For a simple meal this was amazingly good. When I roasted all these veggies I thought that I would have a some left over the next few days, but nah. I only had a little bowl left over for lunch the next day. It was a hit with the family.
You can use any veggies you have on hand to roast. I picked these veggies their color and texture.
I have to admit though the stars of the show are the yuba noodles and the dipping sauce with the balsamic and date syrup with a little bit of sesame oil. Dang….so freaking good.
It’s my first time using yuba, which is thin sheets of soy skin. I cut them up into thin strips and made “noodles” with them. My husband loved this little experiment of mine.
I’m just going to keep this one short so you can get to shopping so you can make this meal. Oh and if you can’t find yuba sheets you can replace it with soba or ramen noodles.
Pre-Heat oven to 350 degrees. Place the squash wedges on a roasting tray in one layer. On both sides drizzle with olive oil and season with salt, pepper and garlic powder. Place in the oven for 20 minutes and then take out of the oven and flip all the wedges and bake for another 20 minutes. Set aside and roast the other vegetables.
Place all the other veggies on a large baking tray season with the remaining olive oil, salt, pepper and garlic powder. Massage all the seasoning in and bake for 20 minutes. Plate the squash and veggies in a large platter.
While the veggies are roasting make the noodles. In a large frying pan place the noodles, garlic, ginger, miso and sesame oil and saute on medium heat. Cook for 10 minutes to infuse and lock in the flavors. Place the noodles in a bowl and garnish with some furikake flakes. You can replace the yuba with soba or even ramen noodles.
Place all the ingredients for the sauce in a bowl and mix well. Taste and then season with salt and pepper if needed. Serve with the rest of the meal.
I don’t know what it is about roasted vegetable but they are so GOOD! I will have to try it with noodles next time. This looks fulfilling and delicious!
Right. it just brings out so much flavor!
Noodles and veggies – you’re speaking my language! I would never have thought to use dates in a sauce but it sounds perfect.
you must try date syrup. It’s so good.
Ooo I love some good roasted veggies! This looks so yummy, healthy and simple! 🙂
It is so simple! Just lots of roasting and that’s it!
I have to admit, a little puddle of drool started forming under my tongue. This is totally up my alley. Loving the flavors in this!
I love love love roasted veggies! Especially broccoli and mushrooms! The date balsamic sauce sounds killer too! I’m definitely going to have to make this!