It was going to be a hot day. So I thought, cold sesame noodles. I had the udon and and some of the stuff in the James Peterson recipe in his Sauces book, but not all so I substituted some and got something that totally satisfied the yummy sense.
- 4T Sesame Paste (Tahini)
- 2 T Sesame oil
- 1 T Hoisin Sauce (does this stuff ever go bad?)
- 4 T Soy Sauce
- 1tsp Chili paste
- 2 hot chinese lantern peppers (or serranos)
- 1 T sugar dissolved in 2 T hot water
Put all the ingredients into a bowl and blitz them with the hand held whizzer-chopper thing on high.
Boil noodles according to directions, rinse in cold water. Toss with some sauce. Chill. Bring out of refrigerator 30 minutes prior to eating and toss with more sauce. Eat.
I also eat this on cold blanched greens or on grilled pheasant. I eat it from the bowl too.