Total Time: 30 min
Review: We’ve started to eat a decent amount of soba noodles and our lives have been better for it. They check a few key boxes: easy to make vegetarian, whole-grain (buckwheat), and satisfy carb-cravings. The kale in this recipe is baked with nutritional yeast and coconut which makes them both savory and a little sweet. The sauce on the noodles is pretty simple – primarily tahini, lemon, and oil. Then you pile on the kale and sprinkle with more coconut and nutritional yeast, and voila, you’ve got yourself dinner.
This was also the first time we used nutritional yeast – I had been avoiding buying it because I wasn’t sure if we would use it and it didn’t seem necessary. But you know what the best thing about meal-planning is? You can make a conscious effort to use something up before it goes bad. So we made the commitment and now it’s happily at home in our cabinet. Which means you’ll be seeing it more in the meal plans.