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They’re green, they’re mean… deliciously clean- aka these gluten-free, vegan Creamy Green Curry Noodle Bowls are da bomb and will quickly become your go-to weeknight dinner. They are loaded with some really amazing ingredients that will have you saying “mmmm!” with every bite.
I’m not entirely sure why I seem to excel at making noodle bowls- maybe because I love them so much. Growing up we never had asian-inspired meals unless it was the occassional Chinese take-out. And we certainly never had tofu, shiitake mushrooms, or bok choy either. You can imagine my excitement to include all of those things in one easy and creamy noodle bowl.
These noodle bowls come together so quickly too, which totally makes me love this recipe even more. Let’s take a closer peek, shall we?
So we have:
☆ pad thai rice noodles
☆ tamari grilled baby bok choy
☆ crispy tofu + shiitake mushrooms
☆ Suncore Foods® Organic Green Turmeric Powder that gets whisked into a green curry coconut milk sauce
☆ sesame seeds and fresh cilantro for garnishing
The creamy green curry sauce is made with just four ingredients, including Suncore Foods® new Organic Green Turmeric Powder! You may have had yellow turmeric, prized for its medicinal properties, this green turmeric comes from green turmeric roots which are grown in rare black soil. Like the yellow kind, it is packed with antioxidant, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties. Green turmeric can also offer health benefits such as preventing constipation and indigestion and improving appetite.*
Altogether, this recipe takes about 30 minutes to make, but if you’d like to marinate your tofu and shiitake mushrooms (which I recommend), you’ll have to plan on doing that a bit earlier so the tofu and the mushrooms can really soak it up. I cubed my tofu and tossed them with the shiitake and marinade a few hours prior to making dinner. It takes about 5 minutes to do.
So head on over to Suncore Foods to order your Organic Green Turmeric Powder, print the recipe below, and don’t forget to tag me on Instagram or Facebook with your Creamy Green Curry Noodle Bowl creations!
*information from the Suncore Foods website
If you like noodle bowls, check out my other recipes:
MANGO CURRY NOODLE BOWLS
CURRIED SHIITAKE + KALE NOODLE BOWLS WITH PANKO CRUSTED TOFU
20-MINUTE SRIRACHA PEANUT PAD THAI
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