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Cook : Sesame Noodles Recipe

September 9, 2013

Sesame noodles is one of my go to dishes for picnics because it's flavorful and holds up well while being light yet satisfying. It's also super simple to make with ingredients I pretty much always have in my pantry. This is fantastic as a side dish or a main. I like to serve it for dinner sometimes along with my Taiwanese cucumber salad as a quick and easy vegetarian meal.

Sesame Noodle Recipe (serves 4)

Ingredients:
12 oz. regular or soba noodles
2 tbsp. tahini (sesame paste)
3 tbsp. soy sauce
1 tbsp. rice vinegar
1 tbsp. sesame oil
2 tbsp. mirin (Japanese rice wine)
1 tsp. honey
1 tsp. lime juice
1 tsp. of chili oil
1 - 2 persian cucumbers, peeled and julienned to 2" strips
1 carrot, peeled and julienned to 2" strips
Optional: 2 tbsp. toasted sesame seeds for garnish

Directions:
1. Cook noodles until just tender, rinse well under cold water and drain.

2. Add 2 tbsp. water to the tahini and thin it into a slightly watery paste.
3. Add the soy sauce, rice vinegar, sesame oil, mirin, lime juice, honey and chili oil to the tahini and mix well.
4. Pour the sauce over the noodles, cucumber and carrot and toss thoroughly to coat.
5. This can be served immediately at room temperature or refrigerated for an hour or two if you prefer it chilled. It will keep up to a few days in the refrigerator. You can refresh it with a few drops of sesame oil and mirin the next day as it does tend to dry out once chilled. 
54 comments on "Cook : Sesame Noodles Recipe"
  1. Oo sounds simple & quick enough to prepare beforehand for lunch on a school day. Where do buy tahini?

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    1. It's great for a quick easy lunch! You can find tahini at Whole Foods and most major super markets Mandy :)

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  2. Reading this near 2am makes me want noodles...right now :(
    I can already imagine how amazing/fantastic this would taste, but I'm surprised this isn't topped with toasted sesame seeds!

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    1. I included toasted sesame seeds as a optional ingredient for garnish. I tend not to use them because they get caught in my teeth O_o

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  3. Yum, these look marvellous :))) I must make them soon. Have a gorgeous week doll xx

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  4. Omg kove Sesame Noodles thanks for s haring looking forward in trying it out. Sfe it in my chef tap apo. By the way I nominated you for the Versatile Award come and read.
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  5. This looks absolutely deliiicious! I want some now~ ^_^

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  6. I love noodles! It looks yummy!
    :)

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  7. I love sesame oil and noodles! This one sure looks yummy and simple to throw together.

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  8. Hi Rowena, I dont remember if I told you yet but Asian food is one of my fav, yum! My regret is that here in my city we havent such kind of restaurants thats why I take advantages everytime I am abroad!:) Yum your noodles looks very tasty, would love to have them now!:) Kisses dear, have a great week ahead! (ps I pin your photo!)

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  9. This recipe sounds great and I will definitely try this out. Once I read the recipe it sounds and taste so refreshing. Thanks for sharing this.

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    1. It does! I hope you'll like it if you do try it out.

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  10. looks delicious. i love everything noodles! sounds like the perfect weekend lunch!

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  11. Rowena, sesame noodles are seriously one of my favorite things!! But I've been so sad ever since my wheat allergy came back :( Maybe this will work with rice noodles? lol! Not the same...

    Jessica
    cocoandmingo.com

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    1. Boo to your wheat allergy :( I've actually made these before with rice noodles and it's a little different but still tasty. You just have to reverse the ratio of the sesame oil and tahini to get it to taste right in that case.

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  12. yumm, looks delicious!
    i love your blog, would you like to follow each other? let me know :)

    Petush

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  13. Thanks for sharing, Rowena:) My whole fam loves noodle dishes, and this sounds right up our alley:D

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  14. Oh this looks yummy so glad for fall and getting cook more and make soup! I will have to try this too. Oh let me know if you want to hit some shows together in the spring I hope to have my ducks lined up by then. And hell I hope your ankle improves.

    Ali of Dressing Ken

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  15. it looks delicious rowena! i must give this a try. light, easy and good for you! that's exactly what I'm looking for. hahaha thanks for sharing.
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  16. awww they look so yummy


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    bianca
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  17. looks delish! wanna try this one.

    xoxo;
    Into The Blush, a Beauty Blog by Kenny.

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  18. These look so yummy!

    Tracy @ www.sunnydaystarrynight.com

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  19. Oh yummy!! I love sesame noodles, but I've actually never made any myself! Thank you for sharing the recipe!

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  20. I love sesame noodles, now I know how to make them! Thanks for sharing this recipe!
    XX, Elle
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  21. Yum, the noodles sound so good and I can actually have all the ingredients!

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  22. I can't wait to try this Rowena! I have Soba noodles in my pantry at the moment:) perfect! Thanks for sharing the recipe:)

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    1. You'll have to let me know how you like if you do try it Leslie :)

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  23. I love noodles! This looks so delicious and i want to try it.

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  24. Yumm Rowena!! this looks delicious!! I'm going to check out your cucumber salad now :)

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  25. Oh hmm that looks really delicious! And easy to do, nice.

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  26. Something I would like to try soon. :)

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  27. Looks yummy!! I really like to taste this wonderful dish) I like all kinds of noodle dishes!!! Gladly followed you with GFC and on Bloglovin', hope you can do same;)
    Wish you a blessed day ahead!

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  28. Yumminess, I am the hugest fan of anything with noodles so I have to try this out, thanks for sharing your delicious recipe. I doubt I will find tahini paste where I live, do you think it is possible to make it myself?

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    1. I've never tried to make tahini before but I would think you could make it yourself since it just consists of sesame seeds and oil.

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  29. oh my, this sounds easy enough even for someone like me not to mention delicious!
    i like sesame noodles and often order from a local Chinese restaurant but this time i will try and make some myself. ;)
    thanks for your recipe.

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  30. These sound absolutely delicious - thank you for sharing the recipe Rowena! I love sesame.

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  31. Oooh, I'm so excited and bookmarking now--sesame noodles is one of my all-fav things and I have never found a good recipe! Thank you for sharing :)

    xo Mary Jo

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  32. yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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  33. Wow looks delicious!!!
    Thank you so much for your sweet comment, dear Rowena!
    Have a good week!! my g+ and like for your post!!

    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

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  34. Im a 0 in the kitchen but this one is easy. Gotta try it.

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  35. YUM! I've been dieting because fashion week inspires me to try to lose some weight so this post has my mouth watering!
    xo
    Sharon

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  36. I have been looking for a new soba noodle recipe! Thanks for sharing!
    xoxo

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  37. ooOoo these noodles look really good. i'll be trying this sometime this week since i have to cook :D

    xoxo Sarah (xlicious girl)
    Japanese Gyaru Makeup Blog

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    1. Do let me know how you like it if you do Sara!

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  38. DELICIOUS! You got me all hungry. :D

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  39. My husband is obsessed with sesame noodles and I'm surprised I haven't made it before. Thanks for the recipe dear!


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    Chic 'n Cheap Living

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