Monday, July 23, 2007

cold sesame noodles

My mom taught me how to make this dish about a year ago. It's taken me this long to get around to making it myself. It's perfect for the heat wave we've been having.

cold sesame noodles
This is so great for hot weather. The noodles and sauce stay the same and you can add whatever other things you like. I've used chicken, tomatoes, and cucumber, but you can add bean sprouts, shredded fresh bamboo, shrimp, whatever you have around that might taste good with something peanuty/sesame-y.

To make the sauce, take 1 part sesame paste, 2 parts peanut butter, add enough hot water to make it smooth (cold water works, too, but the hot water brings it together faster), and add soy sauce, vinegar, and chili oil to taste. For the noodles, you can use spaghetti (which is what my mom uses). I used some Chinese noodles that were in my cupboard.

[noodles, sesame sauce (sesame paste, peanut butter, soy sauce, rice wine vinegar, hot water, chili oil), cucumbers, tomatoes, chicken]



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