Green Goddess Buddha Bowls

Dairy Free, Vegan 

Serves: 2
Cook time: 20 minutes


Green Goddess Buddha Bowls


This light and simple noodle salad is a great way to get in all your daily greens. Green vegetables contain a wide range of phytochemicals, vitamins and minerals, which are extremely beneficial for your overall health and wellbeing. This salad also contains healthy fats, plant protein and fibre, which have also been shown to be health promoting.

Recipe by Maddie Bingham
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Green Goddess Buddha Bowls ingredients




Green Goddess Buddha Bowls




1 packet of Soba noodles

1 Honest Seaweed packet

½ cup of Sugar Snap peas

1 Avocado

½ cup of Pea shoots

½ cup of Spinach

1 head of Broccolini

½ cup of Edamame beans

1 bunch of Bok choy

1 tbsp Sesame seeds

1 Shallot stalk

1 tbsp hemp seeds

Coriander (optional)

Roasted Sesame Dressing:

¼ cup of white sesame seeds

3 tbsp roasted sesame oil

1 tbsp tamari

1 tsp mirin

1 tsp white vinegar

Splash of water


  • 1. Lightly steam the broccolini, edamame beans and bok choy and put aside.

  • 2. Slice the sugar snap peas down the middle, and thinly slice the shallot and put aside.

  • 3. Cut the avocado in half.

  • 4. Wash the pea shoots and spinach and put aside.

  • 5. Prepare the soba noodles according to packet instructions. Once done, lightly rinse them in cold water and serve into two bowls.

  • 6. Top the noodles with all the prepared ingredients, including the seaweed, sesame seeds, shallots and coriander.

  • 7. Dressing:

  • 8. Lightly toast the sesame in a fry pan until slightly brown.

  • 9. Add the toasted sesame seeds, mirin, sesame oil, water, tamari and white vinegar to a blender. Blend the ingredients until it forms a thin smooth consistency. Add more water if necessary.

  • 10. Serve the dressing over the soba noodles and veggies.

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