Thai Noodle Salad With Peanut Sauce Recipe

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Thai Noodle Salad with Peanut Sauce. Here it's made with rice noodles and a boatload of crunchy veggies-cabbage, carrots, bell pepper and radish, at that point hurled in the tastiest, adjusted peanut sauce ever.

Truly I might be one-sided – I've had numerous renditions of Thai peanut sauce, here and all through Thailand, yet this Thai Peanut Sauce is still pass on my unsurpassed top choice! Not very sweet, impeccably adjusted. The mystery ingredient is fresh squeezed orange, giving it a scrumptious brilliance. I exceptionally suggest making a twofold clump of the Thai Peanut Sauce to use with spring rolls or Buddha bowls. On the off chance that you resemble me you will eat it by the spoonful. It's that great! (Also realize that this works with almond margarine as well!)

This Thai noodle serving of mixed greens is incredible made ahead, keeps well for 3-4 days - ideal for midweek suppers and snacks. Top this with tasty Sesame Ginger Tofu or chicken for included protein. So scrumptious!

It begins with 6 ounces of dry noodles. So here once more, the salad is really, by volume more of veggies than noodles! My sort of salad.

Use linguine, soba noodles, pad Thai-style rice noodles, dark colored rice noodles or truly any pasta you have in your storeroom. Hurl the pasta with 4 measures of shredded veggies. Include scallions, jalapeño and cilantro (or basil) and hurl with the tasty peanut sauce. Top with toasted, crushed peanuts.

The salad gets increasingly more delightful every day.

Veggies like cabbage, carrots and radishes, stay crunchy in the salad, even more than a few days. The light and rich nut sauce is a pleasant complexity.

Make this as hot as you need. I adore including crisp, finely hacked jalapeño to the plate of mixed greens for a little added heat.

Hurl it up and serve it in a charming serving bowl.

Embellishment with the simmered pounded peanuts and cleaved scallion toward the end (so they remain new and crunchy).

Solid, delightful and filling-I adore having this Thai Noodle Salad close by for a brisk sound nibble as well!

Here it is with the Sesame Ginger Tofu. So great!

A refrigerator brimming with make-ahead salads, which is the thing that we've been devouring at home this week. Overly convenient and efficient, these are simple mid-week dinners! Make a bunch on Sunday and have consistently!


·         6 ounces dry noodles (brown rice noodles, pad Thai style rice noodles, soba noodles, linguini)

·         4 cups mix of cabbage, carrots and radish, shredded or grated

·         1 red bell pepper, finely sliced

·         3 scallions, sliced

·         ½ bunch cilantro, chopped (or sub basil and mint)

·         1 tablespoon (or less, or more) jalapeño, finely chopped

·         ¼–½ cup roasted, crushed peanuts ( garnish)

·         Thai Peanut Sauce ( make a double batch and save the rest for another use)

·         3 thin slices ginger- cut across the grain, about the size of a quarter.

·         1 fat clove garlic

·         ¼ cup peanut butter (or sub almond butter!)

·         ¼ cup fresh orange juice ( roughly ½ an orange)

·         3 tablespoon fresh lime juice ( 1 lime)

·         2 tablespoons soy sauce or GF Braggs Liquid Amino Acids (Note: Tamari will turn this unpleasantly dark)

·         3 tablespoons honey or agave

·         3 tablespoons toasted sesame oil

·         ½ –1 teaspoon cayenne pepper ( or a squirt of sriracha sauce)

·         ½ teaspoon salt


Cook pasta as indicated by headings on package. (See notes for rice noodles) Drain and chill under cold running water.

Meanwhile, mix the nut sauce ingredients together in a blender until smooth.

Spot shredded veggies, bell pepper, scallions, cilantro and jalapeño into a serving bowl. Hurl. Add the cool noodles to the serving bowl and hurl once more. Pour the nut sauce over top and hurl well to consolidate.

Taste, change the salt and serve, decorating with simmered peanuts and cilantro and a lime wedge.


On the off chance that cooking pad thai style rice noodles, add the noodles to a pot of bubbling water. Turn heat off, mix and let soak 2-3 minutes until delicate, channel and keep running under cool water.