Insanely delicious! I'd give it more stars if I could, & so would our group of cabin guests that scarfed down this noodley-goodness. Makes a HUGE bowl. Took 7 adults 2 days to finish this off! One guy ate it for breakfast! I did some things differently, because of convenience & what I had on hand & also personal preference. I used thin spaghetti noodles, broken into thirds. I think angel hair would be too wimpy for this sauce. Rice/cellophane noodles would work nicely,too. I used pre-packaged shredded cabbage, saves time. I grated my own carrots, easy & I think the pre-shredded ones are nasty tasting. I used two big carrots & discovered that was plenty. No need to peel them! Couldn't find blk. sesame seeds & was planning to use regular, toasted sesame seeds but forgot! Didn't miss 'em, either! I shredded 2 leftover lrg. grilled chix breasts instead of shrimp. I love shrimp but prefer chicken in this dish. Grilled shrimp would be tasty in here, though. I also added about 1 1/2 cups of pea pods, cut into thirds & microwaved for about 30 sec. w/ 2 TB.of water to take some of the "rawness" out, but still had some crunch. Yummy! Didn't have tahini, so skipped it & used 2 extra TB. of peanut butter. Also used about 1 cup of the sweet chili sauce. It's in the Asian section of your grocery store. Added 1/2 can of cream of coconut. Coconut milk works, too. WARNING: SKIP the 1 TB of salt! Soy sauce is enough salt! I used juice of 1 lime to fix it, but loved the lime in this!
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Insanely delicious! I'd give it more stars if I could, & so would our group of cabin guests...