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Thai Chicken and Sesame Noodles

Thai Chicken and Sesame Noodles recipe
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This has become my "signature dish"...our dinner guests request it and when our church does dinner on the grounds, people request that I make it!! It is simple to make more
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on 4/8/2010
30 min
1 hr 30 min
8 servings, 2-1/4 cups each
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I would give this 10 stars if I could!! It's better than anything I've had at a restaurant. The only thing I did different was use the bottle dressing (couldn't find the package mix) and added the last half of the dressing along with the onions, cilantro, spaghetti, etc., just a bit before the chicken was cooked, and that way the sauce got a chance to heat. It was WONDERFUL!!! My husband now thinks I'm a great cook.
Used Kraft Asian Toasted Sesame dressing and regular spaghetti and it turned out delicious. Perfect amount of heat and sweet.
Good taste. Couldn't find the envelope mix so I bought a similar premade marinade. It worked out and tasted good. Don't know if it's worth making again - but I did like it!
I did this for a dinner party along with won tons and everyone thought it was great. I used the thicker noodle instead of the thin and I also used the pre made dressing in the bottle from the same company. A+++
I would probably use regular spaghetti noodles next time, the thin noodles got a little mushy, I also added sesame seeds. It was good!
Rather than making the dressing from the mix suggested, I, being one who prefers the easiest way to anything tasty, used Kraft Asian Toasted Sesame dressing. It was delicious to say the least. I also used top ramen noodles rather then thin spaghetti. Boil water, add noodles, remove from heat source and let sit 2-3 minutes then drain and rinse with cold water.
Good! I just wanted to comment on those that could find the season to try like Food Lion or even a Farm Fresh if you have one in your area.
I cannot find the GOOD SEASONS Asian Sesame Salad Dressing & Recipe Mix. I tried 2 Krogers, Walmart and Meijer. Can someone help?
i thought this was pretty ok but i'm not much for Asian cuisine's but i'm whole family loved it and definently want me to make it again.
This is by far the best recipe I've tried from this site. I don't know much about cooking Asian-style food, so I'm glad to find something simple and tasty!
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