As I was rummaging through the refrigerator in hopes of finding something prepared, I was caught with the task of making a meal without anything prepared to make things super easy. I typically always have something prepared like dressings, sauces, chicken, roasted veggies, etc, so that I am never caught in a bind when the hangry bitch comes out 😉
Well, I am quite glad that I had nothing prepared because as I sat in the refrigerator and saw kelp noodles, I got a little inspired to make a ‘fried rice’ of sorts. My brother had eaten this the night before and I guess I started craving a little Asian persuasion.
Anyways, out comes this beautiful meal that is super healthy! It’s loaded with minerals from the kelp noodles, tons of veggies are there to add plenty of vitamins, fiber, and phytonutrients, and there’s even miso in the sauce to add some enzymes and probiotics to aid in more digestive help! Not only that, but you can get creative with this by adding different vegetables and choosing what type of protein you may want to add to this scrumptious meal.
What’s even better about this is that you should be able to find all of these vegetables at the farmer’s market to make this a pretty locally sourced meal!
- 1/2 cup zucchini
- 1/2 cup carrots
- 1/2 cup green peas
- 1/2 cup onions
- 2-3 cloves garlic
- one bag of kelp noodles
- green onions
- 2 eggs
- peanut butter miso sauce!
- Suatee onions, carrots, zucchini and garlic in fat of choice (please use a high heat oil like ghee or coconut oil).
- While this is cooking down, rinse your kelp noodles and cut them up a bit since they are in super long strands
- Next, add in your 2 eggs and scramble them around like you see them do at those crazy steak houses where they cook and throw shit in front of you!)
- Once the egg is almost cooked, throw in your noodles and delicious peanut butter miso sauce and turn off the heat!
- Once everything is all mixed together, top with green onions and cilantro and serve up!
- Add tempeh, local chicken, or whatever your heart desires to give this a little more boost of protein!
Let us know what you think of this recipe! It seriously took 10 minutes to whip up and has become a staple of mine…so I want it to be a staple of yours too! xoxo, B