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MoFo'n Carrot and Rice Noodles in Sriracha Tahini Sauce for 1 in 10 Minutes or Less

Quick, easy and delicious. 

That's exactly what this dish is.

Hey we all know what busy looks like and we all have different ideas of what busy means. If you're like me, you keep busy with only things you love, because nobody has time to be busy doing stuff they don't like, right?!

You can probs guess I keep busy being an all the time mom, spouse, bff, daughter, etc. Those things are enough in itself to keep a gal busy but did you know that I'm also keeping myself busy with: a full time job doing 'important legal stuff' at law firm; 'noise glittering,' touring, recording with my band; creating and implementing social marketing campaigns pro bono for organizations that I support; and being an 'overall radass' vegan chef and caterer? - Yeah I stay pretty busy, which is why I only fill my time with things, people, etc., that I love.

Like this quick, easy, and delicious coodle-noodle hybrid that is ready in 10 minutes or less. It's my go-to meal because sometimes I only have 10 minutes to make din din. If you ever find yourself in a similar time crunch, consider this your lifesaver. It's perfect for when you need to whip up a single serving meal that's comforting, healthy, and will fill you up, but not weigh you down, in 10 minutes or less.

No fooling.
Carrot and Rice Noodles got your back.

Tip: the rice noodles need to soak in boiling water for 8-10 minutes, so while they're soaking, I spiralize the carrot, make the sauce, and chop some cilantro. When I'm done usually the noodles are too and it's time to throw down. 

(p.s. if you're interested in checking out the music I make you can listen here: Spotify, Bandcamp, Soundcloud)

2 oz Thai rice noodles
1 carrot, spiralized into noodles or cut into thin strips
1 tbsp tahini
1/2 tbsp liquid aminos
juice of 1/2 a lime
1 tbsp sriracha - or less if you're not into the spice
1/2 tsp maple syrup
1 tbsp sesame seeds, for serving
fresh cilantro, for serving
  1. Cook rice noodles according to package. Drain, rinse, and toss with carrot noodles in a bowl.
  2. In a separate bowl, stir together the tahini, liquid aminos, or soy sauce, lime juice, sriracha, and maple syrup to make the sauce.
  3. Serve with a sprinkle of sesame seeds and cilantro.

Tomorrow: Weird Food Combo, see y'all there.
ICYMI: Here's Day 2: Recreate a meal from your childhood.

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  1. Less than 10 minutes?? Wicked!!

    1. totally! the rice noodles need to soak in boiling water for 8-10 minutes, so while they're soaking, I spiralize the carrot, make the sauce, and chop some cilantro. When I'm done usually the noodles are too and it's time to throw down.

  2. I'll have to look into getting a spiralizer, but in the meantime, I think I'll just try this with carrot slices mixed in! :)

    1. You could do that or use a peeler to make flat wide carrot noodles. If you feel comfy with sending me your addy, I'll mail you my extra spiralizer.

    2. Aww, thanks so much! :) I'll send it in the next comment & you can just delete it.

    3. I *might* get it out today. If not, I'll send it tomorrow morning. :)

    4. it's not the same brand, but it's like this:

    5. No rush, haha! Looks nice! :)

    6. it's in the mail :)

    7. Eeee! So excited! :D

  3. I like to only fill my time with things that I love as well. And this 10 min meal looks awesome.


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