For a nut/dairy/egg free way to get more veggies into your fussy eaters – these noodle bowls are a must try.
Veggie ribbons are a fun and novel way to serve vegetables and they add colour and texture to a meal.
Limiting the number of components initially offered can assist in preventing children from becoming overwhelmed (e.g. serve noodles on a plate with the carrot ribbons and shredded chicken on the side).
This recipe can be served with or without the dressing as desired.
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Cook fresh hokkien noodles following packet directions. Rinse under cold water to refresh.
In a small microwave safe bowl whisk together honey, soy and sesame seeds.
Heat in the microwave for a few seconds until honey is warmed through. Remove from the microwave and whisk again until honey is dissolved.
Toss noodles, carrot, cucumber, red capsicum, and shredded chicken together. Drizzle over dressing and toss to combine.
Tip: The addition of seeds to this recipe adds great nutritional value. Seeds are a great protein source (as well as a source of fibre, fat soluble vitamins and a host of minerals) for children who prefer not to eat meat. They can be added to main meals or eaten on their own as a snack.
This recipe comes from our Fussy Kids eBook. As with all of our children's recipes, we don't count the calories as we are focused purely on flavour and nutrition.