15-Minute Sesame Ginger Noodles are ready in a flash and full of flavor! Inspired by takeout, this is an ideal quick dinner that’s full of nourishing ingredients like crunchy vegetables and protein-rich edamame. Since it’s totally customizable as well, this will be a new favorite!
NOTE: I am not expert in Chinese or Sichuan cuisine, so this is not an authentic recipe. I am merely drawing inspiration from flavors I enjoy. If you’d like to learn more about this dish’s history, click here.
What ingredients do you need to make sesame ginger noodles?
- Long pasta (like spaghetti or fettuccini) or noodles (ramen, rice, or glass)
- Soy sauce (or coconut aminos for gluten-free)
- Sesame oil
- Fresh ginger
- Fresh garlic
- Red pepper flakes
- Juice of one lime
- Edamame and/or peas
- Crunchy veggies of choice, like carrots, kale, peppers, or cabbage
How to Customize 15-Minute Sesame Ginger Noodles
- If you like things spicy, add some extra red pepper flakes or hot sauce.
- To add more protein, try some roasted cashews, broiled tofu, or even tempeh.
- Any long shape noodle/pasta will work in this recipe, so I’ve listed a few options below. If you need something without gluten, be sure to check for purely buckwheat soba noodles.
I hope you enjoy these simple yet delicious sesame noodles! Please let me know in the comments or on Instagram if you give them a try.
For more 15-minute (or less) dinners, try one of these next:
- Crispy Orzo with Peas and Garlic Butter
- Microwave Cacio e Pepe
- Walnut Spaghetti
- Vegan Alfredo with Coconut Bacon
- Creamy Kale and Potato Tacos
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