6 Reviews

This was a great noodle dish! I couldn't find my usual Thai version of sweet hot chili sauce, but I found an American version in the hot sauce section of the grocery store that tasted very similar. Definately look for the Thai kind, but if it is unavailable, this will make a suitable substitute. The dressing had a wonderful flavor!

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Daphne2002 March 12, 2003

I really liked the orange. I ended up using Udon noodles which sped up the entire process. Great dressing!

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Missy Wombat June 21, 2003

Didn't have any orange juice concentrate just left it out, but flavour was still terrific. Used udon noodles and added snow peas and small broccoli florets. Definite keeper.

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Sueie July 16, 2003

I am the minority here. This just didn't do it for me. To me, it was way too much soy sauce and I didn't even use the full amount. That is all I could taste. My fiance only ate 2 or 3 bites but no more. I might try again but cut back on the soy and add some honey or something to cut the salt a bit. Sorry.

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Malriah June 07, 2004

Wonderful flavor here -- did let sit overnight and used a sprinkle of scallion as a topper. Didn't change a thing. Mahalo nui loa (many thanks).

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Kauaian cook January 09, 2004

I made a close version of this dish with leftover spaghetti. From Italian to Asian in less than 10 minutes. This recipe is very adaptable. I used it for the idea, but subbed fresh chillis and oyster sauce in the marinade and also didn't use nearly as much oil as called for. Just before serving I added some peas, broccoli and carrots (all stir fried). Yum!

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Sackville December 21, 2003
Orange Chili Noodles