Monday, July 12, 2010

Cold Noodles with Tahini Sauce

After the Blueberry Pancake, let's go back to Meatless Monday. This time no exact recipe, I just bought the egg noodles from the Traditional Market and rinse it with boiling water, then soak the noodles in ice water. I thinly sliced the cucumber and carrots. For the Tahini Sauce, just mix 2 tablespoon of sesame paste, drop of soysauce, lime juice or vinegar, spice oil, sugar, and salt (optional).

I I didn't add any meat on this, but sliced chicken, ham, and/or eggs can be added.

7 comments:

Cinnamon-Girl said...

A fresh and healthy meal - perfect to eat in this heat! And I love tahini - tasty sauce! I hope you'll stop by and enter my Anniversary giveaway.

Manang Kim said...

I love this one too. Sometimes it's kind of bland just to eat noodles without any veggies on it. Love your photos! Happy Monday! Thanks for the visit!

Straw/blueberry pie

thoughtfulplate said...

This looks so healthful! I bet it would be great with soba too!

Pie said...

That looks yummy!

April@The 21st Century Housewife said...

Your dish looks delicious, and it's so healthy too! I like the sound of the sauce as well.

Sweet and Savory said...

I could not think of cold noodles until I had pasta with Thai sauce and now I am completely open to cold noodles with a sauce. Yours looks scrumptious. Your beautiful photos enhance the food.

Thanks for linking this to My Meatless Mondays.

whitney blane said...

that looks delicious! Now i have to decide between this and an egg tahini salad recipe that i found for my lunch today...so hard to chooose!!!

http://www.draxe.com/video/egg-tahini-salad-transform-your-kitchen-ep-23/

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