I served this recipe with BBQ Fish fillets and everyone loved it! I used Angle Hair pasta.
This is excellant, really good with tuna or salmon steaks.
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.
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!
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
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.
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.
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!