Quick Asian Noodles: spicy, creamy and crunchy

Quick Asian Noodles: spicy, creamy and crunchy

Pastas

A noodle recipe with very Asian flavors and best of all, it's ready in minutes! Super simple and easy to make.

The already famous and delicious chili oil is super versatile, you can add it to salads, meats, vegetables, rice… and make these noodles that are really delicious. You know when you want to eat something really quickly, then?

It’s ready in minutes and full of flavor! Side dishes are suggestions, you can add whatever you want.

Noodles with Asian flavors in a bowl.Noodles with Asian flavors in a bowl.

Asian noodles: spicy, creamy and crunchy

Pre-preparation: 10 minutes

Preparation time: 5 minutes

Total: 15 minutes

Makes: 1 portion


  • 120 g noodle (cru)
  • 30 g chili oil
  • 30 g peanut butter (whole and sugar-free)
  • refined salt (August)
  • ground black pepper (August)
  • roasted peanuts (August)
  • fresh chives (August)
  • white sesame (toasted)
  • girl finger pepper (August)
Use the quantities in units of measurement in weight and volume when present. The measures in cups/spoons are just one system courtesy e less accurate .

1 cup: 250mL | 1 tablespoon: 15mL.


  • Cook the pasta of your choice according to the package instructions.
  • Heat the chili oil and peanut butter in a skillet to combine.
  • Add the cooked pasta with about ½ cup of the cooking water, mix well.
  • Adjust salt and pepper.
  • Serve with roasted peanuts, fresh chives, sesame seeds and fresh pepper.

  • Quantities: despite the amounts described, add more or less of the ingredients to suit your taste.

Portion: 100g | Calories: 848kcal (42%) | Carbohydrates: 96g (32%) | Protein: 24g (48%) | Fat: 46g (71%) | Saturated fat: 7g (44%) | Polyunsaturated Fat: 7g | Monosaturated Fat: 30g | Sodium: 956mg (42%) | Potassium: 470mg (13%) | Fiber: 2g (8%) | Sugar: 3g (3%) | Vitamin B2: 0mg (12%) | Calcium: 57mg (6%) | Ferro: 4mg (22%)

Nutritional information is just a courtesy of the system and generated automatically; may not reflect the nutritional reality of the recipe.