Thai Peanut Chicken Noodles Recipe

Thai Chicken Peanut Butter Noodles ,spicy yummy chicken noodles taste simply yumm ..If you love noodles and want to try something different than Hakka and schezwan style then try this peanut butter noodles .
You can use spaghetti instead of noodles ...

3 packets egg noodles 200 gms each
200gms chicken breast
1red bell pepper
1 yellow bell pepper
1green capsicum
1 carrot
3-4 Spring onion
1/4 cup peanuts
1 tsp sesame seeds .

For the sauce
1/2 cup peanut butter
2 tbsp siracha sauce
1 tbsp soya sauce
1/4 cup chicken stock
1 tsp honey
4-5 garlic minced
1 inch ginger minced


Boil noodles with salt till done
Make sauce by mixing all ingredients
Boil chicken and shred to pieces .
Heat a pan add oil then add minced garlic ,spring onion and carrots saute on high flame

Add bell peppers and saute for.some time .
Add the sauce and mix well .
Then add in the noodles and toss it we till the sauces have coated the noodles.
Add the shredded chicken and mix
Lastly add the spring onion green and sesame seeds and peanuts and serve 

 You may adjust the sauces as per taste 
You can use leftover chicken roast as well .
I have used smooth peanut butter if you prefer chunky you can use it .

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  1. Hi Gloria! long time! (I had been missing in action for a few months) Happy New Year! Your space looks fabulous! And I fell in love with these noodle dish the moment I laid my eyes on it :D

  2. Very delicious way of having noodles! Looks so yum...

  3. Gosh, this is my kind of food. Salivating here.

  4. Gloria, I'm trying this today - 1. when do we add the ginger? 2. if I dont have chicken stock can I use water? 3. 600g noodles sounds like a lot - how many approx does this serve? THanks!

    1. serves 6 to 8 ..ginger is added while mixing all the can add water if you dont have stock or you may use a stock cube

  5. Gloria,
    This looks delicious, I'm planning to make it for dinner tonight. (a) When do you add the ginger? (b) So we're using 600g noodles - how many approx will it serve? (c) If I dont have stock, can I use water? THanks! Anjali