Asian  Garlic Noodles

Make these Chinese influenced garlic noodles anytime you need an easy weeknight dinner – but just can’t allow yourself to order takeout again. Savory, earthy, umami and tart, these cold noodles have a few inherent similarities to the takeout classic chilled sesame noodles – while being overall more nuanced and refined in flavor.

How Complicated are these Noodles?

There’s no need to go on an Asian ingredients shopping extravaganza to make Asian garlic noodles at home. You probably have much of what you’ll need in your pantry right now. Best part: making this recipe from scratch is as easy as boiling pasta, cracking an egg and measuring out a few sauces.


Cucumber Neutral Oil Egg Dry Spaghetti Soy Sauce Garlic Balsamic Vinegar Chili Oil. Sesame Oil, & Water


Bring a large, salted pot of water to a boil. Then mix all garlic sauce ingredients in a bowl. Add whisked egg to small pan and swirl around pan to cover. Then slice into strips. Add noodles to boiling water, cook al-dente, drain and rinse under cold water. Add garlic sauce, toss well, and top with cucumber, egg and basil.




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