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Nutrition Facts

  Servings Per Recipe: 1
  Serving Size: 1 serving

Amount Per Serving
  Calories 208.2
  Total Fat 11.0 g
      Saturated Fat 2.0 g
      Polyunsaturated Fat 3.8 g
      Monounsaturated Fat 4.7 g
  Cholesterol 0.0 mg
  Sodium 357.9 mg
  Potassium 150.3 mg
  Total Carbohydrate 23.0 g
      Dietary Fiber 4.3 g
      Sugars 1.4 g
  Protein 7.7 g
  Vitamin A 0.1 %
  Vitamin B-12 0.0 %
  Vitamin B-6 7.8 %
  Vitamin C 0.6 %
  Vitamin D 0.0 %
  Vitamin E 7.1 %
  Calcium 4.0 %
  Copper 12.1 %
  Folate 4.1 %
  Iron 8.5 %
  Magnesium 13.2 %
  Manganese 56.9 %
  Niacin 12.6 %
  Pantothenic Acid     4.3 %
  Phosphorus     13.3 %
  Riboflavin 3.8 %
  Selenium 27.6 %
  Thiamin 7.3 %
  Zinc 7.6 %


*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


Calories in Easy Peanut and Sesame Noodles

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Calories per Ingredient

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Calories per serving of Easy Peanut and Sesame Noodles

87 calories of Whole Wheat Spaghetti, cooked (pasta), (0.50 cup)

71 calories of Peanut Butter, smooth style, with salt, (0.75 tbsp)

30 calories of Sesame Oil, (0.25 tbsp)

13 calories of Sesame Seeds, (0.25 tbsp)

5 calories of Soy sauce (shoyu), low sodium, (0.50 tbsp)

1 calories of Ginger Root, (0.90 tsp)

1 calories of Garlic, (0.25 clove)

1 calories of Cider Vinegar, (0.25 tbsp)

0 calories of Hot chile pepers, (0.05 pepper)


Nutrition & Calorie Comments  

Love this recipe! I added some mukimame (shelled soy beans) to the boiling water to cook with the pasta, for a punch in protein (and some pretty color) in the dish. The family couldn't get enough! Submitted by:
SEROGERS

(6/12/13)
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I find almost everybody added some kind of protein to the recipe. I will it tomorrow chicken and vegetables and of course ,with less PB. Submitted by:
SHAMPA2

(9/24/12)
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While the scallion garnish wouldn't add many calories, the whole peanuts would. Sesame seeds are listed as the garnish... where's the truth in portraying the dish? I make this with a protein like pork tenderloin, plus broccoli, for a more complete meal. Delicious and exotic flavors in this Submitted by:
NANCYHOME247

(9/20/12)
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Replace the Soy Sauce with BRAGGS amino acids (awesome soy sauce flavor without the sodium, carbs or calories!) and relpace the peanut butter with Walden Farmers "un" -peanut butter (tastes ju8st like it, though)) from Sprouts Farmers Market Stores and cut even more calories, barbs and fat! AWESOME! Submitted by:
PSORESI

(9/20/12)
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I have made a variation of this by using rice noodles and chopping unsalted peanuts, about 2 tablespoons worth instead of the peanut butter, it is also very good! Submitted by:
LAYLEEA

(6/27/11)
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Flavorful, easy, and satisfying! I added sriracha sauce for a kick and brocolli & edamame for protein and texture. Yum! Submitted by:
CATGIRL522NY

(5/27/11)
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These have become a staple in my house. Great with a side of steamed broccoli. We've also started subbing peanut flour for peanut butter to create a lower fat version with all the flavor and protein. Love love love this recipe! Submitted by:
STRONGNHAPPY

(1/4/11)
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My sister made this years ago & I liked it. That was long before I was eating healthy. I am going to sub PB2 and cut out some of the fat and calories from the peanut butter. Submitted by:
JUNEAU2010

(12/25/10)
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I'm going to make this again. I loved the flavor and the kick, but eating noodles always tends to leave me craving more carbs so I think I'm going to try it with brown rice next time which I don't have that problem with. I also cut up a couple chicken breasts and tossed them in too. Submitted by:
MRSPOTATOHEAD83

(9/8/10)
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Don't usually like peanut sauce, but this is great! Is it possible the discrepancy in the nutrition info is between measuring cooked and dry pasta? In the food lookup, 2 oz. dry pasta is about 200 calories, but 2 oz. cooked pasta is less than 100 calories, which is what the recipe calls for. Submitted by:
JENJEREH

(9/2/10)
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My criteria for making a recipe are 1) be simple to make, 2) be similar to other things we like, 3) be relatively low in sodium, and 4) be easy to cut to 2 servings. This one meet all and it is clear I'll be making it soon. Submitted by:
SUZAN3

(7/11/10)
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