I just made a few modifications: Used 2 Tbsp of low sodium soy sauce instead of the 1/4 cup, and used fresh lime juice instead of vinegar. Simply cook and toss with the sauce. Hi Kathy! You can go for a simple meal and garnish the noodles with chopped green onions and toasted sesame seeds. Tag me @crunchycreamysweet so I can check it out and leave a comment! Would love to give this a try! Didn’t have chili sauce on hand but used red pepper flakes it added just the right amount of heat .Also added chicken and carrots and peas . Hope to try this recipe out this week! Loved this recipe this was the first time trying peanut noodles. I think the recipe is a nice balance of ingredients.i think it’s important to use low sodium soy sauce as the recipe calls for, otherwise it will be too salty. ... Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You can use any you like in this dish! Love your tips about red bell pepper. Nutty, slightly spicy sauce tossed with noodles, cooks in just 10 minutes. So good! peanut noodles, peanut sauce noodles, sesame noodles. Added edamame, as suggested, and probably almost tripled the chili paste portion because we love the stuff. Yum. Thai Peanut Noodles Recipe – nutty, slightly spicy sauce tossed with noodles that cooks in just 10 minutes. Thai food is one of our family’s favorites!! Also added almond butter for extra creaminess. I love noodles, but I haven’t tried it with peanuts! Remove from the heat and set aside. Hi Maureen! Thai name Thai script English name Image Region Description Chim chum: จิ้มจุ่ม A Thai style … I love that you added coconut milk and that everyone loved it! Sounds great! Really delicious! I need to try this recipe. We made it with Fettuccini noodles and spicy Thai chili sauce. Filed Under: Asian, Dinner, recipe Tagged With: Chinese, noodles, peanut, sesame, takeout. Garnish noodles with chopped green onions and toasted sesame seeds. I love this recipe! Yes! I also thinly sliced a red bell pepper and threw that in the colander before draining the cooked noodz. If you don't want to buy special noodles or don't have time for a trip to the store, use spaghetti or fettuccine noodles. Hi Ashley! It sounds so delicious!! Also added in a little shredded carrot and scrambled egg for colour! This is easy and delicious! These Thai Sesame Noodles are the fastest dinner you can make on a busy day. So delicious. Serve immediately. I was so delighted to find this recipie! My co-workers will be jealous! I also added some coconut milk as another reviewer had recommended. If you look at the Asian section of your grocery store, you will find several kinds of noodles. Tasted pretty good. We also crushed peanuts on top. I also added chicken marinades with oyster sauce, garlic chili sauce, msg, and pepper – fried it in garlic and seasoned wok oil. The easiest and fastest takeout dinner you can make in your own kitchen! Peanut Butter - I try to buy organic, this article on the pros and cons or organic peanut butter, might help you decide. Thank you so much for trying it! This was tasty! I am so glad the noodles were a hit! It's tossed with crunchy veggies, pasta and chicken! Yay! Thank you for making my recipe, Melanie! Creamy Chicken Gnocchi Soup (Olive Garden Copycat). I microwaved the sauce for 30s to make sure the on was all melted. If you like this recipe and make it, snap a photo and share it on INSTAGRAM! Your email address will not be published. I only had regular soy sauce so I used less and added coconut milk. Wow!! Thanks so much!! This is my kind of pasta dish, the flavors are outstanding! I finely minced a clove of garlic and threw it in with the sauce. Thank you so much for trying my recipe! To make Thai Peanut Noodles, you only need two ingredients: noodles and peanut sauce. You can store the sauce in the fridge to use later (just remember to shake well before using) or pour over hot noodles and toss. That’s fantastic! This would make an amazing dinner for a busy day! These spicy Thai peanut noodles were no exception! We love spicy in my home so I added a bit more pepper. It was delicious and a definite keeper of a recipe. Sooooo good! I made this tonight and it will be a regular in my Asian line up. Or any time, as far as that goes! Cook Noodles: Cook pasta according to directions on package.