CHINESE NOODLES WITH SESAME SAUCE

CHINESE NOODLES WITH SESAME SAUCE

1 tsp. Freshly ground ginger

6 tbs. Chopped scallions

2 cloves garlic

Tabasco to taste

2 tsp. white vinegar

1 tsp. ground Chinese or black pepper

2 tbs. Toasted Sesame seeds

2 tsp. Sugar or honey

2 tbs. Tahini mixed with 1 tsp. Oil

Pinch of cinnamon

Soy sauce to taste

1 tbs. vegetable oil

Handful of bean sprouts (optional)

1 bag of Chinese Buckwheat noodles or vermicelli or any thin flat spaghetti (12 oz.)

1. Mix first 11 ingredients (omit 2 lbs. scallions) in high-speed blender for 1 minute

2 Boil noodles till done, but firm. Rinse in cold water and pour into bowl. Add vegetable oil and mix to prevent sticking.

3. Drop bean sprouts into boiling water. Count to 3 and rinse with cold water and add to noodles.

4. Spoon on sauce, mix well, serve with remaining scallions sprinkled on top. Although the dish is traditionally served cold it may be served hot as well.


Zel and Reuben Allen
Vegetarians in Paradise
http://www.vegparadise.com

One Response to “CHINESE NOODLES WITH SESAME SAUCE”

  1. This sounds really simple. The sesame sauce sounds amazing🙂
    Thanks for sharing🙂

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