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Simple recipe to embellish any dish. Main Dish or as a side dish, this recipe can add a kick and zing to your table.
(My mother knew this recipe so well, she didn't write any instructions)
Possibly saute garlic in oil, add the rest into the cooked oriental noodles and toss.
The instructions are only from memory. try not to quote me... yet :)
When I pulled this from her recipe box, the note said " chili peppers too hot! try 1/2 teaspoon". I mis that gal.
Porpo83 8m agoMade for guests and was a big hit with the Breadless Tuna Melt. Kept well as leftover for lunch.
julieamcnamara 1y ago3rd time making this. ..tried others but this is so simple and our favorite
FOODLAMA 1y agoEveryone in my clan really liked this, so apparently I made it correctly even without instructions :- ) I cooked the noodles to package directions & sauteed the garlic in sesame oil. I then added some onion and green pepper and continues to saute. I then added the vegetable oil, soy sauce, a few sesame seeds, and pepper flakes to the pan and coated the noodles a few minutes. Using this method I would probably lower the amount of vegetable oil to 1/8 cup to make it a bit healthier but the flavor was pretty amazing.
mommalynsey 1y agoI added diced red peppers and a little ginger to my noodles. came out amazing.. I didn't get photos this time but will for next time.
likes2cook2 1y agoI added some veggies to make it a little healthier. I sauteed some onion, bell pepper, carrots, and kale it turned out delicious!
Jenjennifer 3y agoEasy to make. Great addition to a chinese food feast.
mikeinike7 3y ago
Savemilo2005 3y agoFantastic easy to make dish. Is like to add shrimp next.
laineymainey 4y agoI made these noodles with chili paste instead of crushed red pepper. It ran out of the pepper, but it was still yummy!
Fipi18 6y agoNice! Would make it again