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I really liked this... of course I really like peanut butter! And Yes, the Firefly reference did catch my eye. I use Simply Jiff (reduced sodium and sugar). I used minced onion and garlic, but may just used powdered next time for speed and see if it is still as yummy. I used 8 ounces (dry) udon noodles (a first for me... they are tasty even plain! But they were expensive at my store, so I may need to use spaghetti or egg noodles next time) and doubled the sauce ingredients... this made 4 fairly large servings. I may back off on the cayennne a bit next time, although my husband wouldn't agree! :) I thought this was definitly better fresh than it was the next day. Thanks for the new recipe! So nice to have something quite different than our usual!
This is good. I used green onion instead of onion, suger free honey, spaghetti, minced garlic, otherwise followed the recipe exactly. I think this would also be good cold. Thank you for posting.
Like this alot, made it last night and am making it again to take to a pot luck tonight. Not the best Satay (peanut) sauce I've ever had but definiately good, quick and easy. Prefer with the ground ginger, made with spaghetti, did thin with sour cream, bit too thick, would double, nice with sweet chilli sauce instead of cayenne, used mince garlic and didn't bother with the garnish, was too busy eating it. Thanks for the super fast and friendly recipe.
This is a great quick fix when I'm wanting some protein with my pasta without fixing a meaty dish. I use spaghetti noodles instead of the udon and it's still delicious. I will probably double the sauce or add some milk to think it out a little - it's just too thick as is.
This was an instant classic. Incredibly fast to put together and DH and I scarfed it down. So tasty! Added a splash of sesame oil and used regular peanut butter and omitted the honey. Will be repeating alot!
I admit the Firefly reference reeled me in, but this is quite a tasty dish. I stir-fried some pork (not strictly *authentic* but I need some protein) in sesame oil and added a splash of rice vinegar (maybe two tablespoons). Quite nice.
Great dish! I used egg noodles instead of the udon noodles and it came out very good. It paired perfectly with Grilled Tuna Steak (Grilled tuna steak).
Quick and easy recipe. I would double the sauce next time. I used fresh ginger & garlic and sesame oil to make the sauce a little less thick. Thanks!! Yummy.