Very flavorful dish though my kids didn't like it. They both said that peanut butter wasn't supposed to go on noodles. WHAT??? Followed the recipe for the sauce, but added a dash of sesame oil to it. Also added more veggies and used a rotisserie chicken. During last 30 seconds of noodle cooking added shredded carrots, snap peas and red pepper and quickly drained all into a colander. Shredded breasts of rotisserie chicken and put them in a wok with the sesame oil, garlic and ginger and then followed the remainder of the recipe. Served the noodles cold. It was delish!
Chicken and Noodles with Peanut Sauce
KristinJM Posted: 07/29/10
kellbell334 Posted: 01/03/11
This is one of our go-to recipies. It's so easy and delicious! We serve it with udon noodles, which our grocery store has, and they pair perfectly. It sounds good for dinner tonight!
SusanDudley Posted: 05/30/11
The first time I made this, I did not like it too well. It's VERY rich. But a friend just loved it and kept asking me to make it again. I never did but came across it a few years later, remembering my friends rave, I made it again and loved it. I have made it several more times and it has become a staple. I use ramen noodles because the grocery never has chuka sooba noodles(they're the same thing). As I said it is very rich and filling. I can get several meals from this. Leftovers are always good! I highly recommend if you like peanut butter and chicken. It's really different. I serve it just like the pic, with steamed broccoli.
Bacardigirl Posted: 04/20/11
Super easy and yummy dish...I served it at room temperature and my boyfriend raved about it! A few changes: I added extra hot pepper flakes since we like our food spicy. Also used sesame oil instead of vegetable. Ate the leftovers cold today and it was just as good!
Erbrassell Posted: 08/10/11
Easy to make and fantastic flavor! I used Udon noodles as well. Next time, I will add chopped peanuts and more red pepper flake for added spice.
Debbie17 Posted: 10/03/11
This was so, so good. Only change I made was to use fresh garlic and no red pepper. 4 yr old and 1 yr old sons also loved it.
Lobsterine Posted: 11/09/11
We love this receipe. I have tweaked it a little over the years adding in more veggies. Carrot, fresh spinach, or zucchini are excellent. I also sub in any pasta that I have on hand. Spaghetti is always at my house when the speciality noodles aren't. Sometimes the vinegar is a bit strong for me... heartburn... so I cut it in 1/2. We usually add crushed peanuts to the top with the onion. It adds a nice crunch. Sometimes we double the sauce to... if we are feeding guests who might expect a saucier peanut sauce. It probably adds to the calories though :)
mel7art Posted: 02/06/12
Delicious! Made no changes other than used straight soba noodles instead of curly. Filling and great flavor!
Gtenhoopen Posted: 03/01/12
This is a very good recipe. The ingredients are all things that you can easily find. I found the Chucka Soba at Cost Plus World Market, but they are the exact same as ra-men noodles so you can get those anywhere. The flavors are rich and satisfying. I followed the recipe exactly with the exception of adding unsalted peanuts and additional Aleppo pepper over the top for some extra crunch and spice!
soupmom Posted: 09/30/12
I am not a big lover of peanut butter, but I love this. The combination of flavors is amazing. Hubby loved it too.
rstarrlemaitre Posted: 05/29/12
Loved the wonderfully rich peanut sauce on this - paired great with the chicken and noodles. I would take other raters' suggestion and add more veggies next time for a bit of "freshness" to offset the heavy sauce, but definitely yummy and would make this again. Served with broccoli and Asian slaw.
jstuckermail Posted: 07/19/13
This is a tasty recipe. However, the hoisin is the dominant flavor. You don't taste a whole lot else. Sp you really have to like hoisin! I served it with rice noodles and added broccoli. We enjoyed it.
trufflehussy Posted: 02/12/14
If you're hunting for a great peanut-chicken noodle dish, this is the one! It's our family's new go-to dish. I used reviewers' suggestions for using rotisserie chicken, adding veggies (shredded carrots and sugar snap peas) and topping with crushed peanuts. My 7-year-old isn't down with spice, but he's fine with the amount of red pepper flakes the recipe calls for - glad I didn't decrease. Straight soba noodles worked great, I cooked mine in chicken broth for added flavor. Could have added more chicken and way more veggies, especially red bell pepper strips. My rotisserie chicken was a little dry, it turned out fine but next time I may slow-cooker the chicken with hoisin, broth, etc. Delicious as is, though!