Sesame noodles are one of my very favorite things in this world. They’re great on their own for lunch, or you can toss it with any number of meats or veggies to make a more substantial meal. I’ve always loved the pre-packaged sesame noodles that I could buy in the deli of a local grocery chain. But, as with most things, I knew a homemade version had to be much better.

For December, its been unseasonably warm here in Maryland. In all honesty, I’m ready for that cold snap – but it hasn’t come yet. It feels so odd to be hunting for our Christmas tree in 65 degree weather! I normally wouldn’t be hungry for a cold pasta dish in December. But, last week I had about a half pound of pasta leftover from a meal – so I halved the recipe and took some pictures. They made a delightful side dish for a roasted pork loin that I made later in the week.

I like to add a smidgen of peanut butter, for a Thai twist. Also, some Sriracha for a little kick of heat. I used a thicker pasta noodle for this batch, but usually use a thin spaghetti. I usually like to add a bit of diced roasted red pepper as well, but I didn’t have any handy. No matter, it’s still perfect. A great dish to enjoy for lunch throughout the week!

4 Comments

  1. Posted December 6, 2011 at 2:04 PM | Permalink

    I have to try this, what a refreshing taste it must have.

  2. Posted December 9, 2011 at 11:40 AM | Permalink

    I made your recipe a couple of days ago and LOVED it! I loved the flavour of the sesame, peanut butter and the slight kick of Sriracha. This will be going in our weekly rotation – thanks for a great recipe!

  3. Posted December 19, 2011 at 1:07 PM | Permalink

    These noodles look totally delicious – I love sesame noodles and I’ll have to try it out! 🙂

  4. Kelley
    Posted February 9, 2013 at 10:26 AM | Permalink

    Made this for dinner the other night, delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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