Edamame Noodle Bowl

Diet is crucial to a healthy lifestyle, which is why I’m constantly searching for new recipes to keep up with my perpetually in-motion schedule of running, yoga, working, and raising the AMAZING Griff Clark (to name a few). With my newfound love of running, I’ve been exploring healthy protein and complex carbohydrate recipe combinations, as to not come home from a 5 miler and eat the kitchen. My edamame bowl turned out to be one-of-a-kind delicious and filling. It provides the energy needed to sustain the active, on-the-go lifestyle without that heavy pasta feeling. Plus, I get a good bit of leftovers for lunches and can freeze the rest for later use (bonus)!

Here’s what you’ll need (serves about 6) …

1 bag of edamame noodles
3 cans of tuna fish
1 yellow onion
1 garlic bulb
1 crate of mushrooms
1lb broccoli
1 lemon
Salt & Pepper

This meal calls for some multi-tasking! Boil your edamame noodles. Caramelize your onion, garlic, and mushrooms in a pan with olive oil, salt, and pepper.While those are cooking, steam your broccoli and then mix with your tuna in a separate bowl. When your onion and mushrooms are browned, combine with your broccoli and tuna. Add about 1 tsp of turmeric and mix. Drain your noodles (keep about 1/3 cup of pasta water for the dish). Stir it all together and drizzle some extra virgin olive oil over top. Voila, y’all! Let’s eat.




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