Kamut udon noodles with kale avocado

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Drizzled with magical avocado oil, I cant get enough of this fresh veggie noodle dish.


KAMUT UDON NOODLES WITH KALE & AVOCADO

Time: less than 20 minutes
Servings: 2

8-oz package kamut udon noodles

2 tablespoons avocado oil (or grape seed oil)

1 tomato, chopped

3/4 bunch of lacinato kale, cut into long thin strips

3 carrots peeled and sliced/grated

a handful of mushrooms, white or brown finely sliced

generous drizzle of organic soy sauce/tamari, to taste

a few sprinkles of crushed red pepper flakes

dash of salt

squirt of honey

1 avocado, peeled and sliced garnish

squeeze of fresh lime juice

In a pot of boiling water, cook kamut udon noodles as per package instructions until al dente, usually 8 minutes. Drain and rinse with cold water.

Pour noodles back into pot with heat on low to medium. Then add kale, carrots, tomatoes, mushrooms, tamari, honey, red pepper flakes and avocado oil. Heat gently, stir until steaming and kale has softened, 2-3 minutes.

Garnish with thick slices of avocado and squeeze of lime juice. Dig in!

Avocado oil! Wow, sounds delightfully decadent. I love how avocados are your signature ingredient.

I am trying this one pronto! Yesterday I ate an entire avocado seriously, just cut it open, cubed it and picked at it with a fork. I was planning on putting it on my salad, but somehow it never made it. ROFL.

How are you Jennifer? I hope life is treating you wonderfully :)

This looks so good! :) Very similar to what I had for dinner, but I think Ill try this recipe to the letter soon because it looks so yummy!

Oh Jennifer this looks amazing! I have a bottle of avocado oil in my pantry that I have yet to try using! I need to buy some noodles ASAP!

Thanks for the recipe. It sounds so delicious, I will have to try it soonHave a wonderful weekend, Jennifer!

This looks delicious and so simple to make!

Oh yum! Fresh, full of goodness and contains my all time favourite food.noodles!! Lovely:)

[] Kamut Udon Noodles with Kale & Avocado Oil Image by SweetOnVeg Sweet On Veg Recipe: http://www.sweetonveg.com/2012/05/udon-noodles-kale-avocado-oil/ []

This recipe is delish! Ive made it twice now!! Kale has become my new fav leafy green and Ive always loved avocados! The first time I had to use soba noodles because they didnt havent any udon at the store I was at. The soba noodles were so good, that I used them the second time :)

Melissa Awesome! That makes me happy to hear that! :)