One thing I’ve learned about food over the years is that presentation is key. There are so many ways to make a dish look beautiful just by adding a few extra ingredients or thinking about your color scheme beforehand. This dish is a perfect example and I love how Sarah took advantage of the incredibly beautiful color of these watermelon radishes. It may sound funny to think about the color of your ingredients, but you really can’t argue once something like this is put in front of you!
What you’ll Need:
1 bunch of soba noodles
1 large carrot, made into noodles with a julienne peeler
1/2 medium watermelon radish
1 cup edamame
1/16 cup ponzu
2 tablespoons maple syrup
1/16 cup of gluten free, low sodium Tamari
2 cloves of garlic, crushed
1 tablespoon minced ginger
black sesame seeds
I can always count on A House in the Hills to keep my recipe game on point. For more on this exciting Soba dish, head on over to her blog and check it out! Also, if you decide to try this recipe out I would love to know how it goes. Leave me a comment here or find me on Twitter!
(Images via A House in the Hills)