Baked Sesame Chicken Noodles

"A fairly quick and easy to make casserole with an Asian flair."
 
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Ready In:
50mins
Ingredients:
16
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 400°.
  • Cook spaghetti according to package directions, omitting salt and fat (be sure to break pasta in half).
  • Drain well.
  • Heat the oil in a large enough skillet or wok.
  • Add red bell pepper strips and mushrooms, saute 2 minutes.
  • Add chicken, ginger, and garlic; saute 3 minutes.
  • Stir in soy sauce, cook 2 minutes, stirring frequently.
  • Combine broth and cornstarch, stirring well with a whisk.
  • Add broth mixture to pan and cook 2 minutes or until mixture is slightly thick, stirring constantly.
  • Remove from heat; stir in sherry, vinegar and crushed red pepper.
  • Add pasta, bok choy, green onions, and 2 teaspoons of the sesame seeds.
  • Toss well to combine and then spoon into an 8-inch square casserole dish that has been lightly coated with cooking spray.
  • Sprinkle remaining teaspoon of sesame seeds evenly over the pasta mixture.
  • Bake at 400° for 20 minutes.

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Reviews

  1. Prana Princess
    This was a huge hit with the entire family!! My 7 yr old is a very picky eater and she loved it; my DH is twitchy about anything that may be "too" spicy and he declared this to have "just the right amount of heat." I stuck to the recipe as written (as I usually do when trying something for the first time) and honestly, I think it's perfect just the way it is. Thank you so much for sharing. This is definitely a keeper for our house!
     
  2. Nana Amy
    My family liked this. It was just like a really good lo mein. I pretty much stuck to the recipe, which I hardly ever do, except I used white mushroom slices and doubled the recipe. I think this would also be really good without the spaghetti, made entirely on the stovetop and served on rice. I do also recommend baking it covered loosely with foil, as I did, to prevent it from drying out, as there isn't a lot of sauce.
     
  3. Debber
    Oh. My. Word. Scrumptious! I subbed Udon and Sobo noodles for part of the spaghetti (getting into the spirit of the ethnicity & all!), and chopped frozen peppers (from my garden) for the fresh, and canned 'shrooms for the shiitake, and cabbage for the bok choy (our rural boonies grocery stores have limited variety--esp. in winter!)...and STILL this is beyond description! I hope you don't mind if I include this recipe in my annual customer newsletter (we raise pastured poultry, and I always include a page or two of "to die-for" poultry recipes--this one definitely fits the bill!). This one will not only go in MY cookbook here on 'Zaar, but also in my "tried & true" recipe book in my kitchen--to pass down to the kids. Keeper! Keeper! Keeper! (okay...enough gushing.....going back to my corner now.)
     
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  1. Debber
    Oh. My. Word. Scrumptious! I subbed Udon and Sobo noodles for part of the spaghetti (getting into the spirit of the ethnicity & all!), and chopped frozen peppers (from my garden) for the fresh, and canned 'shrooms for the shiitake, and cabbage for the bok choy (our rural boonies grocery stores have limited variety--esp. in winter!)...and STILL this is beyond description! I hope you don't mind if I include this recipe in my annual customer newsletter (we raise pastured poultry, and I always include a page or two of "to die-for" poultry recipes--this one definitely fits the bill!). This one will not only go in MY cookbook here on 'Zaar, but also in my "tried & true" recipe book in my kitchen--to pass down to the kids. Keeper! Keeper! Keeper! (okay...enough gushing.....going back to my corner now.)
     

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I live in the San Francisco area and love it here. I discovered Recipezaar (then Food.com..Genius Kitchen) in 2001 and have been so happy to have my favorite recipes stored safely here. I am mother to 7 and grandmother to 7. I love to knit, smock, sew, etc., but my favorite hobby of the moment is traditional rug hooking. This is a sample of what I do.? It's called "November".? I dyed most of the wool myself. It is made from wool flannel, cut into strips a little less than 1/4" and then worked into a linen backing. This is my 3rd rug.
 
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