Noodle Salad with Peanut Dressing

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This salad is a great recipe to make for dinner, or to have for leftovers the next day. Because it's cold and doesn't need to be reheated, so it is a great lunch-packing option. The recipe uses leftover chicken, but you can prepare protein specifically for this recipe too. If you make this at the beginning of the week, it's great for meal prepping to portion out for the week! This framework can be used as a base with different protein, vegetables, and noodles. The sauce can be adapted based on nut-butter preferences or allergy needs.

Ingredientes

Comida
cantidad
Unidades
preparaciones
Notas
9.5 paquete de onza dry udon noodles (or other noodles such as ramen, soba, or spaghetti)
dry udon noodles
9.5
paquete de onza
or other noodles such as ramen, soba, or spaghetti
2 medium zanahoria, cut into matchsticks
zanahoria
2
cut into matchsticks
1 medium daikon radish, cut into matchsticks
daikon radishes
1
cut into matchsticks
3 tallos apio, thinly sliced on diagonal
apio
3
tallos
thinly sliced on diagonal
1½ taza thinly sliced green cabbage (about 1/4 of a small head)
green cabbage
taza
about 1/4 of a small head
3.5 tazas diced cooked pollo (about 2 breasts)
pollo
3.5
tazas
about 2 breasts
⅓ taza creamy natural peanut butter (or other nut butter - including sunflower butter for nut allergies)
peanut butter
taza
or other nut butter - including sunflower butter for nut allergies
⅓ taza salsa de soya
salsa de soya
taza
⅓ taza rice vinegar
rice vinegar
taza
3 clavos ajo, rallado
ajo
3
clavos
rallado
1 cucharadas miel
miel
1
cucharadas
1 cucharada aceite de sesamo
aceite de sesamo
1
cucharada
2 cucharadas aceite canola
aceite canola
2
cucharadas
opcional: semillas de sesamo (black, white, or a combination)
opcional: semillas de sesamo
black, white, or a combination
opcional: sriracha
opcional: sriracha
opcional: limes
opcional: limes

método

Cook udon noodles according to package directions. Drain noodles in a colander and rinse under cool running water until noodles are no longer warm. Set aside. While noodles are cooking, make the sauce. Combine peanut butter, soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, and honey in a small box and whisk to combine. Add sesame oil and canola oil and whisk again until all of the oil is incorporated. Set aside. Combine carrots, daikon radish, celery, cabbage, and chicken in a large bowl and mix gently with clean hands. Now add the noodles to the bowl (you may need to give them another quick rinse if they've started to stick together) and gently mix them by hand with the vegetables and chicken. Pour peanut sauce over the noodle mixture and toss gently with tongs, making sure the sauce is evenly incorporated. Serve immediately with optional toppers or store in the fridge for easy no-heat lunches and dinners.

Tiempo de preparacion
15
Tiempo de cocinar
30
Sirve:
6