This recipe is adapted from a cooked version of Sesame Noodles that I used to enjoy frequently. I used to serve as a chilled dish in the summer, but this version can be dehydrated to warm it up for the wintertime too. It's pretty quick to whip together for a quick dinner, which is just my style. :-)

Recipe Directions

1. Make noodles with the winter squash, zucchini or other hard vegetable using a saladacco or spirooli.

2. Mix the rest of the ingredients in a bowl except the sesame seeds and a few of the scallion slices.

3. Mix noodles with the sauce.

4. Place on a serving plate and garnish with sesame seeds and the scallion slices that you set aside. Eat right away or dehydrate 30-60 minutes (enough to warm it up).

Linda's Thoughts

By Linda

This recipe is adapted from a cooked version of Sesame Noodles that I used to enjoy frequently.

I used to serve as a chilled dish in the summer, but this version can be dehydrated to warm it up for the wintertime too.

It's pretty quick to whip together for a quick dinner, which is just my style. :-)

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Yeah, it does make a lot of sauce but one batch wasn't enough for the butternut squash that I used. And if you have too much sauce left over, you will have another quick meal waiting for you when you get home at night.

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I used 1/3 of a spaghetti squash cut with the shredding cone of the King Kutter, PERFECT! Sauce to squash ratio

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i love this. i made it with braggs instead of shoyu (since i have none) and doubled the sesame seeds and it was great. i keep it in the refrigerator to toss atop zucchini noodles. it makes for about three meals.

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Very tasty! Be sure to drain the 'noodles'. I didn't and they really watered the sauce down.

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i love this. i made it with braggs instead of shoyu (since i have none) and doubled the sesame seeds and it was great. i keep it in the refrigerator to toss atop zucchini noodles. it makes for about three meals.

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I used 1/3 of a spaghetti squash cut with the shredding cone of the King Kutter, PERFECT! Sauce to squash ratio

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This was wonderful! I just had it for dinner and can't wait to eat the left overs!

Thanks, I am still rather new to raw foods and haven't tasted much to really rave about until this dish (and a chocolate truffle for one I found last night). :-)

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I added baby peas and used kelp noodles and it rocks!

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I just made this--it tastes just like the real thing. I also used 2 zucchini, as there is a lot of sauce. Good--more for me! Thanks so much for posting.

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love this recipe... i make similar version and love it... i will try yours this weekend.

~thank you!

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Yeah, it does make a lot of sauce but one batch wasn't enough for the butternut squash that I used. And if you have too much sauce left over, you will have another quick meal waiting for you when you get home at night.

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Really delicious, just as good if not better than regular sesame noodles. I found that the recipe made too much sauce for one zucchini; I added another plus some julienned carrots and cucumber.

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i really really miss cold sesame noodles...i think this will totally hit the spot! can't wait to try it... ;-)

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