This sesame soba noodle salad is the perfect low FODMAP lunch idea. Packed with flavour and delicious, nourishing ingredients, this soba noodle recipe is easy to prep ahead of time for grab-and-go lunches during the week. Coming up with low FODMAP lunch ideas can be challenging! Buckwheat soba noodles are low FODMAP and gluten-free.
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This soba noodle salad can be served hot or cold, but it’s not your traditional pasta salad! The fiber-rich soba noodles and edamame provide plenty of fiber and protein to keep you satisfied for hours afterwards. The creamy dressing packs sweet and tangy flavour from the combination of tahini, garlic and rice vinegar. Soba noodles are a delicious – and nutritious! – alternative to rice or wheat noodles. Look for soba noodles that are made from 100% buckwheat flour which is naturally gluten free. This soba noodle salad is loaded with high fiber plant-based foods such as roasted broccoli, edamame and bell peppers to feed your healthy gut bacteria and maintain glycemic control for diabetics. This noodle-based salad is gluten-free making it a perfect choice for those with celiac disease. Lastly, the combination of a low sodium, plant-based meal that is still high in protein (from the soba noodles and edamame!) makes it a great choice for people with heart disease and high blood pressure.
Sesame Soba Noodle Veggie Salad Ingredients:
- Soy sauce
- Maple syrup
- Rice vinegar
- 100% buckwheat soba noodles
- Bell pepper
- Broccoli crown
- Edamame beans
- Green onions
- Sesame oil
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