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Spinach Noodle Salad Recipe Recipe

Spinach Noodle Salad Recipe

07.23.13 by Jackie

The girls and I played with our pasta maker today and made spinach noodles. Making homemade noodles was so much fun and wasn't that complicated. We sautéed them in a bit of garlic butter for lunch and used the leftovers for a dinner noodle salad. I loaded it with tofu, leftover roasted chicken pieces (for the non-vegetarians), sugar snap peas, shiitake mushrooms and dried cherries for a little tart flavor. I dressed the noodle salad with miso and tahini vinaigrette. You could add tomatoes or red bell peppers for a pop of color but I thought the cherries were sufficient. 

This cold Asian-style noodle salad can be prepared hours in advance if the miso vinaigrette is kept on the side and mixed right before serving.


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Soba Noodle Salad Recipe Recipe

Soba Noodle Salad Recipe

05.20.13 by Jackie

If you follow me on FacebookPinterestTwitter or Instagram, you've probably seen how huge the plants in our garden are. Thanks to the recent sunny, warm weather we’ve experienced, they have really taken off.

To celebrate our first crop of Persian cucumbers, I prepared a chilled noodle salad. I used soba noodles, a variety of fresh vegetables, flavorful peanut sauce, fresh mint (again from our prolific garden) and dill. Soba noodles are Japanese-style buckwheat. If you can’t find them, you could use whole wheat angel hair pasta for a similar texture.

I prepared everything in advance in the morning and assembled the salad later at the last minute. That's what I call healthy, fast food!

If you live in the Bay Area, don't forget to pencil in this Saturday (May 25th) for my cooking demo and cookbook signing for Haute Potato at Los Altos Library. Hope to see everyone there.


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Buckwheat Pasta Recipe Recipe

Buckwheat Pasta Recipe

05.17.12 by Jackie

Buckwheat pasta is a healthy alternative to white flour pasta. The result is a bit denser and more chewy but paired with the right sauce, the taste is still very pleasant.

Don't be scared by the dark color, which comes from the husk. I didn't use 100% buckwheat flour; I mixed with all-purpose flour to soften the taste of the noodles. Give it a try!


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