If you like easy recipes, this is for YOU! These Thai Peanut Noodles can be made in minutes and is so flavorful.
I just love meals that are versatile,
and this is that kind of recipe.
The sauce can be made as spicy or mild as you like, by adjusting the amount of crushed red pepper you add and and if you like it with more of a kick add in some chili oil and heat the sauce up and smell the spiciness!
This is an all around perfect meal, add cooked chicken if you like. Enjoy this HOT or COLD, which is why it’s perfect to bring to the beach and enjoy while you are digging your toes into the sand.
You can have a really fun casual dinner party by serving this in those white to go Asian containers and pairing it with a set of chopsticks!
Everyone will love it.
Here is the recipe for the THAI PEANUT SAUCE
Now grab a pound of pasta. I prefer spaghetti.
Cook it according to package directions.
If you want to eat this dish hot, heat up some of the Thai Peanut Sauce and toss it onto the freshly cooked pasta, top with some chopped peanuts, diced green onion and add on some sesame seeds too!
If you want to enjoy it cold, rinse the noodles in cold water until they are completely cool, to speed this up add some ice cubes to the water and let the noodles soak for a few minutes. Drain all the water off the noodles and toss wit some Thai Peanut Sauce, then top with the same yummy toppings as when serving it hot, diced green onions, chopped peanuts and sesame seeds.
Make plenty because this is one dish you will WANT to enjoy LEFTOVER!
- ½ to 1 cup Thai Peanut Sauce recipe linked in post and can be found HERE
- 1 pound pasta (spaghetti)
- 3 green onions diced
- ½ cup peanuts chopped
- 1 tablespoon sesame seeds, I love the contrast of black seeds on the pasta
- Cook pasta according to package directions
- Add sauce to pasta and toss until the pasta is fully coated
- Top plates of peanut noodles with diced green onion, chopped peanuts and sesame seeds.
- If you want to serve it cold:
- Rinse noodles in cold water until they are completely cooled, toss with sauce, and add on some diced green onions, chopped peanuts and sesame seeds when you plate it.
When the noodles are hot they seem absorb more sauce then when they are cold. So adjust the amount of sauce you put on them accordingly. I like extra sauce drizzled over the top myself, so I usually serve a small side dish of sauce!