8 Reviews

I served this recipe with BBQ Fish fillets and everyone loved it! I used Angle Hair pasta.

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Bergy August 06, 2001

This is excellant, really good with tuna or salmon steaks.

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A.M. Collins July 06, 2001

Excellent! This is a winner. Great balance of flavors. The lemon dressing would be good on ANYTHING. I plan to use this as a base and do my own variations. Thanks for a good start to many dishes to come.

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DonnaR March 23, 2004

I really liked this recipe - the results were good, and it didn't require the multitude of ingredients that so many 'noodle salad' recipes do to get the flavour. I used rice noodles which after cooking, I let sit in the lemon marinade all day until I stir fried them for dinner. I did add a handful of chopped cilantro to it as well, and some fat, juicy shrimp to serve. It's a keeper! Thank You!

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Cana'junJane March 22, 2004

This "golden Oldie" deserves another review. I really like cold noodles and this filled the bill. I did tweek it by adding some chopped tomatoes, smoked oysters and cilantro. The lemon juice was great in this dish. I served this as the main course for dinner. Thanks Di

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Tebo December 16, 2003

Okay...it was probably just me, but I thought that the lemon juice overpowered this dish (I know, I know...it's called LEMON noodles!) My kids ate it up, but I wasn't too impressed. I think the other ingredients need to balance everything out a little better. I might try this again but add more soy sauce and garlic.

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Quest4ZBest February 23, 2009

I ate this hot rather than cold and served it with Soy tofu (#172518). I foulnd that all i could really taste was the lemon but then again perhaps if i had given it time to cool the flavours would have developed more also i used egg nodles which i have found dont "hold" a taste as well as buckwheat. But still, despite this it went well with the tofu. the sharpness of the lemon cutting through the thickness of soy and ginger sauce nicley.

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PinkCherryBlossom June 22, 2006

This recipe turned out really well. I liked the noodles a lot better cold, after the flavors had been given a chance to combine for a bit longer. Thanks!

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Nicole_85 May 11, 2006
Lemon Noodles