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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
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.
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.
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.
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
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!
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.