Kelp Noodle Recipe with Creamy Almond Butter Sauce


I love Kelp Noodle Recipes with Creamy Sauces!

What’s the most common unhealthy comfort food? My money is on heavy, processed carbs. These take many forms. Breads, Pasta, Crusts, Chips, Rice and Noodles, to name a few. Out here in South East Asia Rice and Noodles are the predominant versions, though bread is quickly gaining popularity. So this kelp noodle recipe is for those of you that miss your noodles. I feel you. I love me some noodles. It’s wonderful to have healthy, raw options to replace the unhealthy traditional versions!


I’m particularly fond of making kelp noodle recipes with super creamy sauces. This one has a strong almond butter flavor that can be spiced up by going with more chili. It’s super simple, quick and easy – enjoy!


I usually go with 1/2 tsp or 3/4 tsp of Chili Powder. I’m not a huge spice guy, though I do like a little hint of it. Really, you can just add as much chili powder as you like 🙂

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  6. Geeta says:

    hi Jonny. I am quite new to raw & vegan recipes thouh ive been eating healthy wholegrain & wholefood salads & dips ((cooked ones ) for a few years now. I like this recipe very much but i have a few questions
    1. Can i get kelp noodles from all organic stores ? ( i live in KL & i have not seen these in supermarkets in the organic section.
    2. I have heard about ” Bragg ” products – r they availble in Spore- if so where ?
    3. Do u live in Singapore ? i come down every 2-3 months – do u give classes there?

    • Jonny Freesh says:

      Hi Geeta,

      Glad to hear you like the recipe 🙂

      I live in Bali. I would imagine Bragg products are available in Singapore but I don’t know the organic stores well. Not sure about kelp noodles.

      My suggestion would be to order online. The links i’ve included above in the recipe are to a couple different websites that i like – amazon and – not sure if they deliver to Malaysia but methinks they would.

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