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Peanut Noodles with Salmon and Vegetables

  • Prep Time 0:10
  • Cook Time 0:20
  • Estimated Cost $14.25

If I have one major weakness, it’s peanut sauce. This very simple, tasty peanut sauce transforms regular noodles, veggies and fish into a decadent yet easy-to-make supper. The salmon can easily be replaced by chicken or shrimp. Try tempeh or tofu for a vegetarian version.


  • 1/2 lb spaghetti or fresh Chinese wheat noodles $1.25
  • 1/4 cup peanut butter, chunky or creamy Pantry
  • 2 tbsp soy sauce $1.50 for 12 oz.
  • 1 tbsp Sriracha or other Asian chili sauce $2.50 for 12 oz
  • 1 tbsp honey Pantry
  • one lime, juiced $0.50
  • 1/4 red cabbage, cored and sliced $1
  • 2 handful sugar snap peas, halved, ends removed $1
  • 1 small bunch fresh cilantro, chopped $1
  • 1 small bunch fresh mint, chopped $1
  • 1 6-oz fillet of salmon $4
  • 1 tsp vegetable oil Pantry

Recipe Serves 2


  1. Cook spaghetti or noodles according to package directions in salted water. While they cook, whisk together the peanut butter, chili sauce, lime juice, honey, and soy sauce. Set aside.
  2. Heat the oil in a small frying pan over high heat. Cook the salmon for 2-3 minutes on each side until thoroughly cooked. Flake with a fork into 1" pieces.
  3. Once the noodles are cooked, drain and rinse them. Toss the noodles together with the vegetables, mint, cilantro, and peanut sauce. Top with the salmon.

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maggie (p&c), on Mar 2, 05:40 AM, wrote:

Yum. Totally have a weakness for this stuff, too.

Ouis, on Mar 2, 07:07 AM, wrote:

Peannnnnutttttt Butttterrrr. (drooool). And being the lowcarb foodie that I am, I use shirataki noodles and xylitol honey—but otherwise, this is one of my current faves! Great Pic Gab!

yannick, on Mar 2, 05:14 PM, wrote:

if you are a sucker for peanut sauce, be sure to check out the indonesian kitchen. they have mastered this to an art. known under the name of ‘sate sauce’ or ‘sateh sauce’, recipes can be found. I usually improvise, but this is what I usually would put in: (no real order in it, but you should all be able to figure it out – fry an onion in vegetable oil, add some garlic, and ground ginger. – after a few minutes, add peanut butter, and a piece of lemongrass (sereh) – add sriracha or other asian chili sauce (you /can/ also make this yourself of course) to taste.

add and remove ingredients as you please of course.

Share and enjoy!

Michael Gibson, on Mar 3, 02:25 PM, wrote:

Oh My Lord. I’m making this now and just tasted the peanut sauce. I’m half tempted to stop and just eat the bowl of sauce. So tasty.

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