Paleo Cold Sesame Noodles

paleo sesame noodles

These paleo cold sesame noodles are so amazingly good that I’m writing this as I eat them! (and giving more attention to eating than to writing).  Instead of cucumber, I used zucchini (because it’s firmer and drier. When made with cucumbers, it’s not nearly as good in my opinion), which is turned into “noodles” with a a nifty $10 device called a julienne peeler. Then, the cucumber “noodles” are tossed with a sauce made from sesame tahini, sunflower butter, coconut aminos, rice vinegar, ginger, sesame oil and garlic. Pure deliciousness! I substituted a zucchini for the cucumber, used almond butter in place of sunbutter and left out the garlic, and it was still crave-worthy. Highly recommended. Thanks to Melissa from The Clothes Make the Girl for this paleo cold sesame noodle recipe!

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2 Responses to Paleo Cold Sesame Noodles

  1. Right on! Thanks for the shoutout to my recipe — and I love that you made easy mods with what you had in your kitchen. YAY!

    • Gianna says:

      Thank you for this really scrumptious recipe! It survived my mods beautifully, although I’m sure the original is even better, if that’s possible.

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