The rainbow of colours in this salad is both attractive and indicative of a diverse array of nutrients. Inordinately high in antioxidant vitamins A and C, it’s also high in calcium and iron. One thing to note: although buckwheat itself is gluten-free, most buckwheat noodles sold in North America contain wheat – so they’re not a gluten-free choice. Make sure to read the label carefully if you have a sensitivity.
|Buckwheat noodles||2 bundles||2 bundles|
|Baby bok choy, finely sliced||3 each||3 each|
|Snow peas||¼ cup||60 mL|
|Sugar snap peas||¼ cup||60 mL|
|Carrots, grated||¼ cup||60 mL|
|Red peppers, julienned||¼ cup||60 mL|
|Radishes, finely sliced||⅛ cup||30 mL|
|Sesame seeds||⅛ cup||30 mL|
|Rice vinegar||⅜ cup||90 mL|
|Maple syrup or honey||1 Tbsp||15 mL|
|Soy sauce||⅛ cup||30 mL|
|Lime juice||¼ cup||60 mL|
|Sesame oil||⅛ cup||30 mL|
|Canola oil||¼ cup||60 mL|
- Cook noodles until al dente, about 7 minutes. Drain, and rinse with cold water. Transfer to large bowl.
- Cut all vegetables as specified, and add to noodles. Toss to combine.
- In a small bowl, whisk dressing ingredients together. Pour over noodle mixture, and toss until evenly distributed.
- Garnish with sesame seeds.
Prepared By: Jennifer Broxterman, Registered Dietitian & Joyce Ho, BScH Foods & Nutrition student
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