Thai Noodles

Photo Credit: Budget Bytes


8 oz spaghetti or linguine pasta

1 Cup shredded carrots

1 Tbs sesame seeds

¼ Cup peanut butter

2 Tbs mayonnaise

2 Tbs soy sauce (you probably got a deal on Kikkomon)

2 Tbs canola oil

2 Tbs hot water

1 Tbs rice vinegar (can substitute with white vinegar)

1 Tbs toasted sesame oil

2 tsp honey

½ tsp ginger

1 clove of garlic


Cook noodles according to box instructions. Drain and rinse in cold water. In a large bowl toss noodles, carrots,  and sesame seeds and set aside. Mix peanut butter, mayo, soy sauce, canola oil, hot water, vinegar, seaseme oil, honey, ginger and garlic in blender or food processor until smooth. Toss into noodles. Serve.

Recipe Credit: June Parents Magazine

Comments & Reviews

  • This looks good! I have all the ingredients and am making it for dinner tonight. THANKS! 🙂

  • My hubby loves Thai food. Ever since he moved here from Cali he hasn’t had any. He can’t wait for me to make this! Thanks Monica!

  • Your welcome ladies! We had it for dinner tonight and it was approved by DH and both little boys!

  • I bet it would be “fabulous” if you added chicken….

  • Guess what we are going to have for dinner tomorrow, with a bit of grilled chicken!! Sounds great!!!!

  • Thank you for posting recipes for the stockpile we get..its awesome! Cant wait to make this..Mmmm..thank you again!

  • We totally ate this for dinner last night and it was delicious. Seriously, very rarely do my husband and I both like something, and we were both begging for seconds.

  • I’m SO excited to finally see a Thai noodle recipe that doesn’t include fish sauce!!! THANK YOU!!!!

  • HI ladies:
    This first of all is a thank you for a great recipe – and also for your mission to save us all money – can’t fault that one bit.
    However. . . (you knew there was going to be a “however”), I am a stickler for using proper English and usage – when our children do not see us using the correct forms, how are they going to do well in the business world after us?
    So, please corect the following (if you feel you would like to be correct):
    In your “Welcome” box, you say you want “to help you live fabulous for less”. Actually “fabulous” should be an ‘adverb’, not an adjective . The CORRECT expression is: “to help you live “fabulously” for less.
    Next and last correction: Many, many peoiple get these poissesive uses of “you are” confused. In Monica’s reply to Collen’s post on May 22, 2012, she starts by saying “Your welcome”. The CORRECT usage is: “You’re welcome’ which is the CONTRACTION for ‘you are”. The use of ‘your’ is possessive and not correct here. “Your’ is corectly used when a person says: ‘your firend’ or your dog’ but when you need to say ‘you are’ you must use ‘you’re’.
    Okay, off my English soapbox but the more people try to use good English, the better our children will be at communicating in the wider world.
    Thanks for listening and I love your site and great food ideas!.
    Most sincerely,

    • Sue, I am a proofreader by profession so, please correct the following (if you feel you would like to be correct):
      *english-no capital required
      * ‘using proper English and usage’ – this is a double negative, ‘using proper english’ would suffice
      *one does not use a full stop (period) after an exclamation mark.
      *commas are not used on many occasions

      Sue, if you are going to be rude enough to create a huge comment with lots of capital letters about proper english, perhaps you could look at using a good dictionary. With all of the spelling and grammatical mistakes you have made, you not only look incredibly rude but ridiculous as well.

    • who gives a crap?? this is a recipe website, not an english lesson. get a real life!

  • Looks wonderful! Do you use fresh ginger or powdered?

  • Well said jc!!! Thank you!

  • This recipe showed up as recipe of the day on Ziplist. Anxious to try it & explore your website further! 🙂

  • Is this served hot or cold? And btw English is capitalized

  • Delicious! Followed all suggestions for the sauce – double ingredients except vinegar, simmer together before mixing with pasta. Ended up using about 3/4 of the double batch of sauce. Added chicken and used snow peas for the veggies. Family raved!

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