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This is not a very traditional version of this dish but – given grocery stores during the Coronavirus pandemic – I just sorta winged it with what I had available.
Wuhan was the early epicenter of this virus so I Googled it & found that their traditional dish is Wuhan Hot & Dry Noodles. They looked & sounded great so here is my humble version. Expect a more traditional version in the near future.
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Vegan Hot & Dry Wuhan Noodles
9 oz dry noodles
4 TBS tahini sauce
2 – 4 garlic cloves – minced
2 TBS good quality balsamic vinegar (optional)
2 TBS sesame oil
2 TBS dark (black) soy sauce (or regular)
2 TBS light (thin) soy sauce (or regular)
1 TBS sambal oelek (or hot chili oil to taste)
Pinch Chinese 5 spice
1 tsp sugar
1-2 TBS peanut butter
GARNISH – black and/or white sesame seeds, chopped scallions
Cook the noodles.
Whisk the sauce ingredients together.
Drain the noodles & toss with the sauce – using a quantity to suit your taste.
Garnish – devour!