Noodles are a great one-hand dish, and my vegan take is popular with the whole family. Packed full of fresh vegetables and drizzled in a homemade sauce this recipe is sure to treat you right, especially if you suffer from IBS or are gluten-intolerant/coeliac.
If you're looking to reduce the salt content, try using low-sodium soy sauce and perhaps cutting it out of the recipe itself.
|Typical Values||per 100g||per 362g serving|
|Energy ||179 kcal |
|647 kcal |
of which saturates
|5.6 g |
|20 g |
of which sugars
|27 g |
|96 g |
|Fibre||2.6 g ||9.5 g |
|Protein||4.7 g ||17 g |
|Salt||1.6 g ||5.7 g |
Red bell peppers are supposedly filled with more than 200% of your recommended daily vitamin C intake, meaning they do wonders for your immune system. They also contain vitamin B6 and folate, both of which can help prevent anaemia.
Ginger is a great natural remedy for curing nausea, sickness and pain, as it can help settle the stomach and digestive system.
Rice noodles are a great alternative for those who have gluten intolerance/coeliac disease, as they are gluten-free.
Baby corn is a low FODMAP food but be careful not to mix it up with regular sweetcorn as that may trigger symptoms if you have IBS.
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