This bright and colorful Asian Noodle Salad is a gluten-free vegan meal that's filled with fresh vegetables and tossed in a spicy creamy nutty dressing. Actually, I recommend that you make it ahead of time! This is the type of salad you can really have as a full meal for lunch or dinner.
Packed with crunchy veggies, edamame, rice noodles and a scrumptious garlicky, gingery peanut-lime dressing, this Thai Peanut Noodle Salad recipe is make ahead ready and simple to pull together! Thai flavors quickly rose to the top of my list of favorites. Ingredients for this Peanut Rice Noodle Salad.
Estimated values based on one serving size. I used a spiralizer for my cucumbers and carrots, also through in extra green onion at the end and some extra sriracha when making the sauce! Huge hit!
Summer is still in full swing. My sister-in-law made it and got the recipe from her mom. When she left I knew I had to email her for the recipe and share it with all of you.
Vegan and Gluten-Free! Keep some room in your heart for the unimaginable. The other day I got a hankering for an old standby we used to have on the Mizuna menu, the vegetarian restaurant my friend Tonia and I started together way back when.
You can adjust the spice level to suit your taste, but I like my peanut noodles super spicy! These spicy Thai peanut noodles were no exception! I could eat it on anything, okay except cupcakes.
When my brother and I were in grade school, I remember my mom always made us the coolest lunches. There was something about the ice cold noodles and the creamy peanut butter mixture that made the noodles addicting. Jason and I would keep sneaking into the fridge to eat a few noodles. The sauce for these cold spicy peanut sesame noodles is irresistible and totally makes the dish what it is!
This Cold Peanut Noodle Salad is the perfect meal prep for summer! So have a salad for lunch this week, and enjoy it. The meal prep containers and dressing containers shown above can be found in my Amazon Shop.
Asian noodle salad — spaghetti or linguine pasta tossed with snap peas, sliced red bell peppers and smothered with peanut dressing made with sesame oil, soy sauce, honey, garlic, fresh ginger and toasted sesame seeds! Light, refreshing, crunchy and easy-to-make salad or dinneranyone? When I first found this cold Asian noodle salad recipe with homemade peanut sauce salad dressing, of all things! I found that the proportions of the salad dressing ingredients are pretty accurate and hardly need any adjustment, but feel free to add just a touch more of peanut butter if you like it more peanut butterymore honey if you want the dressing sweeteror just a touch more soy sauce to make it saltier.