7 Reviews

This was ok. Made with soba noodles. There didn't seem to be enough sauce for the noodles. If I make this again I think I'll double the sauce. Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup Game.

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mailbelle April 22, 2009

This wasn't too bad. My husband and I thought the peanut butter taste was a little strong, but overall it was pretty good. I think next time I will use less peanut butter and maybe more cayenne. It was definately simple and easy to make though. Thanks for posting.

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Bittersweetened May 27, 2008

I used linguine for this and followed the recipe as written. I made it about two hours before serving. I found this to be very "dry". I used smoth peanut butter but it just seemed to dry up and loose its flavour on the noodles. I added a lot of hot sauce to my portion and that helped. Don't really know what would have made this better but I doubt I'll try it again. Sorry FlemishMinx

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Tebo May 19, 2008

I am so very sorry to give such a low review but this did not work for us at all. I made it because 1. I had everything on hand and 2. Parsley's beautiful photo. It was easy enough to make and the sauce was quite good and smooth until I went to make my husband a bowl to take out with him for his lunch, I am sorry to say the consitancy was terrible, I followed the recipe exactly and what I got after chilling was spicy peanut butter coated noodles, eating them was like eating a spoonful of peanut butter with a noodle thrown in. Maybe I did something wrong, I don't know but I won't be making these again.

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~Robyn~ October 02, 2006

Awesome! I liked the slight tanginess from the vinegar and sugar. We ate the noodles at room temperature and they were fantastic! I doubled the green onions for some added crunch. I garnished w/ green onion tops and some sesame seeds. Thanx for posting this. I'll make these again.

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*Parsley* September 30, 2006

Liked the tang from the cider vinegar. Would recommend sprinkling some toasted sesame seeds on the top. The flavors blended very well; thanks for posting!

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Cinizini June 19, 2005

Quick & Easy to make: Just my style in cooking! I used more green onion, and about half teaspoon of cayenne pepper (we like it spicy!). Also, to spruce it up, I added sliced dried apricots and chicken breast chunked (left overs). Yummy!

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VirgoRose June 09, 2005
Indonesian Sesame Noodles