Udon noodles in a tangy, gingery peanut sauce with greens.
Short History: The peanut is a native of the Western Hemisphere – presumably originating in South America, and then being spread throughout the world by the Spanish explorers. In the United States, the peanut didn’t become very popular until after the Civil War, when there was an increase in the demand for peanut oil, peanut butter, salted peanuts, etc. Currently, there is an average of 5.5 billion pounds of peanuts produced per year in the United States! Peanuts are a great source of healthy fats, protein, and fiber, and also contain a lot of potassium, phosphorus, B vitamins, and magnesium!
Reheating Instructions: Warm in a pot over medium until bubbling.
“Sauce was fantastic, so creamy. I loved this meal.” – Tamara An. from Phoenix
“One of the best dinners so far.” – Michelle No. from Gilbert
“The creamy coconut-peanut sauce and spritz of lime were a match made in heaven. I loved the combination of flavours and textures in this dish. The giant noodles were a lot of fun, too.” – Linda St. from Scottsdale