Gluten and dairy free orange glazed noodles & m. balls are da bomb! Sweet potato’s are the key to savory dish. This sweet, salty, and sour Asian inspired bowl of love will take you to your happy place. We call zucchini noodles “zoodles”. What’s the name we use for sweet potato noodles? I suppose we could call them “swoodles”?
What goes better with orange glazed noodles? Asian inspired meatballs! The aroma in our house made it incredibly hard to resist staying out of the kitchen!
Disclaimer: These portions are all just a guess. I don’t like to measure when it comes to creating in the kitchen. Please just let this be a guide for your own creation…
- MIX 1 tbsp. dried thyme, 1 tsp. garlic powder, 1 tsp. ground ginger, 2 tbsp. fresh squeezed orange juice, 1 tbsp. coconut amino (or gf soy sauce), 1 tbsp. gf bread crumbs, and S/P to 1 lb. ground bison.
- ADD 1/3 cup freshly squeezed orange juice and 1/4 cup coconut amino (or gf soy sauce) to a skillet on medium high heat; fry meatballs on each side until just about cooked through. Add more liquid if needed.
- PLACE on cookie sheet and into the oven on the lowest setting to keep them warm while you work on the noodles.
Orange Glazed Noodles
- PEEL a large sweet potato.
- SPIRAL the sweet potato using a spiralizer.
- DEGLAZE the skillet used from the meatballs with a little more orange juice and amino.
- ADD the spiralized sweet potato’s to the pan and stir until tender.
- ADD a pinch of red pepper flakes, 1 tsp. toasted sesame oil, 1/4 cup fresh chopped parsley, some chopped green onion, and S/P. Remember, toasted sesame oil has a strong taste. You do not need much of it.
Orange glazed noodles can be served without the meatballs if your vegetarian. It’s the sweet potatoes in this dish that really shine!
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How do you enjoy your sweet potatoes?
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