Also, life hack for any equally lazy commenters, I just bought a bag of pre-shredded coleslaw mix and used that for the cabbage/carrot. Delicious, complex flavors emerge from simple pantry ingredients like magic! This recipe looks so insanely delish! , Try coconut aminos, its a gluten free soy sauce alternative! Just remember to cook them a little bit longer. Had it for breakfast! I did add extra carrots as well. But unfortunately, without having tried this myself, I cannot answer with certainty. I used dry Vietnamese vermicelli noodles, which cooked up quick, are gluten-free and non-GMO! Peanut sauce is a staple companion of many Thai dishes, such as chicken satay and peanut curry. The quickest noodle dish you could ever whip up in less than 30 minutes. A pinch of Maggie seasoning (MSG) wouldn’t be amiss here. Of course, unbeknownst to me, people all over the world were eating noodles with peanut sauce as often as I was eating peanut butter and jelly. This form collects your name, email, and content so that we can keep track of the comments placed on the website. I made the sauce and put it on zucchini noodles (spiral cut zucchini) with a bit of carrot and topped with cilantro- it was pretty darn tasty. Tried this recipe for the first time and it came out very well. Lady you need to chill…take a look at every single other review, i think maybe you just arnt the amazing cook you think you are . Made this tonight – you’re right, the SAUCE is amazing!!! I made the sauce with crunchy peanut butter and put it over noodles …yum! Thank you so much for sharing . Thank you so very much for what will now be my go to recipe! . Thank you for the simple recipe! I could eat this daily! }. Hope that’s okay. Apart from boiling water to make the noodles, this dish doesn’t even require cooking. Hi what if I don’t have rice vinegar ? This time I wasn’t feeling the meat and wanted to use GF noodles so I used soba noodles and it was awesome. I doubled the sauce with 1 lb of regular spaghetti. Buckwheat is a gluten free grain, the name is deceiving. To reduce the amount of heat in the final dish, use as little as 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes (or omit them entirely). But I thought it was a little dry. This is the first of 3 of your quick and easy recipes that I’m trying this week, and this will definitely be added to my list of recipes that I’ll make regularly! Do you think I could substitute a cole slaw mix for the shredded cabbage & carrots? Will make this again soon. Spaghetti? Could I substitute rice vermicelli noodles? I totally understand! Absolutely delicious!! YUMMMMY. Definitely takeout quality! I break this one out when I’m cooking for a large group and it’s always a hit. !thanks for sharing your great recipe! So I finally just named a board with your name. Loved these noodles, and everything you post! Thank you for such a yummy recipe – this will definitely be a go to meal in our house from now on. Just the noodles. It’s tossed with crunchy veggies, pasta and chicken! My partner loved it and we’ll definitely make again. Made this last night, so so good!!! I used vermicelli rice noodles, because that’s what I had on hand. Learned that when our organization put a cookbook together. 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes won’t give much eat at all, while 2 teaspoons will make it HOT. This particular recipe can be found on countless blogs, as can just about any other recipe. I already have copied this identical recipe from last year from another blog. I have yet to try a recipe on your site that we don’t like. This one will become a staple for us for sure. Serve immediately, garnished with cilantro and peanuts, if desired. Would definitely whip this up for my vegetarian friends. Awful. Thank you again for making my evening and beyond. Spicy Thai Peanut Noodles | Eating right can get boring sometimes and feel restrictive. I used some spaghetti I already had on hand but I definitely would’ve wanted to double the amount of sauce since it was so good! I used less the next time I did it and still to peanut buttery! Wow. }); Hi Mary! I think I could drown in the sauce! We like bell … Hi Lou! Adding noodles from the cooking water into the sauce pot will drag along some starchy liquid which is useful for thickening your sauce if you need it. But with a few tricks, a noodle dish tossed with a delicious, savory peanut butter and ginger sauce can be enjoyed guilt free. I made this for dinner last night, and WOW – it has such an incredible flavor. Required fields are marked *. For more info check our, peeled, quartered, and sliced thinly lengthwise. I cooked the cabbage just a bit as well. Yum! I’ll make it today for lunch instead. I have some I’m trying to use up. The peanut sauce is amazing. All of my go-to recipes are from here. I’ll use it for pasta, I bet it will be great, the sauce will do the magic trick! Have you ever substituted cashews or almonds? Yes! It was 2004, I didn’t have a lot of exposure to ethnic cuisine, and peanut butter with noodles just sounded weird. Looks wonderful!! Adults and kids alike. Only subs were crunchy peanut butter, egg noodles and shrimp instead of chicken. It was SUPER yummy! I’m sorry, but that recipe was horrible. Thanks for the feedback… Born and raised in Wisconsin, I am the Executive Chef and head of the Culinary Hill Test Kitchen. I love the little carrot shavings. Thank you! Dried ramen? Thank you for this recipe! We are thinking about adding water chestnuts and bean sprouts next time as well. Stir in cabbage, carrots and green onions until heated through, about 1 minute. if (Math.random() > 0.5) { I am doing your fish Taco’s tonight! I didn’t find it at the first two stores I looked at -Foodmaxx and Walmart. Your email address will not be published. This is delicious! … I just used rice noodles because that’s what I had on hand and I also just used a bagged cabbage & carrot mix, no chopping while my kids are screaming hangry…sign me up! Very good! After dumping the sauce, the noodle mix was dry & unappetizing, so I covered it & stuck it in the ‘fridge. Thank you. You can double or triple the sauce ingredients to your liking, Caralee. We added lots of spice to our bowls, but would have left that out for our kids. Can’t wait to make this dsh to. have you discovered Tamari? In a large bowl, whisk together broth, peanut butter, honey, soy sauce, crushed red pepper, ginger, and garlic until smooth. Couldn’t find refrigerated yaki soba noodles but found some oriental noodles that took maybe 3 minutes to cook and they worked great. Thank you so much for your fantastic contribution to my recipe collection, and our pleasure in eating the beautiful meals your recipes create. Me and my boyfriend love this we added broccoli and more noodles (by accident) and just doubled the sauce and it came out so good. Side note. Sometimes toss some extra veggies in just to get my daily dose. I chop & dice & cook every night, often experimenting with new recipes. Cider vinegar would be a great substitute. Will definitely be making this again. Yes, what a great idea to repurpose leftovers! Have you tried Liquid Aminos? I will make them over and over again. I also did the same with my veggies and roasted for a short time. soba? This will become one of my regular dishes. Wow! For more info check our privacy policy where you will get more info on where, how and why we store your data. i made it as a quarantine meal with what we had…i just used spaghetti and made the sauce and it was delicious. Do you ever … Done and done. Tweak the spiciness of your sauce up or down as you see fit. Thank you!! I'm Meggan Hill, the Executive Chef and head of the Culinary Hill Test Kitchen. Made this tonight for the first time and it was fab!! When making the sauce, I cooked the garlic and ginger in sesame oil for one minute first to release the aromatics and then added the remaining ingredients, turned off the heat and stirred the sauce. Made this tonight for our in-laws, it was a hit!! I used cream of coconut (which is basically the top cream of a can of coconut milk!) You’ve done a really great job with offering quick and easy recipes that have broad appeal. We’ll see if it’s as good as the first time. Have made this over & over again When I tried Thai Peanut Chicken the first time, I was skeptical. The yaki-soba noodles are delicious and I recommend taking the extra step to get to an Asian grocery store – well worth it.