These are so good- just something I came up with one day. They are quite spicy, so if you don't like a lot of heat, you might lower the spice the first time you try them. You can also adjust to chicken stock in order to have a thick sauce or a more soupy consistency. I like both. The red pepper is a type of spice, not a mashed up pepper as someone once asked me! I am a vegetarian now and this is still fabulous meat free.
My niece's version of this classic recipe, it tastes fantastic and is quick and easy! You can also top this with cooked tofu and serve with a vegetable side dish for a healthful vegan dinner:D Adjust heat according to taste, and if you prefer a sweeter taste, swirl in a tablespoon of honey with the tahini and peanut butter.
A really special friend shared this recipe with me several years ago. It was his trick for dressing up those inexpensive noodles for his kids, and I think it is very good. This is great on its own as a quick meal, but can be an easy side for many dishes. We prefer the chicken or beef flavored noodles for this.
My fave Chinese restaurant has the BEST lo mein I ever put across my lips. It's simple, cheap, and very filling if you need that kinda dish. This can be made for literally pennies and everyone will appreciate this because it can be dressed up or dressed down. Cook and prep times approximate.
A simple, quick recipe using Ramen Noodles. Great for college students! A friend of mine from China tried these and said they were the best noodles he had eaten since coming to the States!
Tip: Tastes best with chopsticks. No need to add any metal flavor to this dish!