3) Noodle Swap: Kelp Noodles
Say what? Kelp noodles, yes, kelp is from the sea. You can find kelp noodles at most health food stores and Asian grocery stores. These noodles are fantastic to use in any kind of stir fry. These too can have a very mild flavour and look very similar to a glass noodle. Careful not to overcook these as they can easily become mushy and fall apart. Simply rinse under warm water and add them to the end of your stir fry. Keep these stocked in the fridge for a quick and easy meal. In a pan, use a little bit of coconut aminos, garlic, ginger, broccoli, beef and snow peas. Add your noodles at the end, and dinner is on the table in 15 minutes!
4) Zucchini Noodles.
The wholly grail of paleo swaps. This is by far a customer favourite (recipe of our top selling dish included). For this one, you will need to invest in a spiralizer. If following a paleo protocol is something you are serious about, a spiralizer is a must in your kitchen. Simply choose the small noodle blade on your spiralizer and go! Our absolute favourite (and our customers too) is Pemby Pad Thai. Be sure to check out the recipe below! Pro Tip** Sprinkle sea salt over noodles in a colander and sit for 15 minutes. Gently squeeze out excess liquid. This will help the noodles stand up in most recipes you want to work with.
And now, for our number one, best selling recipe, ever................
Pemby Pad Thai (We call this dish Pemby Pad Thai because we use zucchini noodles grown in Pemberton.