Sesame Noodle Soup
1 cup Vegetables: cucumber, carrot, radish, legumes or any others
1 serve Noodles: egg, udon, ramen, wheat noodles or any others
100-150g protein: lean meat (e.g. chicken breast, pork chop), edamame
1 tbsp Sesame dressing sauce
1 tbsp Soy sauce
Drizzle of sesame oil
½ cup Milk
Boil noodles for 5 minutes or until soft
Rinse, peel, and chop all vegetables and meat into strips
Prepare the meat by pan frying or boiling along with the noodles. They could be marinated beforehand with soy sauce and garlic, or just cook it plain.
Prepare the soup base by mixing sesame dressing sauce, soy sauce, sesame oil and milk. Add water to achieve the volume you’d like. Heat it up on a stove if you like the noodles to be hot. Leave it cold otherwise.
Drain the noodles and serve onto a bowl
Pour the soup base over the noodles
Decorate with your chopped vegetables and meat
Sesame is rich in unsaturated fats, which is linked to heart health, brain health and joint health.
Edamame belongs to the legume family. It’s rich in fibre, protein, iron, magnesium and vitamin C, making it an excellent plant-based food.