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Thai Noodles with Peanut Sauce October 11, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Food & Drink, Vegetarian Recipes.

220px-Carrots_of_many_colorsPeanut Sauce

1/2 cup peanut butter
1/4 cup water, hot
1/4 cup soy sauce
1 tsp. minced garlic
1 Tbsp. crystallized ginger
1/2 tsp. crushed red pepper
1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper
1/2 lb. cooked noodles
Stir Fried veggies
Chopped peanuts

Whisk peanut butter and warm water together until smooth.  Stir in remaining ingredients one at a time.

Toss peanut sauce with cooked noodles (spaghetti, linguine, fettucine or Asian).

Add stir fried, blanched, or lightly sautéed vegetables.

Some ideas: broccoli florets, grated carrot, red bell pepper strips, snow peas, diced celery, water chestnuts, bok choy, chopped onion, napa cabbage, baby corn, peas, cauliflower florets, or green beans.

Serve hot or cold.  Garnish with chopped peanuts.


1. cindy - October 11, 2010

My husband would fly to Florida for this 🙂

nrhatch - October 11, 2010

I bet he won’t have to . . . 😉

BTW: For those who want/need animal protein, serve bowls of shredded chicken, pork, or beef for diners to add with the peanuts.

2. Naomi - October 11, 2010

Delightful! I’m taking notes from all you top chefs 🙂

nrhatch - October 11, 2010

I’m no chef . . . but I have bunch of recipes for delcious and healthy meals that we love to EAT!

If the dishes magically appeared on the table while I wrote . . . that would work for me. 😉

3. andalibmarks - October 11, 2010

Oh YUM!!

Nancy, if you ever decide that you want or need a change of occupation, you could easily become a chef!!

Love this idea, in fact, I’m going to make it tonight!


nrhatch - October 11, 2010

Thanks, Andi! It’s a delish dish.

We thought about opening a small take out place. With freezers full of prepared meals for people to take home and reheat on nights when they don’t feel like cooking.

We also toyed with opening a B&B, but I’m not an early morning person and would NOT enjoy getting up at 3 am to fix biscuits for breakfast for hungry guests.

We seriously contemplated buying a sailboat and hosting lunch and dinner cruises, and sunset cocktail parties, on board for 15-20 passengers at a clip.

Who knows? Might still happen.

4. andalibmarks - October 12, 2010

OK, I made this dish last night.
Absolutely smashing!!
I’m still an ‘animal protein’ eating girl so I made mine with chicken and washed it down with a nice semi-sweet white wine.



nrhatch - October 12, 2010

We had it last night too! I also made lo mein (same veggies and noodles, different sauce).

Served this chilled (but spicy!) and the lo mein heated.

We rounded it out with egg rolls and . . . watermelon.

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