Chilled noodles with peanut sauce
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Chilled noodles with peanut sauce
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:14:41 AM. Recipe ID 43706. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Chilled noodles with peanut sauce
 Categories: None
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
      1 lb Spaghetti; uncooked
    1/4 c  Sesame oil
    1/2 c  Creamy peanut butter
    1/3 c  Tamari (soy) sauce
      3 tb Sherry
      1 tb Water
  1 1/2 tb Rice wine vinegar
      1 tb Vegetable oil
      1 tb Light brown sugar; firmly
           -packed
      3    Cloves garlic; minced
      1 ts Ginger root; minced
    1/2 ts Crushed red pepper flakes
      1    Cucumber; peeled, seeded,
           -sliced
      4    Scallions; chopped into
           -1-inch long pieces
 
  Cost: $ - Preparation Time: 20 minutes Difficulty Level: 2 -
  Servings: 4
  
  1. Cook the noodles until al-dente. Drain, rinse under cold water, and
  drain very well once again.
  
  2. Toss the noodles with half of the sesame oil. Cover and chill for
  one hour.
  
  3. Prepare the peanut sauce by combining the remaining sesame oil
  with the peanut butter, tamari, sherry, water, rice wine vinegar,
  vegetable oil, brown sugar, garlic, ginger root, and crushed red
  pepper flakes. Blend well.
  
  4. Just before serving, gently toss the noodles with the peanut sauce,
  sliced cucumbers and the scallions. You can garnish with a tablespoon
  of diced scallions if you wish.
  
  NOTE: You can prepare both the noodles and peanut sauce a day ahead of
  time. When you're ready to serve, simply toss with the cucumbers and
  scallions and plate. You can also top with some shelled, unsalted
  peanuts before serving. 




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Recipe ID 43706 (Apr 03, 2005)

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