Dan Dan Noodles

  • Chelsea1989 Posted: 01/18/11
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    This was recipe great! I substituted peanut butter for the peanuts and carrots for the cucumber and it was still fantastic. It is a bit high in calories though.

  • Yummerz Posted: 05/16/10
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    The flavor was great! We used chicken, but our mistake was using the whole pound of ground chicken. We needed a little more of the sauce and will modify the recipe to accomodate for the extra chicken. We'll make it often...it was easy, inexpensive and no crazy ingredients. We had everything on hand.

  • LB1234 Posted: 11/10/09
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    This will be a staple in my house. I enjoy asian food but don't get out to restaurants to eat it. I found fresh wide noodles (I bought 2 pkgs since each was only 9ozx.) in my local grocery which was nice. It was easy for a week night meal. Enjoy.

  • jhoffma3 Posted: 12/18/09
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    This is a terrific dish. Substituted chopped pork loin for ground pork and was very happy with the result. All in all a great, simple recipe--could just you a bit more spice.

  • Hashak Posted: 01/19/10
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    My husband and I love the Dan Dan Noodles at PF Chang's, and these really measured up. My husband says this is now in his top 3 dishes I make. I used about 10 ounces of dry Chinese noodles instead of frozen, and forgot to buy lime juice, so I didn't use any, but it was still amazing.

  • jelibeann Posted: 09/14/10
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    We really enjoyed this recipe - it had a great flavor and was pretty easy to pull together. I used dried whole wheat udon noodles, because that's what I was able to find - that was the only change from the original recipe - and served with a side of edamame.

  • peimre Posted: 02/23/10
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    I switch pork for chiken (I´m jewish) and turnd out terrific!!!! My husband loved it! after the first bite he looked at me with a smile on his face and said: OMG, we need to eat this more often!!!! I give this dish 10 stars!!! it is easy and a very nice way to turn boring noodles into a delicious fun dish! ENJOY!

  • SAtownmommy Posted: 07/06/10
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    This is a very good week night recipe. My one year old enjoyed it very much and it was easy! I usually like to chop ingrediants for dinner in the morning, so we can spend more time together as a family, but there really wasn't alot to chop. This recipe makes alot of food. I think it serves 6 or 7.

  • WLBETH Posted: 07/25/12
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    Quite yummy. Used ground chicken instead of pork and dried Chinese noodles since I couldn't find frozen.

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