๐ฌ

1 tbsp pumpkin seeds

A squeeze of lemon

1 tbsp of dried chilli flakes

1 lemon juiced

1 tbsp of coconut oil or sesame oil

A handful of rainbow chard

A handful of kale

A bunch of asparagus

A bunch of tender stem broccoli

Soba noodles

For the sauce:

1 tbsp honey

1 tbsp sesame oil

2 tbsp rice vinegar

2 tbsp tamari sauce (or soy)A

A pinch of chilli flakes


  1. Start with frying the sesame seeds and pumpkin seeds in coconut or sesame oil. Let them cool down and set aside on some greaseproof paper

  2. Meanwhile chop your tender stem broccoli and asparagus into shorter pieces

  3. Get a large wok and stir fry the vegetables (kale, collard greens, asparagus and broccoli) and in the coconut oil

  4. Cook the soba noodles according to the instructions. They usually only take a few minutes so be aware of time. You don't want them to go soggy.

  5. When they're cooked transfer them into the cooked greens.

  6. Add to a plate or bowl and garnish with the seeds and squeeze more lemon if desired

  7. Enjoy :)

You can always add a boiled egg if you wanted an extra bit of protein

I used soba noodles which are made from buckwheat. I find these easier to digest and they have a low glycemic index. They are also gluten free so are suitable for anyone following a gluten free diet.


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