Trader Joe’s Squiggly Knife Cut Noodles with Soy & Sesame Sauce Reviews

(10 customer reviews)

Comes with 4 packs of squiggly wheat noodles, knife-cut style. Made in Taiwan.

Ingredients: noodles (wheat flour, water, salt), sauce packet (soy sauce [water, glucose, defatted soy flour, invert sugar syrup, wheat, salt, caramel color, yeast extract powder, malic acid], shallot seasoning sauce [canola oil, soy sauce, water, soybeans, wheat, salt, water, shallot powder, sugar, soy protein concentrate, salt], chili sauce [chili pepper, salt, garlic powder, yeast exact powder], natural flavor, glucono-delta lactone, black pepper, paprika extract, alpha tocopherol acetate to preserve, and sesame oil).

Nutrition:

310 calories with 920 mg sodium, 12g protein, 6g sugar, 2g fiber, 2.5g fat, and 60g carbohydrates per serving. 4 servings per container.

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10 reviews for Trader Joe’s Squiggly Knife Cut Noodles with Soy & Sesame Sauce Reviews

  1. Peter

    The directions on this item are highly ambiguous. Are the noodles to be boiled? If so, for how long? Strained with hot water? Consider updating the directions as I’m still not sure what I’m supposed to be doing with these.

  2. Crista

    WOW so easy and tasty. I want to add basil, bok choy, maybe a few other veggies,

  3. Dakota

    Amazing

  4. Cassie

    Easy and tasty. Directions on package tell you exactly how and how long to cook.

  5. azguy

    If you want to make these quick noodles into an incredible meal, try this: After the noodles are done, set them aside. In a saucepan, add 3 ounces of lower sodium chicken broth, the included seasoning packet, a few ounces of cooked chicken breast ( a world of difference if you use leftover Costco rotisserie chicken meat) chopped green onions to taste ( I use 1 flat tablespoon), 1 tablespoon teriyaki sauce ( to me, the seasoning packet doesn’t add enough flavor) and a squirt or two of sriracha. Heat for a minute or two until just below boiling and then add noodles. Stir for a minute or two until all ingedients are combined and serve. The noodles absorb the liquid as you’re eating them so don’t let the wet appearance at first fool you. I’m sure this would work with many other kinds of meat or plant- based alternatives.

  6. Aileen

    excellent, great base for any Asian style meal like chicken and broccoli. Or tofu and mixed veggies. The directions are on the outside packaging and they are easy to follow.

  7. Michelle

    Boil water, drain noodles…not very clear cooking instructions, so just boil and keep testing noodles until al dente. Not super tasty as is, so I added green onion, pan-fried Argentinian togarashi shrimp with a squeeze of lime. Delicious!

  8. kc

    These are a dupe for Momofuku’s noodles – coming in at less than half the price of Momofuku, but just as delicious. I sautéed up some tofu, bamboo shoots, and cabbage with sriracha and the provided seasoning mixture, added the noodles to it, and it was divine. Note – the directions are on the outer packaging (rather than on the individually wrapped portions) – I guess the folks complaining didn’t think to check there. 😉

  9. Anonymous

    I was confused by the directions as well. Step 2 is hidden in the fold.

  10. ski

    Great noodles. Easy to cook and tasty. Add my own veggies and protein and its a meal! Went back for more but could not find any. Hope they return.

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