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Easy and delicious! The sweet chili sauce blends nicely with the lime juice, providing some tangy sweet bite. I used a combo of white and black sesame seeds - the black seeds really popped off the noodles visually. Thanks for sharing! Culinary Quest '14

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Starrynews September 20, 2014

We thoroughly enjoyed these noodles! Couldn't possibly be a faster, easier dish and the sweet chili paste offset some of the heat from the other dishes served at the same meal. This is a definite keeper as it comes together in 10 minutes and uses ingredients we always have on hand. Made for Culinary Quest 2014.

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K9 Owned September 12, 2014

Loved this! This was so super simple but really tasty. I used a combination of white and black (Kuro goma) sesame seeds. Thanks for sharing this nice winner, Linky. Made for Culinary Quest 2014.

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lazyme September 11, 2014

I had these lovely noodles today for a quick brunch with a salad. I used vermicelli rice noodles as it was all I had on hand. They worked beautifully in this dish, absorbing the lovely flavors. Thank you for sharing a recipe that I will make again. Garnished with a little green onion and cilantro and a small drizzling of sweet chili sauce.. Made for Culinary Quest - Suitcase Gourmets - 2014.

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Baby Kato September 04, 2014

We actually loved these! I made them as a side dish and toasted the sesame seeds before adding (I always toast sesame seeds for Asian dishes since a Korean chef told me that was the way to do it to have more flavour). I'll make these again :) Thanks for sharing!<br/>Made for ZWT 9 Family Picks for The Apron String Travelers

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Mia in Germany September 06, 2013

We liked these noodles, but did tweak them a bit to our taste. Instead of olive oil, we used coconut oil, and we added a few red chile flakes to give it a little kick. This was quick and easy, a great change from the usual rice! Thanks for posting!

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Jostlori August 29, 2013

Made for the Goddesses of ZWT-9 & the Taste of Thai Challenge, these noodles are an option as a side-dish (vs rice) to accompany a main-dish that does not already use rice or noodles. They are very easy-to-fix, ingredient-friendly & mild enough to be kid-friendly. I found the flavor profile a bit too mild & felt garlic might be a good add. I also thought they looked a bit plain & needed a texture variant, so I added thinly-sliced leek rounds as a topper w/the sesame seeds. Mushrooms would be another good add for more color & texture. I see them as a good start for a recipe that allows for personal preferences & I like recipes that do that. Thx for sharing your recipe w/us.

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twissis August 18, 2013
Sweet Red Chili Noodles With Sesame Seeds