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Mar 12, 2010 07:29 AM

I want to make Momofuku chilled spicy noodles at home

Had these yesterday and I now want to eat nothing else...

Any suggestions? They seem like they should be relatively easy to replicate: chilled noodles, spicy Szechuan sausage, spinach leaves, candied cashews.

Has anyone tried this? Does it work? I did a google search for a recipe, but came up empty handed.

Also, suggestions for where to get great Szechuan sausage in Philadephia?


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  1. I'm not sure if it's the exact recipe you seek, but there's a noodle recipe with scallion sauce, I think, posted on Amazon with the Momofuku listing.


    1. Hi there-
      I had these this weekend and I agree: I want to eat nothing else!

      Have you had any luck finding a recipe? Please share!

      2 Replies
      1. re: limonadam

        Did you look at Amazon, on the Momofuku cookbook page? The recipe for Ginger Scallion Noodles and Ginger Scallion Sauce is there.


        1. re: limonadam

          I have a spicy chilled noodle recipe I got from a friend. Not quite the same as the one described above but easy and tasty, and doesn't require any hard-to-find items.

          Mix in a saucepan and cook briefly:
          1/2 C peanut butter
          2T soy sauce
          2T rice wine vinegar
          2T red chili garlic paste
          1 rounded T minced fresh ginger
          4T sesame oil
          1/2 C coconut milk

          Toss above mixture together with:
          8 oz cooked chilled soba
          6 thinly slivered scallions
          1T toasted sesame seeds

          Chill and serve.