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Noodles with Peanut sauce

 

2 cups cooked noodles (I use whole wheat spaghetti)

2 tbl peanut butter

1 tbl soy sauce

1 tbl hot water

dash of ginger

 

Mix peanut butter, soy sauce, ginger and hot water in a little bowl till smooth. Pour over noodles.

 

4 (1/2 cup) servings = 3 pts per serving

2 (1 cup) servings = 6 pts per serving.

 

I'm thinking of adding stir fried shrimp, a sprinkling of crushed peanuts, chopped green onions and a lime wedge to squeeze over all and make it a Pad Thai subsitute. :bcb_grin


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SW 281.2 / CW 220.8 / Goal 159 (10/13/07)

Part II SW 277.2 / CW 267.2 / Goal 169 10lbs gone!

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This sounds so yummy!

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I make something similar to this, I do add a sprinkling of peanuts, I have added shrimp, but I really like to add a shredded carrot. It adds a nice cool, crisp texture. It is really good.


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Just made this and it's YUMMY! Thanks for the idear. :bcb_bravo

I didn't realize that it was 3/6 pts for the SAUCE! (Duh.)


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Thanks so much! I was just craving something like this. I went to Target yesterday and saw their deli salad that I used to get with the noodles and Thai peanut sauce. I have been wondering how to make a good substitute that is points-friendly and not so spicy. This sounds perfect. :bcb_bigsm


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I made this and it was great, I used PB2 instead of regular PB and it was yummy!


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High weight while pregnant 300

CW 278

Down 12lbs so far

Working on getting back down to thin!

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This sounds SOOOOOO good, I'm definitely trying it with green onions and adding mushrooms and the lime slice. PAD THAI here I come!!!!! :)


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CW: January 8 '09: 152

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I made this tonight for myself. In fear of eatting it all I made 1 1c serving for 6pts.

 

1 cup cooked linguine noodles

1 tbsp PB

1 tsp of soy sauce

2 tsp of pasta water

1 chopped green onion

 

It was delicious and filling, next time I am going to add some diced carrots and snow peas.:bcb_up

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I made this the other night as a side dish for the TJ's Mandarin Chicken, along with some snow peas. What a delicious meal. Excellent recipe!

Thanks Terri!

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This looks fantastic, think I'm going to make it for our potluck at work tomorrow!! Thanks for the idea, I LOVE pad thai...


Kari

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Pounds lost: 44

Total lost since my little girl was born on Dec. 17/06 : 74 YAHOOOOOO :bcbkickbu

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I made this and it was great, I used PB2 instead of regular PB and it was yummy!

 

I was just about to suggest that. I keep meaning to try either the House Foods Shirataki Noodles or Miracle Noodles in a recipe like this as well.

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