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I was looking for a recipe similar to the Thai Chicken Pasta dish at Cheesecake Factory, and this was very close. To bring it closer to the Cheesecake Factory Dish, I added two cut up chicken breasts, which I cooked until it turned white before adding the carrots and vegetables. Also, I increased the peanut butter by a tablespoon, doubled the chili sauce, and topped the final dish with fresh bean sprouts. One more thing; whisk the sauce ingredients before adding it to the vegetables to make a smooth sauce. My whole family loved this!

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Michellebelle61 March 06, 2005

Thank you so much for this recipe! I have made it quite a few times since finding it. Last time I cut up chicken breasts and cooked them first with garlic, and then added them to the veggies and sauce while the sauce was thickening. Very good! *I don't use sesame oil and I cut up fresh broccoli and carrots

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jusme May 28, 2011

Yum, yum, yum!! I was craving Thai noodles and this hit the spot dead on. I cut the sesame oil down to a little over 2 tablespoons and used shredded cabbage instead of frozen veggies. Once plated, I squeeezed a little fresh lime juice on top. Thanks for posting. I'll be making this again and again.

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Lucky in Bayview October 02, 2011

Very good! I added chicken with the garlic and ginger. Instead of using the frozen stir fry veggies, I used fresh broccoli, which I added once the chicken was cooked. For the chili-garlic sauce, I used Sriracha hot chili sauce. The DH called it awesome. :) Thanks for sharing!

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adventurousbeginner April 06, 2010

Very Good Recipe! I modified sauce by starting with 1 to 1 1/2 pounds of cut up and sauteed chicken breast. 4 cups of frozen stir fry vegetables (or one head of fresh bok choy chopped) I use 1/2 cup of honey, 1/2 cup peanut butter, 6 Tbsp rice vinegar, 1 Tbsp chili sauce, plus added 1 additional Tbsp of peanut butter. I have tried with pad thai rice noodles, linguini, whole wheat linguini, "but prefer mini bow tie pasta" Enjoy!

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I Wannabe Chef June 13, 2009

Just WOW!!!! I've had other peanut dishes that used normal noodles and was never impressed with the results and had resigned myself to not ever being able to make thai noodle dishes at home. I have a wonderful peanut curry but that's more complicated and rice takes much longer to cook. This was fast, easy, and DELICIOUS!

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DomDem September 08, 2012

Very good!! I used shirataki spaghetti noodles, came out very good. May increase the spice a little next time, as I like a lot of heat! Definetely a keeper!!

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xpnsve August 08, 2011

OMG I totally love this dish! I can eat it all the time!! And I do most days of the week as it is also my girlfriend's favorite. Do you think it's fattening?? It can't be that good and good for you!

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dilanmachardy May 26, 2011

I loved this! I didn't have sesame oil, but it turned out amazing anyway. Personally I think the taste of the sesame oil would be a bit too much with all the peanut butter.

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Norwegian in Prague January 13, 2011

YUMMY!! And very easy. I did make the following changes: used brown sugar instead of honey (that's what we had) added chicken, and added a little extra peanut butter based on reviews.

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cward June 22, 2010
Thai Noodles With Spicy Peanut Sauce