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 Serving Size  : 6    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Main Dish                        Pasta
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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    1       lb           Oriental noodles*
    3       tb           Tamari or soy sauce
                         -- preferably tamari
    1       tb           Vinegar
    2       ts           Chili paste with garlic
    2       tb           Tahini
    1       tb           Toasted sesame oil
      1/2   c            Chicken broth**
    2       tb           Oil (peanut or canola)
      1/2   lb           Fresh mung bean sprouts
    6       oz           Fresh spinach
                         -- roughly chopped
   *Any thin, flat noodle can be substituted for Oriental
   **Good Neighbor uses vegetarian chicken-flavored broth
   Cook noodles according to package directions; drain
   and cool.
   Combine tamari, vinegar, chili paste, tahini, sesame
   oil and broth; set aside.
   Heat about 2 tb. oil in wok.  Add noodles; toss until
   warm and browning. Add bean sprouts and spinach; mix.
   Add sauce mixture; toss. Serve while hot.
   Yield: 6 to 8 servings.
   Haven't tried yet.  From Alice Colombo’s 01/27/93
   “Cook’s Corner” column in “The (Louisville, KY) ”The
   Courier-Journal.“  Pg. C7. Requested by Louisvillean
   Carol Grady, who wrote: ”I am addicted to the
   wonderful food available at Louisville’s Good Neighbor
   Foods Co-op Cafe, but I know I can't ask you to obtain
   recipes for all of their creations. Let’s start with
   three of my favorites: hummus, Szechuan noodles and
   maple pumpkin pie.“  Alice Colombo responded: ”I have
   to agree with you - all are winners." Posted by Cathy
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