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Thai Noodles With Peanut Sauce

Thai Noodles With Peanut Sauce created by yogiclarebear

This is a "full-bodied" set of flavors that come together deliciously! My family loves this for dinner and we have it in our "recipe juke box" as a regular dinner :-) I've made it a bit spicy here, so cut back on the red pepper, ginger and garlic if you want a more mild flavor. Great (and beautiful) served with steamed broccoli. Time saver: I often put together the sauce ingredients (first ingredient through garlic) together in the morning in a two cup measuring cup and stir so that my before meal prep is super simple. I tell myself it gives a chance for the flavors to come together better anyway! ;-)

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  • Cook pasta until al dente and set aside in a pasta bowl.
  • Saute green onions and carrots in a tiny bit of oil over high heat for 3-5 minutes; throw this on top of pasta.
  • Saute chicken until done; slice into strips and throw on top of pasta.
  • In a saucepan, add sauce ingredients: broth, soy sauce, peanut butter, honey, ginger, cumin, coriander seed, red pepper flakes and garlic.
  • cover and cook slowly over medium heat until heated through and stir frequently.
  • Add over pasta and mix using forks or salad spoons until the sauce is evenly distributed.
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"This is a "full-bodied" set of flavors that come together deliciously! My family loves this for dinner and we have it in our "recipe juke box" as a regular dinner :-) I've made it a bit spicy here, so cut back on the red pepper, ginger and garlic if you want a more mild flavor. Great (and beautiful) served with steamed broccoli. Time saver: I often put together the sauce ingredients (first ingredient through garlic) together in the morning in a two cup measuring cup and stir so that my before meal prep is super simple. I tell myself it gives a chance for the flavors to come together better anyway! ;-)"
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  1. dandylioneggs
    My whole family loves it! It was just the right amount of spicy for us, a teeny bit too spicy for the 9 yr old but you can adjust the amount of red pepper flakes to suit your taste.
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  2. thevikingsgirl
    I'm always looking for quick and easy Thai recipes. This one just isn't that great. I used rice noodles instead of spaghetti. It definitely has too much cumin as-is (and I love cumin). I'd cut it in half if I made this again, though I probably won't. It's edible but doesn't taste like any peanut sauce I've had at any Thai restaurant.
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  3. thevikingsgirl
    I'm always looking for quick and easy Thai recipes. This one just isn't that great. I used rice noodles instead of spaghetti. It definitely has too much cumin as-is (and I love cumin). I'd cut it in half if I made this again, though I probably won't. It's edible but doesn't taste like any peanut sauce I've had at any Thai restaurant.
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  4. JustThea
    For the first time in a long time, we didn't save leftovers. Prepared as directed, this delivers an assault to the mouth - hot, salty, spicy, bland. I ought have realized so much soy sauce would send us in search of buckets of water later in the evening! On a good note: the aroma of the sauce is heavenly.
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  5. SweetySJD
    This was absolutely delicious! I used the whole 1 lb. package of spaghetti and 3 chicken breasts. I don't know if the recipe was intended to be 4 breast halves, because even with the extra pasta 3 seemed like a ton of chicken. That's okay though, I liked it meaty. I didn't change any other amounts. The sauce really clung to the noodles which I liked. This would also be great with a different meat or no meat at all. Thank you, I'll be making this again!
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