Pressure Cooker Simple Sesame Noodles are so easy and delicious and can be in your bowl ready to eat in less than 15 minutes. They can be made stove top too!
I’ve been wanting to make Sesame Noodles for a long, long time.
Besides making these Pressure Cooker Simple Sesame Noodles in your Pressure Cooker, I will show you how to make them on your Stove Top AND by using your Pressure Cooker to boil water just like a saucepan on the Stove (not under pressure).
Directions for Stove Top method and using your Pressure Cooker like an electric stove too are included below the Pressure Cooker Recipe Card.
UPDATE: I’ve been doing low carb as I need to lose some weight.
It is also yummy with my Pressure Cooker Spaghetti Squash recipe.
The Rose Brand Gourmet Chinese Egg Noodles are seriously delicious. Try hard to see if you can find them.
If you can’t and you don’t want to order them on line from Amazon, just use any thin Japanese or thin spaghetti noodle that you can find.
But, really try to get the Rose Brand Gourmet Chinese Egg Noodles.
We’ll make the sauce first since it will cook right with the noodles in the Pressure Cooker. Use a Measuring Cup and add the Soy Sauce and the Sugar first. Give it a good Whisk, so that the sugar incorporates.
Since this recipe is called Pressure Cooker Simple Sesame Noodles, and it is indeed simple, it’s all going to be cooked in one pot, with the sauce. Except for the Toasted Sesame Oil.
For the sauce ingredients, I use the Pure Sesame Oil.
After cooking the Pressure Cooker Simple Sesame Noodles, I like to drizzle in a little Toasted Sesame Oil. It adds another layer of flavoring.
Give the sauce a really good Whisk and set it aside for a minute.
As always, my very favorite Rösle Stainless Steel Flat Whisk is put to use once again.
When preparing the noodles on the stove in a sauce pan, you will drain and rinse them and then pour on the sauce.
For this Pressure Cooker Simple Sesame Noodle recipe, the sauce is added right into the Pressure Cooker cooking pot. Simple, right? One pot. What can be easier than that?
If you want to just cook the Chinese Egg Noodles without the sauce, that is fine.
For the Zucchini Noodles, just give them a quick blanche.
Add the sauce afterwards. Either way is good.
Chop up as many scallions as you like.
I used part of a gigantic one from our garden, which is probably equal to at least 8 scallions that come in a bundle from the grocery store.
I like scallions, but in moderation. I’m telling you, use a lot.
You won’t believe how good these Sesame Noodles are with lots and lots of scallions.
There will be a bit of liquid in the Pressure Cooker cooking pot after you remove the lid and that is fine. You don’t want your noodles to be dry.
A little sauce in the bowl is perfect.
Pull the cooking pot out of the Pressure Cooker and dump the Pressure Cooker Simple Sesame Noodles into a bowl.
You want to get them out of the hot cooking pot.
Add in lots and lots of Sliced Scallions and mix through.
Garnish with hard boiled eggs on top, if you like.
BBQ Sliced Pork is great on top too! I have to admit, hard boiled eggs taste great on the Pressure Cooker Simple Sesame Noodles.
If you want to make these Pressure Cooker Simple Sesame Noodles a meal, with meat and veggies, add in some sliced carrots and broccoli, along with the noodles (or Zucchini Zoodles) and sauce.
Chop up some cabbage and toss it into the Pressure Cooker cooking pot after you have released the pressure. The cabbage will wilt immediately.
The noodles will continue to absorb the dressing, so toss it a few times.
Top with Char Siu Chicken, Beef or Pork.
It is also delicious just plain. These Pressure Cooker Simple Sesame Noodles are so good in fact, that I am making them again tomorrow to bring with us to the Hollywood Bowl.
We will be seeing ELO and then a Fireworks display. It’s our last show of the Summer Season.
I think I will also whip up a batch of Asian Style Chinese Boiled Peanutsand bring those with us as well.
Kitchen Equipment and Essentials
- Instant Pot Smart DUO60
- J.A. Henckels Classic 7-inch Hollow Edge Santoku Knife
- Amco Advanced Performance 18/10 Stainless Steel Measuring Spoons
- Anchor Hocking Glass (Liquid) Measuring Cups
- Rösle Stainless Steel Flat Whisk – a MUST have, probably my most used utensil
- Bellemain Porcelain Ramekins
- Sonder LA End Grain Teak Cutting Board, Juice Grooves & Compartments
- Rose Brand Gourmet Chinese Egg Noodles
- Kadoya Pure Sesame Oil
- Toasted Sesame Oil
- Hot Chili Oil
- Seasoned Rice Vinegar
- Bormioli Rocco Viva Salad Bowl
- Bamboo Salad Hands
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Here is your handy printable recipe:
Pressure Cooker Simple Sesame Noodles
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- Hard Boiled Eggs
- BBQ Sliced Pork
- Grilled Char Siu Chicken Pork, Steak
- Whisk sauce ingredients together in a measuring cup and set aside.
- Place noodles into your Pressure Cooker cooking pot and add 3.5 cups of fresh water Dump in sauce.
- Lock on Lid and close Pressure Valve. Cook at High Pressure for 0 minutes. When Beep sounds, allow a 2 minute Natural Pressure Release and then carefully and slowly release the rest of the pressure.
- Remove cooking pot from Pressure Cooker and dump into a big serving bowl. Toss with scallions and drizzle with Toasted Sesame Oil. Serve.
Using the Stove or using Pressure Cooker as an Electric Burner
Use a Saucepan on your Stove or hit Sauté or Browning on your Pressure Cooker cooking pot and bring about 4 quarts of water to a boil. Add the Chinese Egg Noodles and cook according to package directions, which is about 5 minutes. Drain and rinse noodles.
Pour in the sauce and mix through. The noodles will start to absorb the sauce.
Mix in the Scallions. That’s it. Very simple. Enjoy.
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- 16 oz Chinese Egg Noodles
- 6-8 cups Fresh Water
- 8 Scallions sliced thin
- Mix together Sauce ingredients and set aside.
- Bring water to boil and cook noodles according to package directions. Rinse and drain. Pour sauce over noodles and mix in scallions.