How to Make Stir-Fry Noodles W/spicy Peanut Sauce-Healthy

This dish is spicy, creamy, sweet, sour and salty. You can add any veggies you like. Kelp noodles have an awesome crunch and almost no calories. It's super yummy, healthy and FAST for an easy dinner.

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How to Make Stir-Fry Noodles W/spicy Peanut Sauce-Healthy Recipe
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Chopped leek and onion... I usually add mushrooms or snap peas but my fridge was a little bare today.

Chopped leek and onion... I usually add mushrooms or snap peas but my fridge was a little bare today.

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Today I used over half, probably 2/3 of the bag for 2 servings. If you are adding other veggies put the broccoli slaw in last since it only needs about 2 minutes to cook.

Today I used over half, probably 2/3 of the bag for 2 servings. If you are adding other veggies put the broccoli slaw in last since it only needs about 2 minutes to cook.

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Kelp noodles are raw- made from seaweed. There is no need to cook them! They are crunchy, refreshing and low-cal. I used 2/3 of this package too. One whole package is enough for up to 4 servings.

Kelp noodles are raw- made from seaweed. There is no need to cook them! They are crunchy, refreshing and low-cal. I used 2/3 of this package too. One whole package is enough for up to 4 servings.

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This is me rinsing the noodles. Get all your ingredients organized because this dish cooks fast!

This is me rinsing the noodles. Get all your ingredients organized because this dish cooks fast!

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Looks like a lot, right?! Just give em a quick rinse -- no need to dry them off. Set aside.

Looks like a lot, right?! Just give em a quick rinse -- no need to dry them off. Set aside.

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Coconut aminos are made from fermented coconut water, it has a salty umami flavor like soy sauce or tamari. If you have (enjoy)  fish sauce or hoisin that would work too.

Coconut aminos are made from fermented coconut water, it has a salty umami flavor like soy sauce or tamari. If you have (enjoy) fish sauce or hoisin that would work too.

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Gomasio is a mix of sesame seeds and sea salt. Sonetimes it also has bits if seaweed. I'm obsessed with pb2!!! Tastes just like peanut butter with way less calories and fat.

Gomasio is a mix of sesame seeds and sea salt. Sonetimes it also has bits if seaweed. I'm obsessed with pb2!!! Tastes just like peanut butter with way less calories and fat.

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Peanut oil imparts a nice peanuty smell and flavor. I sautéed the veggies in about 1 Tablespoon. The seasoned vinegar is sweet, sour and a little salty too.

Peanut oil imparts a nice peanuty smell and flavor. I sautéed the veggies in about 1 Tablespoon. The seasoned vinegar is sweet, sour and a little salty too.

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You could sub regular or apple cider vinegar. I suggest adding a pinch of sugar, honey or agave to balance out the sourness. Lemon juice would also work for acidity if you don't have vinegar.

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Heat a wok or large frying pan over medium high. Add the peanut oil, leeks and onion.

Heat a wok or large frying pan over medium high. Add the peanut oil, leeks and onion.

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Get ready--- it's gonna cook fast.

Get ready--- it's gonna cook fast.

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Once the onions start to soften add the broccoli slaw. Because it is shredded so finely, it only needs a couple of minutes to cook through.

Once the onions start to soften add the broccoli slaw. Because it is shredded so finely, it only needs a couple of minutes to cook through.

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You COULD mix your sauce together in a bowl then add it in. I just pour each ingredient directly into the wok.  Super easy that way.

You COULD mix your sauce together in a bowl then add it in. I just pour each ingredient directly into the wok. Super easy that way.

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I already had cooked chicken breast in the fridge. You could use cooked shrimp,  tempeh, tofu or no protein at all.

I already had cooked chicken breast in the fridge. You could use cooked shrimp, tempeh, tofu or no protein at all.

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Add the chicken to the wok.

Add the chicken to the wok.

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Stir frying all the goodness together. I added about 6oz cooked chicken to serve 2 people.

Stir frying all the goodness together. I added about 6oz cooked chicken to serve 2 people.

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Now it's time for the magic! Add a large scoop of the pb2. You could definitely use 2 Tblsp natural peanut butter in place of pb2.  It would add about 100 calories per serving.

Now it's time for the magic! Add a large scoop of the pb2. You could definitely use 2 Tblsp natural peanut butter in place of pb2. It would add about 100 calories per serving.

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Im adding the Pb2. Now is a good time to add the curry and red pepper flakes. You can make it super spicy or just a dash-- make food the way YOU want to eat it :)

Im adding the Pb2. Now is a good time to add the curry and red pepper flakes. You can make it super spicy or just a dash-- make food the way YOU want to eat it :)

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Noodles are standing by - ready to go into the wok.

Noodles are standing by - ready to go into the wok.

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Noodles in!

Noodles in!

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Toss everything together. The sauce will thicken -- if it seems too thin, add some more pb2. Add the sesame seeds too!

Toss everything together. The sauce will thicken -- if it seems too thin, add some more pb2. Add the sesame seeds too!

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I garnished mine with some lightly pickled carrots and an avocado wedge. Chopped cucumber or raw beans sprouts would also be a great addition... Whatever floats your boat.

I garnished mine with some lightly pickled carrots and an avocado wedge. Chopped cucumber or raw beans sprouts would also be a great addition... Whatever floats your boat.

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From start to table in under 15 minutes. We like to eat it ours with chop sticks. Makes dinner more fun, ya know?!

From start to table in under 15 minutes. We like to eat it ours with chop sticks. Makes dinner more fun, ya know?!

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Up close view. Yummm. I hope you enjoy. Like, subscribe and share the love... Thank you.

Up close view. Yummm. I hope you enjoy. Like, subscribe and share the love... Thank you.

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