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Whole-Wheat Spaghetti with Vegetables and Peanut Sauce

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For a quick Asian sauce that takes almost no time to prepare, mix together peanut butter, soy sauce, rice vinegar, and sugar.

Source: Everyday Food, March 2007
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  • notapumpkin
    23 NOV, 2012
    Easy to make. I don't really like the peanut sauce though. It tastes okay but it's not amazing, so I'll stick to the one I already know and love. You may want to 1.5 or double the sauce as we did.
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  • pao_pao
    21 OCT, 2011
    So easy and delish! I have tried other peanut sauces but this is my fave. Enjoy!
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  • ilikeitrainy
    13 JUL, 2011
    Fast, easy. I subbed peas for the snow peas and chicken for the tofu. Yummy. Will make again.
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  • CarmelinaCAN
    27 MAY, 2011
    quick and tasty! will make this one again. since i didn't have pasta I used rice instead. I boiled some water and blanched the veggies.
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  • CarmelinaCAN
    27 MAY, 2011
    quick and tasty! will make this one again. since i didn't have pasta I used rice instead. I boiled some water and blanched the veggies.
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  • magx2
    12 AUG, 2010
    Super! Not a big tofu fan but mung bean sprouts, julienned scallions, cooked shrimp are good and arugula or baby spinach can be added in step two-the heat is enoug to wilt them. I added just a bit of thai hot/sweet sauce too.
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  • LoraLee
    30 JUL, 2010
    Do you use seasoned or unseasoned rice vinegar?
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  • MS112631425
    14 APR, 2010
    This is a very nice recipe/
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  • queensbandsie
    11 APR, 2010
    I was looking for something with a few ingredients and this was great. I didn't have snow peas or carrots, so I substituted broccoli and green beans (don't cook the broccoli too long though). I also used fuscilli pasta and I briefly browned the tofu in a bit of cannola oil (burns at higher temperature) first, as I prefer a little crispy. I'd also be inclined to maybe use just a couple of tablespoons of peanut butter next time as it's very rich . . . but VERY delicious and VERY easy!!
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  • hannahenscheid
    19 SEP, 2008
    This is absolutely delicious! Don't add any more peanut butter than it lists though- it's overwhelming if you do.
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