Spice Level: 🌶️
Mimicing a seafood udon with Save Da Sea's tuna salad by adding a little asian flare and slight kick to accompany the thicker udon noodle with the creamy tuna salad topping. Lots of umami happening in this dish! Thank you to Save Da Sea for collaborating with us on this beautiful dish.
Following the instructions provided, bring 3L of water to a boil, reduce to a simmer and submerge bag of tuna udon noodle mix in for 8 minutes, followed by bag of chili bean medley for 4 mins.
This can also all be thrown into a pan to be sauteed altogether to your liking or microwaved in a heat proof dish (for about 2 minutes) if you want to avoid the boil in bag method. To plate - transfer into your dish of choice and top with tofu feta for an added creamy note.
This dish is rich in Vitamin B, K and Protein.
Protein: Soy is a complete protein and provides all the essential amino acids allowing the body to form proteins necessary for growth & development.
Vitamin K: Key to helping regulate the body’s inflammatory process, many vegetables in this dish (kale, leeks, cauliflower, and cabbage) provide excellent sources of vitamin K.
Udon noodles are rich in B Vitamins and thiamine, the anti-stress vitamin.