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Noodle Bowls with Chile Lime Dressing Recipe

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2 Tbsp soy sauce
2 Tbsp vegetable oil
1 tsp sugar
4 boneless skinless chicken breast

Mix soy sauce, oil, sugar, garlic and ginger together, pour over chicken. Marinade overnight.

Chile Lime Dressing (can be made night before):
cup hot water
cup sugar
cup unseasoned rice vinegar
cup fish sauce
1 to 2 Tbsp lime juice
1 to 2 Tbsp minced red or green jalapenos

Mix hot water and sugar, then adding rice vinegar, fish sauce, lime juice and jalapenos; set aside.

Noodle Bowls:
1 (6 oz) package angel hair pasta
Shredded carrots
cup cilantro
cup mint leaves
Crushed peanuts
Lettuce/bok choy
Bean sprouts
Green onions
Toasted sesame seeds
Lime wedges

Slice and dice vegetables, place into separate bowls. Grill chicken, cut into strips and set aside on a plate. While chicken is cooking, cook noodles, drain and place into a bowl. To serve, allow each person to assemble their own combination of ingredients and add dressing.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Janelle provided this bowl sample: Lettuce/bok choy, topped with cooked noodles, then chicken, then the herbs, veggies, toasted sesame seeds & peanuts. Add juice from a lime wedge (optional) and some dressing.




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