My daughter picked out a recipe from Ruby Roth’s The Help Yourself Cookbook for Kids, soba noodles with toasted sesame seeds. I didn’t have soba but did have udon noodles on hand, and made a simple dish inspired by her recipe by:
- boiling udon noodles for 8m,
- sauteeing over low heat for 3-4 minutes or so black sesame seeds on a dry cast iron pan (being careful not to burn the seeds), and
- using a small Saladmaster stock pan to cook waterlessly (I covered the pan and heated it on medium high until the vapor release started jiggling, then I reduced the heat to low till the jiggle stopped) for about 15m onion, broccoli, and seitan.
I drained the noodles and rinsed them with cold water, then returned them to the pan and mixed in some coconut aminos (or soy sauce). I served, topped with toasted sesame seeds and the vegetable-seitan mix.
Ideas for the future
Labels: No Added Fat, Saladmaster, seitan, Waterless cooking