Seriously Good Satay

Continuing on the reset's a stunning dish to get you a little more excited about plants!

Everybody loved this on the Spring Reset Retreat (book your spot now for the Summer Reset coming up here) so I shared it for my latest Sunday's With Sarah for Ceres Organics.

Now if only this cold weather and rain would stop!

For the sauce

1 TBS Ceres Organics Almond Butter, or peanut butter

1 garlic cloved crushed

2 cm knob fresh giner, peeled and chopped

2 Ceres Organics sun-dried tomatoes, softened in hot water for 10 minutes

2 TBS Ceres Organics tamari

1 tsp Ceres Organics sesame oil

50mls Ceres Organics extra virgin olive oil

1 TBS coconut yoghurt

Juice of ½ lime

A small handful of coriander stalks, chopped

For the noodles

1 packet of kelp noodles, or konjac noodles

2 carrots, peeled and spiraled

1 courghette spiraled

1 beetroot spiraled

1 cup chopped purple cabbage

½ capsicum, finely sliced

To garnish

1 green chilli, finely sliced

A large handful of fresh coriander leaves

½ cup Ceres Organics cashew nuts

½ an avocado


Prepare the sauce by placing all the ingredients into a blender and whizzing until smooth and creamy, just can use a little of the sun-dried tomato soaking liquid in for a richness of flavor, around 1 tsp would do.

Pour over the noodle dish, or set on the side and dip as you go.

Garnish with the extras and serve immediately.

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