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Chicken with Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Serious Eats Campbell's Kitchen Closed

Sun-dried tomatoes, basil and fat-free cream of mushroom soup combine to make a luscious, Mediterranean-style sauce for sautéed chicken and egg noodles. More

Dinner Tonight: Barbecue Spaghetti

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 6 comments

I realize barbecue spaghetti sounds wrong. The authentic pasta lover in me scoffs at the heavy-handed sauce, while my barbecue side can't deal with the meat playing second fiddle to noodles. But while it may be "mutant barbecue," as it is called in the caption in this recipe from Mike Mills's Peace, Love, & Barbecue, that doesn't mean it isn't good. More

Classic Tuna Noodle Casserole

Serious Eats Campbell's Kitchen Closed

There are many reason this casserole is a classic...it's comforting, easy to make, and oh so yummy. More

Dan Dan Noodles with Bean Sprouts

Serious Eats Chichi Wang 4 comments

Seriously Asian: Chả Cá, Seared Fish with Turmeric Over Rice Noodles

Serious Eats Chichi Wang 18 comments

The restaurant Chả Cá La Vong in Hanoi makes the definitive bowl of Chả Cá, but everywhere we went in Hanoi, there were noodle joints serving their unique version of the dish. The major elements of the dish were as follows: a white-fleshed fish like catfish or snakehead seasoned with turmeric, seared, with plenty of dill and green onions on top; a bed of rice noodles; roasted peanuts; and an assortment of herbaceous greens. More

Dinner Tonight: Curried Udon Noodle Stir-Fry

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 4 comments

I've gone a little noodle crazy. Though I've done my fair share of Italian pasta dishes over the years, it wasn't until the past few months that I started eating Asian noodles with abandon. I guess I finally realized a simple sauce and vegetables works just as well for udon as it can for spaghetti. This recipe from The Kitchn is one of the better ones I've found recently. More

Dinner Tonight: Curried-Pork Noodles

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 8 comments

I honestly picked this dish from Gourmet because it reminded me ever so slightly of Mapo Doufu, even though it barely contains any of the same ingredients, and is way more Thai than anything resembling Chinese. But hear me out. More

Curry Paste with Peruvian Flair: Red Curry and Pink Peppercorn Meat Sauce

Serious Eats Max Falkowitz Post a comment

Learn more about pink peppercorns here » During the summer my thoughts turn to spicy fare. It makes you sweat, in a good way, and if you can't beat the heat, you may as well fight it on its own... More

Dinner Tonight: Hong Kong Style Pan-Fried Noodles

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 6 comments

Inspiration came from the blog Sugar Lens and a pan-fried noodle dish with chicken, shrimp, bok choy, and mushrooms. I didn't have either the chicken or the shrimp, so I doubled the bok choy and mushrooms, and made this a vegetarian main instead. Thanks to the meaty mushrooms, it didn't taste like it was missing anything at all. More

Seriously Asian: Naengmyeon, Korean Cold Noodles

Serious Eats Chichi Wang 19 comments

Korean cold noodles, naengmyeon, are Korea's counterpart to Japanese soba. Both naengmyeon and soba can be made from buckwheat; both can be served cold in a savory broth, topped with an assorted of refreshing vegetables and fish. On a hot summer's day, naengmyeon is an ideal one-bowl dish requiring so little cooking on the stove that you'll be contentedly slurping noodles long before your kitchen's had a chance to heat up. More

Cook the Book: Scallion, Radish, and Cucumber Salad with Cashews and Vermicelli

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 9 comments

This Scallion, Radish, and Cucumber Salad with Cashews and Vermicelli was just right labor- and flavor-wise, but I was concerned it would be too light to pass for an evening meal. I considered adding fish or chicken to serve alongside, but I decided that I'd take the leap and go it alone. It was the epitome of a quick, healthy, and almost vegetarian* meal. More

Dinner Tonight: Ming Tsai's Crazy Chicken-Rice Noodle Stir-Fry

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 2 comments

I'm usually leery of recipes that advertise their spiciness. They tend to be either way too hot, or about as fierce as mild salsa. But I figured I'd give this a shot, considering it came from Simply Ming by Ming Tsai. The source of all the "craziness" here is sambal, a fiery condiment most often found in Southeast Asia. More

Dinner Tonight: Crisp Noodle Cakes

Serious Eats Blake Royer 9 comments

This recipe, adapted from Martha Stewart, is kind of a noodle frittata, filled with ginger and scallions and crunchy sprouts. Doused with soy sauce and plenty of vinegary hot sriracha, it's delicious if a little ungraceful. More

Dinner Tonight: Spicy, Sweet and Vinegary Noodles (Bibim Guksu)

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 2 comments

This recipe for bibim guksu from My Korean Kitchen is the perfect spring transition dish. The lettuce, cabbage, carrot, and cucumber all provide a cooling crunch. The sauce is bracing and spicy, but it's balanced with both honey and brown sugar, and the soba acts as a nice base for all these flavors. The result is a shock to all the senses, yet still oddly refreshing. More

Dinner Tonight: Minced Pork with Soba Noodles

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 8 comments

The ingredient list was short and concise, and yet I was detecting all these other flavors that I couldn't place. It wasn't spicy or sweet—the taste was more complex and haunting, almost like a smoky aroma. It was addicting to say the least, but where did it come from? The secret is the high heat. More

Kare Laksa and Simmered Tofu and Vegetables

Serious Eats Chichi Wang 2 comments

Learn more about cooking with sambals here.... More

Dinner Tonight: Almond Tofu with Buckwheat Noodles and Snow Peas

Serious Eats Blake Royer 20 comments

This is not my kind of food. No disrespect, it's just not what I dream of on my way home from work with a grumbling stomach, lunch long past. Strips of baked tofu, a sauce made with almond butter, and a pile of buckwheat noodles? But I will always respect a recipe that tastes really good. Always. More

Sunday Dinner: No-Holds-Barred Lasagna Bolognese

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 57 comments

"Ragù Bolognese is the king of all meat sauces." [Photos: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt] Following this week's ricotta-fest, I found myself with a few quarts of the stuff left over. There's only so much queso fresco, paneer, or ricotta salata one... More

Dinner Tonight: Alton Brown's Ramen Shrimp Pouch

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 26 comments

"Yes, you can make ramen in an aluminum pouch, but why oh why wouldn't you just simmer it in a pot?" That Alton Brown. I have nothing but respect for the guy. He's one of the reasons I first became... More

Noodles for the New Year: Cantonese Roast Duck Soup Noodles

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 11 comments

[Photograph: Jason Wyche] Have you ever walked by the windows full of beautifully lacquered roasted ducks in Chinatown and wondered what exactly to do with them once you got them home? I often find myself gazing longingly at the birds,... More

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