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I am literally cooking a double batch right now and I only get to eat half! This has become our requested dish for every party we attend. I add shredded carrots and thinly cut seedless cucumber. The sauce is what really makes it though. Great recipe.
I have tried several peanut butter noodle recipes, and this is the one I like best! We omit the bell pepper because DH doesn't like it, but they are still extremely tasty. Love this as a side dish to my Asian Flank Steak. Thanks!
I made this for DD to take in her lunches and she loves it. I omitted the green onions but otherwise followed the recipe using vermicelli noodles. Thanks for posting.
I just made this salad dressing as written and it's waaaay too peanut buttery and too thick. To adjust it I left the amount of peanut butter as is and doubled the other ingredients. Tripled the warm water. The rest of the recipe I followed as written. Now it's yummy, but couldn't give it more than 2 stars because of the adjustments I had to make, as subjective as my personal taste may be.:)
Loved the dressing. I did add more veggies and part of Asian Crispy Tofu Salad. I did also add cabbage, bean sprouts, and cilantro.
Kittencal you are my new best friend. This is SO delicious. I wowed my parents tonight by serving this with delicious homemade potstickers. I saved a little sauce from the noodle salad to go on the side and MUAH! Delicioso!!!
Just tried the peanut dressing, but used raw shredded cabbage instead of noodles. Very enjoyable, and great change of pace for a weeknight dinner. Healthy and tasty!
This is another great recipe by Kittencal! I followed directions except that I had some snap peas in the fridge and added those. I served it along with honey-dill salmon and it made a delicious meal. The next day I added some shredded chicken to it which made us another great meal. Thank you!
I have made this in the afternoon for dinner this evening, well I hope we will have it for dinner this evening. I can't stop eating the dressing. Out of this world, thanks for sharing Kitten.
I have a fabulous recipe for our favorite Chinese delight: Cold Noodle with Sesame Paste. This comes very close to it, with peanut butter instead of the sesame. Its another winner, Kittencal, and definitely a keeper. We prefer it without the red pepper, just noodles, scallions, sesame seeds, and sauce. IF you can ever find fresh Chinese noodles, it's even better! Thanks again for posting yet another wonderful recipe.