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This meatless, flavorful noodle dish is packed with umami, thanks to the cremini mushrooms, as well as oyster sauce and hoisin. Dried udon noodles, which are thick and chewy, work well here, but if you can’t find udon,substitute with an equal amount of linguine. Whichever type you use, make sure to rinse the noodles after draining to wash off excess starch. If you can find pre-toasted sesame seeds (look for them in the Asian aisle of the supermarket), you can use them straight from the container and skip the step of toasting the seeds. Adjust the spiciness by adding as little or as much chili-garlic sauce as you like. And a drizzle of chili oil to finish will not only up the heat a little, it’ll also add nice color.
ounces dried Asian wheat noodles (see note), cooked, drained and rinsed
tablespoons plus 2 teaspoons toasted sesame oil
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