Cajun Spice For Noodles
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Cajun Spice For Noodles
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:11:53 AM. Recipe ID 39587. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Cajun spice for noodles
 Categories: None
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
      3 oz Cayenne pepper
      1 oz Paprika
      2 oz Dark chili powder
      1 oz White pepper
           Lite soy sauce
           White wine
           Extra virgin olive oil
           Japanese noodles
           Broccoli; chopped
           Sesame seeds
           Sesame oil
           Peanut oil
      1    Scallion
 
  Mix together all spices and set aside. Mix soy sauce a few drops of
  white wine, a few drops of sesame oil and a lot of sesame seeds in
  large bowl.
  
  Prepare broccoli until firm. Drain and add to the soy mixture. Boil
  the noodles only 2/3 of the recommended cooking time. Drain, rinse
  with cold water, add to the soy mixture.
  
  Mix the noodles and broccoli until well coated and little liquid
  remains in the bottom of the bowl.
  
  Add spice mixture a teaspoon at a time to taste . START OFF WITH A WEE BIT TO SEE HOW HOT YOU CAN
  TAKE IT OR WANT IT!
  :-)
  
  Heat some peanut oil in a pan on medium heat. Add noodle mixture to
  pan and stir fry until all is heated through and no liquid remains in
  pan.
  
  Stir continuously or noodles will stick together. Remove from pan and
  garnish with thin sliced scallions. Serve immediately.
  
  NOTES : *You should have a lot of the spice left over.  This can be
  used on meat, chicken, fish or anything you can imagine eating HOT!
  I roasted a turkey with it and it was delish! Store remainder spice
  mixture in an airtight container. Recipe 




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Recipe ID 39587 (Apr 03, 2005)

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