Chicken And Sesame Noodles

I had mixed feelings with the first month of my participation in The Secret Recipe Club, on the one hand the ups are all the lovely new bloggers I met, and who I am now following. On the down side was the fact that the person whose blog I was given did not leave a comment on my post! I wonder if she did not like the rendition I made of her meal? This month, my blog assignment is *jam hands*. Ali is from Montana and is a mom of two. We both have the same feeling about people being nice – I however think mascara is an every day necessity! I chose Ali’s Funky Chicken and Sesame Noodles as it sounded exactly like something we would eat and enjoy 🙂 I changed the pasta to noodles and added some green beans for colour and crunch. Dave really enjoyed this meal, enough so that he took the left over chicken to work for lunch the next day.

Chicken And Sesame Noodles
Chicken and Sesame Noodles
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Chicken And Sesame Noodles

Recipe Category: Chicken
Makes enough for: 2 people
All Rights Reserved: An original recipe from Lavender and Lime


for the chicken

  • 60 mls fructose
  • 60 mls soy sauce
  • 60 mls teriyaki sauce
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 5 mls chopped ginger
  • 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
  • soy bean oil for cooking

for the noodles

  • 180 g ramen noodles
  • 60 mls soy sauce
  • 90 mls fructose
  • 30 mls sesame oil
  • 3 spring onions, thinly sliced
  • 30 mls sesame seeds


for the chicken

  • mix the fructose, soy, teriyaki, garlic and ginger in a bowl
  • stir until the sugar has mostly dissolved
  • add the chicken and coat well with the marinade
  • cover and leave in the fridge for 2 hours

for the noodles

  • using a jar, mix together the soy, fructose and sesame oil

for the meal

  • heat the oil in a wok and the water for the noodles
  • cook the spring onions for the noodles if you don’t like them raw – we don’t
  • set aside
  • remove the chicken from the marinade and seal – discard the marinade
  • cut into bite size slices and then finish cooking in the wok while you boil your noodles
  • shake the noodle sauce until well blended
  • drain the noodles, return then back to the pot and pour the sauce over the noodles
  • add the spring onions and the sesame seeds and mix the noodles so that they are well coated
  • place the noodles into a bowl and add the left over sauce to the chicken while it is still in the wok


we added 50g green beans to the wok for a minute so that they were nice and crunchy

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I am submitting this recipe for Chicken And Sesame Noodles to Presto Pasta Nights, which is being hosted this week by ME!

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55 thoughts on “Chicken And Sesame Noodles

  1. Hi Tandy – I’m so glad to hear you guys enjoyed the meal. Thank you very much for the write up of my site. The green beans were a wonderful touch for some needed color and crunch to the dish. Great idea 🙂

  2. Oh man, I love the Asian flavors too…looks like Wednesday Nights Meal for sure, if not tomorrow…Oh, and HEY, Don’t be picking on us Americans, some of us have sensitive palates too. Heh, I know what you mean though. Sort of the same way as some of the regulars you follow, and have for a year or more who have “Like” buttons on their site, and love to see all the pretty faces, yet breeze through your site with a two word comment, and never even look for the “Like” button. I appreciate you and those who do comment AND hit the like button…even if you’re lieing…Now, back to the American comment.., I already had my sensitive side crushed once today on a ladies site, and she is a fellow Southern American, wait, can ladies be fellows? Anyway, yeah she had a section to try and solicit advertisers to sponsor her site with a little spiel to the effect of:
    ( You could reach thousands of women world wide everyday with your products) I thought, hmmm, you know some of us UGLY people are foodies too. Okay, I’m over it now. Thanks for the great recipes and being a true fellow blogger, no wait…I can see you’re no fellow.
    God Bless

    1. just love your comment – and I should make better use of the like button *slaps hand*. Have a super day and let me know how this recipe worked out for you 🙂

  3. From my SRC post this month, Asian is one of our favs and I love your addition of green beans. It’s on this to-try pile.

  4. That looks really delicious! I love meals like this, that you can throw together pretty quickly.

    What a bummer that your SRC buddy didn’t even leave you a comment. That sucks.

    I’d love it if you’d stop by my SRC post for Turkey Sloppy Joes!

  5. Fabulous, just fabulous. I cannot wait to give this dish a try. Excellent selection.

    I’m happy to join the SRC for the first time this month. I hope you’ll stop by for a visit.


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