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Sesame Shrimp Noodles

Sesame Shrimp Noodles created by ArtofAimee

I found this recipe in a Cooking Light magazine. The original recipe called for you to bake this dish, but I like it just as is. Very flavorful and everyone raved over it. I have made this quite a few times now, and it keeps getting better and better because I know how spicy or salty to make it. This is a dish that you can fine tune and add to it whatever you want. (peanuts, water chestnuts, broccoli, etc.)

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45mins
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directions

  • Cook pasta.
  • While pasta cooks, in a skillet (deep enough to hold liquid and pasta later on) put a little olive oil and throw in your bell peppers and mushrooms. Cook this down to your liking, and set them aside on a plate.
  • Add some more olive oil to your skillet and throw your shrimp and garlic inches Season your shrimp how you like them, I like to add a little Tony's Chachere's creole seasoning but you can do a basic all purpose seasoning on them. After cooked, set this aside.
  • In the same pan add the soy sauce, broth, red peppers, mushrooms, cornstarch (make sure you mix the cornstarch and sherry together with a fork in a separate bowl before adding) Keep stirring till mixture starts to thicken and bubble. I added an extra half tablespoon because I wanted my sauce a little thicker. Keep stirring constantly to make sure it doesn’t burn.
  • Once thickened add vinegar and crushed red pepper.
  • Take off heat, add pasta, shrimp, sesame seeds. Toss well to combine all ingredients.
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"I found this recipe in a Cooking Light magazine. The original recipe called for you to bake this dish, but I like it just as is. Very flavorful and everyone raved over it. I have made this quite a few times now, and it keeps getting better and better because I know how spicy or salty to make it. This is a dish that you can fine tune and add to it whatever you want. (peanuts, water chestnuts, broccoli, etc.)"
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  1. Out of the Blue
    Very tasty recipe. I used thin spagettini for the pasta and shrimp. As the recipe doesn't mention when to add the sesame oil, I added it to the pasta once drained and it worked well. I also added black pepper in step 6 and sprinkled the green onions on the dish at the end of that step. Thanks for posting.
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  2. ArtofAimee
    Sesame Shrimp Noodles Created by ArtofAimee
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  3. ArtofAimee
    I found this recipe in a Cooking Light magazine. The original recipe called for you to bake this dish, but I like it just as is. Very flavorful and everyone raved over it. I have made this quite a few times now, and it keeps getting better and better because I know how spicy or salty to make it. This is a dish that you can fine tune and add to it whatever you want. (peanuts, water chestnuts, broccoli, etc.)
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