Peanut Noodles



The Vegan Stoner's Peanut Noodles

32 comments:

June Baby said...

Looks delicious! I love peanut noodles, will have to try this version sometime soon. :)

Stephanie said...

Wow! I love peanut butter in general, but these peanut noodles look incredible! So creamy, haha <3

Christine (The Raw Project) said...

This looks wonderful, thanks!

Anonymous said...

Amazing! Great flavor and easy as usual.

vegan.in.brighton said...

Yum! This looks super simple and delicious!

Sarah said...

Delicious. Adding to my stack of "go-to" recipes.

knic said...

How long do you simmer the onion and zucchini in the peanut butter and water and spices?
Thanks!
PS. I ADORE your drawings, I can't get enough of all the great little details!

Gianelli said...

This is great! Are you going to to have your Vegan Stoner Cookbook restocked?

Mary Lawrence said...

I love the layout and design of your blog. Very creative, easy to follow, and fun to read!

The Vegan Stoner said...

Thanks for your question, knic. If you cooked the veggies thoroughly in Step 3, then you don't need to cook them very long at all in the sauce. Some people like their veggies cooked down more than others, of course. If you're one of these people, it certainly wouldn't hurt to simmer them in the sauce for a bit longer. Thanks again for the question.

Cate P. said...

Oh. My. God. This looks absolutely delicious!! So happy to have found your blog, because you truly show that vegan meals don't have to be super complicated or call for impossible-to-find ingredients (seriously, some of them are harder to find than a bottle of tears of Jesus). I'm a pescetarian slowly transitioning into vegetarianism, so your blog will keep me inspired and motivated in the kitchen! :)
Do you happen to have a facebook page?

Much love
- Cate
http://www.delightedcate.blogspot.com/

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Cate P.,

Thanks so much for the kind words and understanding. We do have a facebook page and you're welcome to check it out. There's a small button on the right-hand side of our page with buttons for facebook, twitter and pinterest that will redirect you to them.

Hope this helps!

Leti @ Becoming Minimalist said...

Ahh I miss my kitchen. Would cook this asap if I weren't traveling. Loveeee peanut noodles. And thai in general.

Vanessa @VeganFamilyRecipes said...

Love your site! It is absolutely brilliant! This peanut noodle recipe is super simple and exactly what I'm craving right now...Thanks!

Rebecca said...

Simple and delicious! I added toasted sesame seeds to mine, yum!

Rem said...

Your recipe is good, but it's missing something...a wedge of lime! A little acidity makes food much more balanced and interesting for this particular dish.

Anonymous said...

Just made this for dinner with brown rice instead of noodles and more veggies (namely peppers, cucumbers, and tomatoes). Delicious! The sauce is so simple and hearty. I will be making this again for sure ^^

Elena Takla said...

Just found your blog - love the recipes! I'll be making these noodles for lunch today :) Thanks for the suggestion!

Natural Remedies and Treatments HQ said...

Just made this, delicious. Gotta love that protein.

Sinead said...

I literally love this. Will by trying tonight!

Ashlee said...

This looks like my favorite pad thai salad at a local vegan restaurant. I'm so excited to try this!

maggie Blue said...

I allready tray it... I love it, easy and delicious...perfect for me

Jed said...

That looks and sounds pretty good, I'm not even vegan. It's like a vegan version of pad thai. I bet my wife would love this. Thanks.

morvensneddon said...

This looks like an amazing recipe, definitely going to try to make it soon! Just wanted to tell you that I love the illustrations!

Jaime said...

Just did this...except I didn't have anything like zucchini, so I used grated carrot and chopped cauliflower. Then I didn't have rice noodles, so I used linguine. Then I couldn't find the soya sauce, so I said fuck it and used entirely different spices and some black beans and made an east African-style stew-on-pasta thing, and it was delicious.
So I didn't actually end up making this at all because my pantry fails, but your recipe inspired a tasty dinner anyway. Thank you, as always!

Anonymous said...

Absolutely loooove your recipes and adooore your little cute drawings!!! Soo inspiring can't wait to try it at home!!
xx

https://aspoonfulofnature.wordpress.com/

Anonymous said...

I was browsing your blog on my way home from my late night job and decided on this, I was not disappointed! I used sunflower oil instead, added some green bell pepper and mung bean sprouts.

Wharf Rat said...

This recipe sounds great, but I tend to make them a little dry. I don't know what i'm doing wrong. I made the southern bowl in the cookbook and it came out really dry and kind of sticky. Like peanut butter. Is there something I can add to it to make it more saucy. I like the chickpea curry recipe in the book also a lot. The problem I had was that it was so hot. I kept adding almond yogurt until it became bearable to eat. It was so delicious then. I will definitely try these recipes and wish you would do another cookbook too. I love the easy recipes and the pictures help me a lot. I am a Fish out of water in the kitchen. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Please make t shirts with your amazingly awesome art on it! Would love to own one with the hippie mushroom dude on it haha. love the recipes!!

Juliette said...

It looks so delicious ! I love your blog and it design ! I love all your recipes!

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Anonymous,

We have had that planned for quite some time now, just taking a bit of a hiatus to get our bearings back. Still looking for the right materials and perfect design(s) for it.

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Wharf Rat,

Are you cooking on high heat? What kind of pan are you using? Or are you using a pot?

The easiest way to fix cooking something that has a sauce that ought to be creamy and not clumpy or dry would be to add more liquid as you go and turn down the heat. I'm often cooking on high heat as well, too impatient for the wait. To cook on high heat for recipes that have a sauce and cooked solids is to make sure the solid items are thoroughly cooked first. Then add the sauce, but turn down the heat or better take it off the stove. Otherwise, the liquid will evaporate.

Furthermore, check your peanut butter. Organic, have to stir, peanut butter isn't always the best. Basically, if it's clumpy when you bought it. It's going to work like that. Don't be afraid to use chunky peanut butter, but try to get the creamy kind if that makes sense.

As for the Southern Bowl, try all the above, sans the peanut butter and milk. You can always add a little veggie broth or ketchup with some extra spices if it gets too dry.

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