Vegetable Noodle Salad with Spicy Turmeric Chicken


4. March 2014 by swissfitchick

Hello! It’s been waaaay too long since I posted a recipe so today I finally present a new one! It’s yummy and strange too. A must for #strangebutgood godess Laura’s host and also for the #RECIPEFRIDAY linkup! sprint2table-strangebutgood-GREEN-2



Since we are in March and spring is supposed to be here, this recipe is a fresh and light one, which would also be perfect for Summer.

Noodle Salad Noodle SaladVegetable Noodle Salad with Spicy Turmeric Chicken


1/2 cucumber

1/2 zucchini

1/2 avocado

150g chickenbreast

100g no fat quark or greek yogurt

Spices are not measured!




lemon pepper

chilli powder

garlic powder

onion powder

Noodle Salad


Cover your chicken breast in turmeric, chilli and lemon pepper and roast on low heat – set aside.

In a small bowl, mix quark/yogurt with chives, salt, onionpowder and garlicpowder.

Spiralize the cucumber and the zucchini.

Mix 2/3 of the noodles with the quark and arrange on the plate. Add the remaining noodles on the side and add chicken on top.

Decorate with avocado and chives.

Noodle Salad NoodlesNoodle SalaadI’m usually a baby when it comes to spicy food, but this one was so good! You can of course make this vegetarian with tempeh or tofu.


Are you ready for more cold and fresh spring-y food?

Do you love spicy food?



13 thoughts on “Vegetable Noodle Salad with Spicy Turmeric Chicken

  1. I am so in love with veggies noodles, this looks great!

  2. Enora says:

    Hi Lucie!
    It looks soooo good!
    Yes I am more than ready for spring/Summer food!
    I like only up to mild spicy food! I am also a baby when it comes to spicy;-)
    Have a good day!

  3. Lucie. I am going to find a damn spiralizer and making this. You know my thoughts on spicy and the combination of ingredients screams wholeArman. sorry #WholeArman.

    Random but have you ever made a curry and eaten it cold? IT is amazing. AMAZING.

    • YES, do it, spiralized veggies are liek eating cheese or choclate!! (If you know what I mean, lol).
      Cold Curry?? I bet it is amazing especially as leftovers the next day?!

  4. One of these days I’m going to have to get a spiralizer and make veggie noodles – they look so fresh and spring-y! And I am definitely more than ready for some spring weather.

  5. I’m so glad you’re linking up!!! And with one of my favorite cuisines. I love spicy, Indian-style food!

  6. caileejoy says:

    This looks beyond amazing!! So gourmet AND healthy!! Win Win!! 🙂 Hope that you have a great rest of your week!! 🙂

  7. LOVE anything spicy! Sriracha is my lifeblood.

    I dont have a spiralizer. I really need to change that!

  8. Kierston says:

    This looks so good, refreshing and light! Love the combo of spices 🙂 thanks for linking up to #RECIPEFRIDAY darling!

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