By Elmotoo on February 03, 2008
Photo by Debbie R.
Photo by Debbie R.
"Dressing will keep well indefinitely in the refrigerator. Use about 2-4 heaping Tbsp. of dressing per pound of noodles. Recipe may be prepared up to 1 day ahead of time through Step 3 and kept refrigerated."
Serving Size: 1 (214 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Followed the recipe to the letter, and it turned out perfectly! I love this kind of peanut-sesame sauce, and this is the first recipe that matches exactly the flavour I was looking for. Actually I use it for meat and vegetables, too, not only for pasta. Also it's very popular with french fries in this region. This will be a keeper. Thanks for posting!
Made for Chinese / Vietnamese New Year Tag Game of the Asia Forum."
"Very good! I topped it with a little bit of microwaved chicken and cucumber shreds. I think the cucumber is really necessary; the contract is great. My only change would be to put in less soy sauce; it seemed a little heavy on it to me. My husband, who can take or leave Asian dishes, liked it. ZWT6"
"I only had time to make one noodle recipe for ZWT6 and I'm glad I picked this one. Lots of flavor in the sauce. I used soba noodles and they took more sauce than written but that was no problem. Thanks from a Looney Sppon Phoodie."
"Aussie Swap #36 - OMG - LOVED IT!! These noodles are out of this world!"
"Fabulous, just fabulous. I made this for a gathering with friends, making the dressing and noodles the day before, as suggested. I could have eaten the dressing by itself! Utterly scrumptious. it was easy to toss it all together and garnish the next day.. my garnishes were more simple than described, I used the same veggies, but prepared simply. Another time I will have a go at a more eye-catching garnish. I'd like to make my own hot pepper oil too, although again, on this occasion I did not. This unusual but immensely tasty dish was very well-received, I had made plenty and was relieved to have a little left that I froze, and later thawed out to have as office lunch, I will make this again just for me, it was that good! Thank you for making me look like a very good hostess! :D Made for Aus/NZ swap#33"
"All I can say is what a wonderful dish this is! It's been hot here at the beach so I whipped this up as instructed only adding a few sugar snap peas, onions and red pepper along with the carrot and cucumber options then I topped with some sauteed shrimp....oh my we devoured it. Loved the sauce and this was really a easy dish to prepare. Thank you for posting. Made for the Aussie/NZ Recipe Swap #88."