Asparagus and Noodles- Easy Asian twist recipe

This is another easy spring recipe.  I hope these make sense.  If you have questions please leave a comment or send me an email.  Here is a quick link to the Nettle Recipe

Ingredients
asparagus- handful per person
soy sauce tbls per person
sesame oil tsp per person
lime juice tsp per person
sesame seeds handful or so
2-3 crushed garlic
egg noodle estimate per person

 Method
Cook asparagus (I usually steam about 7-8 minutes). Cook egg noodles according to packet.  Mix rest of ingredients together a few minutes before and let rest.  Toss altogether and serve.  Might need to add more sauce according to taste.

 

asparagus noodles

Published by kellyannyoga

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