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Following a previous reviewer, I pan-fried the tofu first. So delightful! I added more the a pinch of cayenne too! I love heat! This was terrific, and so lovely with the peanut butter. Made for ZWT 6

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm July 02, 2010

We really enjoyed this dish. I did not have fire oil so I used Asian chili oil and I used spicy sesame oil. So it definitely had a little kick. I stir-fried the tofu longer to get color and a little crust. I made the whole recipe at once but really like that you added the advance prep! made for ZWT6.

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susie cooks July 02, 2010

Yummy noodle dish. I love soba noodles and this was simple and good. I left the tofu out as I'm not a big tofu person. Thanks Mulligan for a nice lunch. Made by an Unruly Under the Influence for ZWT6 Zingo.

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lazyme July 01, 2010

This was a nice dish! Be great if you had everything pre-made the day before and then whipped it all together 10 minutes before dinner-time. I make a lot of Asian noodle dishes like this - in this case I thought the sauce was missing a little something, couldn't put my finger on it. In the end I added more soy (about 1 tbsp more) and a little sugar. I had to sub some brown rice noodles for the soba, but otherwise ingredients were as written. I pre-fried the tofu so we had nice crispy cubes to toss in. The snow peas were perfectly cooked and even though I thought I'd have to add cornstarch to thicken everything up, turned out it wasn't necessary...after a few minutes on some high heat, it was just the right consistency. Thanks for posting! ZWT6

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magpie diner June 22, 2010
Snow Peas and Soba Noodles