4 servings (serving size: 1 1/4 cups)

The sweetness of the pork's apricot glaze is a great accompaniment to the spicy peanut sauce.

How to Make It

Step 1

Cook noodles according to package directions, omitting salt and fat.

Step 2

Combine peanut butter and next 6 ingredients (through crushed red pepper) in a large bowl, stirring with a whisk. Add noodles, Simply Roasted Pork, and remaining ingredients, tossing gently to coat. Chill.

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Ratings & Reviews

sb3386a's Review

February 07, 2012

slp2go's Review

June 17, 2011
If you like spicy Chineese - this is for you. I make this dish regularly using whole wheat linguini, leftover grilled pork or chicken and whatever vegetable I have on hand, usually broccoli, carrots and snowpeas.Add the crunchy vegetables at the end of the pasta cooking to soften them just a bit. My family likes spicy so we increase the Siracha. We always eat it warm, not chilled. It keeps well for those dinner stragglers and is great for lunch the next day as it travels well. This is a recipe that can take many modifications and still wow your family and guests alike!

Patten's Review

October 10, 2010
husband didn't enjoy this too much, but i thought it was tasty. perhaps a little too tangy, but i'm going to enjoy it for lunch over the next few days. added water chestnuts.

KnitWrite's Review

April 06, 2010
This was great! The dressing does stick to the noodles and doesn't get runny even on the second day, so it packs well. I added cucumbers, which were good in the mix. I also used whole wheat spaghetti once when I didn't have soba and that also works well.

caradr's Review

February 06, 2009
This was so good, we ate it two nights in a row, using up all the leftovers from the Simply Roasted Pork recipe. Used rice noodles instead of Soba but otherwise followed recipe exactly. Have recommended it to several friends.

csaunders80's Review

January 07, 2009
Did not like the flavor of this recipe at all. The sauce is very funky and not good.