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Pretty good with a few changes to add flavor. I added 2 cloves of garlic 2 tbsp of sugar and about 1/4 cup of rice vinegar. I also doubled the amount of cayenne pepper in total substituted scallions for cilantro. Next time I may add some ginger too. Goes great accompanied with a hot stir fry.
We have this at least once a month. It's so easy to play around with...adding as you please. I always add in stir-fried chicken and what ever veggies I have stir-fried along side like cabbage and cauliflower. Just toss it all together and season. I usually toss the noodles with garlic oil (garlic crushed with a motar and pestel and fried in oil till golden) before I add other ingredients. My hubby is not a fan of sesame oil so I leave that out. Use your imagination with this. Thanks Ashley.
The dish is very simple and tasty and can be customized with anything you have on-hand for variety. I used the above recipe and added a little extra soy sauce some halved grape tomatoes and some sliced green onions and I squeezed in a lime for a little extra flavor.
A little bland. I used rice noodles instead of spaghetti to make it a little more authentic asian and tried adding more cayenne pepper to add more flavor but it just made my mouth burn without adding any flavor.