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I saw this on TikTok the other day, and while digging through the cupboard this morning, looking for ingredients for other meal prep stuff, I realized we had all the ingredients.
We had 2 bunches of scallions, and I wasn’t sure what to do with them, thankfully, this recipe is perfect for scallions. I also shelled the basket of peas we had from our CSA box and cut a carrot into matchstick size pieces.
The best part about this recipe is adding more sriracha if you love spicy noods. If you are a wuss like me, just a pinch will do.
Let’s get started!
- 1 package of spaghetti noodles, cooked per package directions
- 1/2 cup fresh or frozen peas
- 1 cup julienned carrots
- 2 bunches of scallions/green onions
- 1/2 cup soy sauce
- 1/4 cup sesame oil
- 1/4 cup olive or avocado oil
- 1/4 cup peanut butter (I used smooth, but chunky is good too)
- 1 Tablespoon sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon sriracha sauce (more if you like it spicy)
- 1/2 teaspoon fish sauce
- 2 Tablespoons sesame seeds
- While the noodles are cooking, combine soy sauce, oils, peanut butter, sugar, sriracha, fish sauce, and sesame seeds in a mixing bowl. Whisk together and set aside.
- Dice/chop veggies and set aside.
- When the noodles are cooked to your liking, drain and rinse. Add to the sauce and coat.
- Add in the veggies, and toss to coat. Serve at room temperature or store them in a closed container for 4-6 hours to allow flavors to meld. This salad is good hot, cold, or at room temperature.
This is great as a side salad, or top it with grilled chicken breast and serve with a side of rice and green salad topped with miso dressing to make a tasty meal.
This salad will keep in the fridge for 3-5 days (if it will last that long).
If you need a crunch on your salad, top with a few teaspoons of diced peanuts.
Parents get sick, it’s a fact of life. I’ve been working at a school for two years, and it’s really the first time I’ve been SICK. Like capitalized SICK.
Here are a few easy ways that others can support a sick friend or family member:
- Pick up their Target Order. Did you know that you can add people as authorized pick-up folks on your Target app or Target.com? If your sick friend/family member can’t drive, you can still have someone pick it up and drop it at your doorstep without spending extra on Shipit or Uber Eats. I was so dizzy yesterday, I was afraid to drive.
- They aren’t a Target Shopper? Text them and ask what kinds of medicines or comfort foods they need, and if it’s within your means, make a quick shopping trip. My mom brought my cough drops (for me) and croissants (for Bitty Bird) this morning.
- If you live with someone who is sick- whether it is a roommate, spouse, or family remember HYGIENE is the best way to keep the germs at bay. That means everyone needs to mask up in common areas (both sick and well folks), wash your hands frequently, and use hand sanitizer between hand washings. I also use a disinfecting room spray too. Microban is my favorite.
- Take it Easy- This is both for you as the helper and the sick person. You can’t fill a broken glass. When your body is sick, it’s broken, and it needs time to heal. Dishes and laundry can wait. No one expects a sick person to make gourmet meals for their family while they recover. Offer to help, but sick people often want/need rest and solitude.
And not a specific hint, if you have a sore throat, I recommend this Honey Citrus Mint Tea Copycat recipe. It’s amazing. Right now I’m drinking Bigelow Lemon Ginger Tea with Honey and lemon juice.