6 Reviews

The flavor of this sauce is FANTASTIC, but I would make 2 changes: less garlic and less water. When I make this again I will probably leave the water out and then add as needed. My sauce was soupy even after adding some cornstarch. I used gluten-free spaghetti and added some broccoli florets during the last few minutes of cooking. I used the agave nectar option and subbed sri racha for the hot chili oil. I agree with Elisa72 that the crunch of the almost-cooked peppers and scallions is lovely. I also added some mung bean sprouts. All in all this is a nice fast, easy, and delicious meal! Made for Veg*an Swap, June 2010

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Prose June 21, 2010

No kidding, you were so right to leave the oil out Kozmic. This is a fantastic sauce, I wouldn't change a thing (OK, I did out of necessity have to leave out the sherry and cayenne). I make this type of sauce all the time, but have never used both tahini & peanut butter - what a great combo. I used different veg and since they needed more cooking just sauteed them first on the side and then tossed it all together. I used whole wheat spag, which was perfect with this thick sauce. I agree, you could pair this sauce with many different things. Even though the ingredients list looks long, it's such an easy recipe to prepare. Thanks KB!

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magpie diner March 28, 2010

These noodles are just fabulous! The delicious peanutty sauce is just complex enough to be interesting, but not so complex that it doesn't "work." I saved adding the water until the sauce was blended to get the best consistency, and found that it was perfect without it. The scallions and peppers lost just enough crunch being tossed with hot noodles to be compatible, but still retained crunch, which is just the way I like them. And I used ALL the sauce! It was too good to leave any out. This recipe could easily adapt to many variations - grilled chicken would taste great added to this, and the vegetable varieties are endless. I'll have fun experimenting with this (while leaving the sauce AS IS). Thanks for a great recipe (and for leaving out the half cup of oil - I can't imagine why it would need that!)

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Elisa72 May 14, 2006

These noodles are delicious! They remind me of a dish I used to love when Good Earth was in business - walnut mushroom au gratin. I followed other reviewers and left the water out, added broccoli and onion, and sauteed the vegetables. I used just a pinch of the sugar and 1/2 tsp of the sesame oil (personal preference). If I made any changes for the next time it would be to decrease the soy sauce, to thicken it up a bit. Y*U*M.

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Maito March 26, 2011

I have done this recipe and so glad you posted. This sets up beatifully and tastes over-the-top FANTASMAGORICAL. This is something to pass on and on and on.

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Lalaloob February 03, 2011

This was great! The sauce is to die for. I was a little skeptical to start, but once I sat down to eat, I was won over. This is a keeper for me!

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toohot4u May 01, 2010
Szechuan Noodles