Sesame Noodles
September 03rd, 2014 24 Comments

Sesame Noodles

Sesame Noodles

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Sesame Noodles

Delicious sesame noodles with a rich and creamy sesame sauce. This sesame noodle recipe is so easy you can make it for the entire family in 15 minutes with easy-to-get ingredients.

This recipe was originally posted in 2012. Updated with new sesame noodles pictures.

Sesame Noodles

March, which also happens to be National Noodles Month is drawing to a close and I have just the noodle dish to end the celebration with a bang: sesame noodles. This noodle dish of Sichuan origin is perfect for anytime of the year, especially when it is back-to-school time and mom are always running out of time to prepare family’s dinner.

Sesame Noodles

It is so easy to make, with simple ingredients that you can get at any stores, and kids and adults alike love the sesame noodles. What’s more, you can prepare these noodles in the morning or afternoon and serve it for dinner as the dish does not require re-heating. Yet the rich, savory taste of the sauce will please everyone’s taste buds and palate, and they will be asking for more, including picky eater.

Sesame Noodles

The main ingredients that pack the sesame sauce full of flavors are sesame oil, sesame paste, sweet soy sauce, creamy peanut butter and rice vinegar. The amounts I listed in my sesame noodles recipe are completely up to your taste, so you can adjust the seasonings according to your liking.

Sesame Noodles

One serving of sesame noodles pack all the nutrition, but you can serve it with chicken, miso-glazed salmon, or a simple garlic boy choy. The possibilities are endless. I love it so much as this sesame noodles also make a great lunch box for kids at school, so try this recipe.

RECIPE HERE: Sesame Noodles
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24 comments... read them below or add one

  1. Joy says:

    The noodles look wonderful.

  2. Babs says:

    This looks amazing and easy to do (even for me). I do believe I even have all of the ingredients on hand and so will try this today. Thanks for a great looking dish.

  3. Rinat says:

    A great recipe for light vegetarian dinner, i am going to try it tonight,thank you.
    i wish i could get a visa to Malaysia,your food and country looks so good!

  4. This is sooo good hot or cold we call it tan tan mien

  5. Wee Bong via Facebook says:

    tq for sharing…;)

  6. Evelyn Lew via Facebook says:

    Yummy…..made this for dinner tonight.

  7. alan says:

    i will try this wonderful recipe . i love to cook noodles especially rice noodles in tom yum soup.

  8. Wil says:

    Spring is in the air here in London. Cooking these delicious noodles is the perfect accompaniment to the birdsong drifting in through the window… and a nice, cold beer. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

  9. Bernie says:

    I absolutely LOVE these noodles, especially in the summer!! Adding some hot chili oil is a nice touch. I will have to try them with a bit of heat added.

    Thanks for the great tip!!

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  11. Ron Henderson says:

    In the front page description you mention use of “..creamy peanut butter..” I did not see this in the recipe and to be honest with you, I see no place for peanut butter in this dish – dish is great as it stands.

  12. Lily says:

    I made these last night and it was so delicious! I love the toasty flavor brought in by the tahini. The chili oil is a must for the perfect hint of warmth and spice. I love your recipes and always find the ideas, ingredients, and steps so accessible and so full of variety. Thank you!

  13. Lynne says:

    The recipe doesn’t say “ADD” sauce ingredients to the pan with the noodles. I’m assuming everyone knows that’s what you do! LOL

  14. Yum!!! I swear Bee, I think I have maybe 99% of your recipes bookmarked!!

  15. Vi says:

    You’re right this is really good. The second time I made this, I added steamed broccoli and I use bean thread noodles instead of the other ones. It was so good.

  16. J says:

    Hello, I went to the Chinese store. There are so many brands of Chinese sesame paste. Can you please post a picture of the one you use? Thank you

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