Easy Sesame Peanut Tahini Noodles with Halloumi for an healthier spin on a takeout noodle bowl! Made with all gluten-free ingredients.
These nooooooods. You guys. I can barely keep it in my pants right now.
Forever swooning over any bowl of cozy noodles with a creamy sauce of sorts but this one has won me over.
Allow me to introduce the easiest Sesame Peanut Tahini Noodles with grilled halloumi on top. I am looking for anything and everything simple and easy these days that also makes some leftovers to last us for a few days. These noodles do just that.
Better than takeout kind of noodles…
This recipe is made with all gluten-free ingredients and the creamy sauce? YUP, it has both tahini and peanut butter in it. I combine creamy tahini, peanut butter, coconut aminos (instead of soy sauce), hot sauce, Bonafide Provisions Organic Bone Broth and a couple other gems to make the most flavorful sauce to pour on top of the gluten-free rice noodles.
Cooking with bone broth is truly a staple over here. Our fridge and freezer is always stocked with some broth for sipping and cooking. It adds so much flavorful to the recipe and some extra collagen and protein to it. Bonafide is my personal fave after trying many of the bone broths on the market (more on bone broth here). You can find it in most national retailers in the freezer section.
But for now, enjoy these Sesame Peanut Tahini Noodles and the flavor bomb. Especially when you add that grilled halloumi on top. Or feel free to add any other toppings you wish. I added slice chicken a couple weeks ago too and it was delicious!
Easy Sesame Peanut Tahini Noodles with Halloumi
- 12 ounces gluten-free noodles of choice
- 1/3 cup chopped organic scallions
- 1/3 cup roasted, unsalted peanuts
- 1 package of halloumi (found in the cheese section at grocery store!)
- 3 tablespoons white sesame seeds
Peanut tahini sauce
- Cook noodles per instructions on package
- As noodles cook, combine the sauce ingredients in a small sauce pan and warm over medium-low heat (don't do high heat or it'll burn!)
- Continue to stir the sauce until ingredients are well combined and melted together
- Let the sauce continue to warm over low heat as you begin making the halloumi
- Slice halloumi into small squares and crisp over a skillet in a little avocado oil on each side for 3 minutes
- Remove from heat and set aside
- Once the noodles are cooked, strain and rinse with cold water then add back to the pot you cooked them in and toss with the sauce, mix in halloumi, peanuts scallions and sesame seeds
- Add noodles to bowl of choice and enjoy!
*Store leftover noodles for 3-5 days in the fridge
**I recommend reheating over stovetop with a splash of bone broth or water or add to microwave
Thank you Bonafide Provisions for sponsoring this post! It means so much to me to partner with brands I love and use everyday!