These Simple Sriracha Noodles, I guarantee, will bowl you over. I hope the word ‘really’ is good enough an adjective to describe the ease of making these amazingly tasty Sriracha Noodles.

Simple Sriracha Noodles

There are 2 kinds of people on Earth. Those who finish their work at least a couple of days earlier and those who cannot do anything about their work until the V.E.R.Y last day. I’m pretty sure the two sets can very well defend their styles of working. But when these two come together, especially in a marriage, you have got yourself a recipe for “All hell broke loose!!”. This is precisely the story of my life. I’ll leave you guys guessing which of us (between Nachiket n I) is the “can deliver extremely will under pressure” person and who is the “meticulous planner”.

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I cannot even begin to describe the frenzy at home last week. Shopping, packing, returning defective goods… Phew! (For those of you wondering about the frenzy, my little brother is getting married continents away). All of this meant that I got lesser time to spend in my kitchen. Planners or not, both of us are sure particular about our meals and their taste ( one of the few things we agree upon unanimously). This resulted in a bowlful of simple sriracha noodles.

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A hearty meal on our plates in just 15 min!! These simple sriracha noodles uses thin Asian noodles which gets cooked quickly, is lighter than their Italian counterpart and can keep you going back for seconds. A tantalising taste from the garlic adds another dimension to these noodles. Whether it is unexpected guests knocking at mealtimes or a quick fix meal after a long day, this recipe will surely not fail you.

Simple Sriracha Noodles

Here is the recipe for:

Simple Sriracha Noodles


Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 15 minutes

Serves: 2



  • 8 oz/, Thin Noodles
  • 2-3 tbsp Soy Sauce
  • 4 cloves of garlic, minced
  • 1 tbsp Rice Vinegar
  • 3-5 tbsp Oil
  • 3 tbsp Sriracha
  • 1-2 tsp crushed black pepper
  • 1 tbsp tomato ketchup
  • 4 whole Green Onions, Sliced Thin


  1. Cook and drain the noodles.
  2. Meanwhile, whisk all ingredients (except noodles and green onions) together in a bowl. Taste and adjust ingredients as needed.
  3. Pour sauce over warm noodles and toss to coat.
  4. Sprinkle with green onions and toss. They are ready to be served.

My Take:

Sriracha is a spicy chili sauce with a unique flavor to it. If you happen to not have it but want to try this recipe, you could use any other spicy chili sauce. Different flavors but yummy nonetheless.

You could replace the oil with sesame oil for a nutty flavor

Yummily Yours'


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  1. Hi,

    Nice recipe. can you tell me where you get these noodles. I haven’t seen them in Indian stores.


  2. The best dish to have for a lazy weekday!!! Or for me, lazy weekend 😉

  3. Thats something I would love to make when hubby is travelling and I am too lazy to cook for just me and my daughter 😛

  4. What is rice vinegar? By what name do you get thin noodles in the market? any particular brand? Does maggi serve the purpose?

  5. This is the first receipt i tried from your blog. And it was awesome. I loved it. And my kids loved it too.

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  7. Would it be possible to use the cups of instant ramen and ditch the seasoning packet for this sauce? Is it ok to save the sauce since all that sauce for 1 cup of instant ramen would be way too much?

    • About the Ramen noodles, i don’t see any reason why it wouldn’t work. Saving the sauce, not so sure. May be 2-3 days refrigerated. It is just my guess. Never tried storing the sauce.

  8. Would it be okay to use pasta noodle in place of the Asian thin noodle? They are same size pasta as the Asian noodle shown here.

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