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7 Comments

  1. I had to supplement a few ingredients but turned out delicious. Will try the actual recipe next time.
    chilis = chili paste
    cashews = pepitas
    toasted sesame seeds = furikake
    mint = extra cilantro
    cucumber = red bell pepper, radishes, bok choy






  2. It does indeed. I’d been looking in Asian grocery shops – where I’d found most of the types of seaweed I needed, but not all – but hadn’t tried health food shops. Cheers!

  3. Thanks for the recipe. It looks delicious! Can you recommend a place in Canberra where I could buy the kelp noodles? After a recent trip to japan I’m eagerly trying to find Japanese ingredients (including various forms of kelp/seaweed) so suspect that wherever you found these noodles will probably also sell some other products I need. Thank you 😉

    1. Hi Karin! You can buy them in most health food stores. I’ve bought them from Mountain Creek and at the Discount Health Food Store in Gungahlin before. But for Japanese ingredients I would definitely go to either Mountain Creek or As Nature Intended 🙂 Hope that helps!

  4. Thanks Masha for this beautiful dinner idea. Tried it yesterday and totally loved it! Planned to have some kelp noodles for a while, so this was a great opportunity. The sauce is amazing! I had to swap the cashew nuts for pine nuts & pistachios as I ran out of cashews but they worked well too. Keep up sharing your delicious & beautiful creations! So yummy!