Don’t do what I did, which was to use rice noodles. Add Sui mi ya cai and stir for 30 seconds, just to warm through. – Nagi x. Hungry for more? Mie Goreng (Mee Goreng – Indonesian noodles), Carnitas (Mexican Slow Cooker Pulled Pork), Recipe as written is spicy but not blow-your-head-off spicy, Reduce spiciness by using less chilli paste, Sichuan pepper and lastly, less chili oil (the oil is a key part of Dan Dan Noodles - look, mouthfeel and flavour), Pork amount is small - not supposed to be meat loaded, just a sprinkling. This was really easy, and the flavor was SO good. Thank you. Does the sesame sauce need to be stored in the fridge after opening ? So that’s the best substitute – kimchi! Place the first thirteen ingredients (garlic through cayenne pepper) into a blender, and blend until smooth. Sprinkle with chopped peanuts and scallions over your Dan Dan Noodles if you like, and mix everything together. Place the garlic and ginger in a food processor fitted with a steel blade. So while the recipe provided has a good kick to it (I wouldn’t serving it to a toddler ), it is not blow-your-head-off spicy! Here’s an overview of what you need and how to make each component for these spicy Sichuan noodles. Firstly, don’t fret if you can’t find this, it’s not a make-or-break ingredient. While still warm, toss the pasta with about 3/4 of the sauce. Pour sesame oil in pan and heat till hot. I think he was looking for food – because I know how he thinks. My family loved these spicy noodles!!! Total Carbohydrate Cook the noodles per the package instructions until al dente. I saw this made on one of Ina Garten's cooking shows and immediately HAD to try it. , Holy crap these noodles are sooooo good. It’s now a household staple. This is so good Nagi! Prepare the chili oil by heating up a small pot on high heat. It could definitely be the chilli oil – I use a brand labelled House Ra-Yu. Once you’ve gathered all the ingredients, the making part is straight forward. I know it’s a looooong post, with lots of ingredients visuals and breaking down the components. More Chinese recipes please Nagi – if possible! But don’t fret! Add choi sum for last 1 minute of cooking. Here’s what goes in the sauce – it’s not cooked, it’s just mixed up in a bowl. Set aside. Cook noodles in large pot of boiling salted water until tender but still firm to bite. **Plus I’ve provided loads of substitution options**. Recipe only uses a sprinkle. This dish is great served warm or even at room temperature. My whole family loves it. You’ll need to visit your local Asian grocery store but once you’ve gathered the ingredients, it’s a cinch to make! On medium heat, add the garlic and saute for a few seconds. Yet another ‘praise be to Nagi’ for an explosion in my mouth, a truly amazing dish. Some people said it’s because of all the exciting smells – fertiliser manure and the like. Saute onion and next 4 ingredients hot sesame oil until tender. 61.9 g Mix in 1 tablespoon oil and peanuts. Impressive! Waiting for one on chilli sauce………. Sichuan cooking is famous for its intense and deep flavors. I believe you can make great food with everyday ingredients even if you’re short on time and cost conscious. Your recipes are AWAYS so user friendly and extremely delicious!!! Add the julienned bell peppers and scallions and toss well. Place the first thirteen ingredients (garlic through cayenne pepper) into a blender, and blend until … Delicious! Thanks so much! Subscribe to my newsletter and follow along on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram for all of the latest updates. Hi Nagi, I cant wait to try this recipe! Thanks for sharing your recipes Nagi, they give me such inspiration and make meal times a delight x x, Loved this dish! Hope you like it! Dan Dan Noodles – the iconic spicy Sichuan Noodles, a flavour explosion with the iconic sesame chilli sauce and slippery noodles topped with a savoury Chinese five spiced pork topping, blanched greens and finished with a sprinkle of peanuts. Recipes used in coming up with this recipe include: Dan Dan Noodles, Sichuan food, Sichuan noodles, Spicy noodles, I love hearing how you went with my recipes!