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Simple Sesame Noodles Yummy !!!
Food & Drink
Start by cooking noodles. Japanese noodles, linguine, angel hair…or thin spaghetti, which is all I had in the house. Drain them and keep warm.
Next comes the simple sauce/dressing: 1/4 cup soy sauce. These measurements are all approximations; I almost always go in after the fact and taste, adjust, taste, adjust.
Chop up 3 to 4 cloves of garlic
Now add 3 tablespoons white sugar to the soy sauce.
Sweet and savory. It’s my favorite combination.
Throw in the garlic.
Rice vinegar. You can get it anywhere!
Add about 2 tablespoons.
Next comes sesame oil, which is one of my top ten favorite culinary scents of all time. It’s seriously up there with rosemary, cilantro, and baking bread. Sesame oil makes everything delicious.
Add 2 to 3 tablespoons
It’s a strong flavor, so you might start with 2, then work your way up from there.
Next comes hot chili oil, sold in the Asian aisle of supermarkets Start with 1/2 teaspoon. You can always add more later. It’s spicy.
Next comes canola oil about 4 to 5 tablespoons. This’ll just add to the volume of the sauce/dressing a bit, without adding much more flavor—the flavor we’ve already added is stuh-RONG also add 1 to 2 tablesoons of hot water before whisking the mixture together. That always gives it consistency
Throw the warm noodles into a large bowl
Now just pour in the sauce.
Gently toss the noodles together with tongs. Or your hands, as long as they’re clean.
There’s plenty of sauce/dressing, so toss and toss and toss to get the noodles thoroughly coated.
Now grab a few green onions and lop off the tops…
Then slice ‘em up and sprinkle ‘em on the noodles.
Really go for it! The green onions give the noodles a wonderful flavor.