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Recipe: Hallelujah Noodles

This is a recipe that has been passed down through my church. Great and easy to cook for large gatherings. Everyone Ive cooked it for loves it.

Hallelujah Noodles Ingredients

  • 1 (16 ounce) package uncooked linguini pasta

  • 1 cup soy sauce

  • cup extra virgin olive oil

  • cup white sugar

  • ? cup distilled white vinegar

  • 1 tablespoon sesame seeds

  • 1 (10 ounce) package mixed baby salad greens

  • 1 (8 ounce) package imitation crabmeat, flaked

  • 1 bunch chopped cilantro

  • 1 avocado - peeled, pitted and diced

How to Make Hallelujah Noodles

  1. Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil. Place linguini pasta in the pot, cook for 8 to 10 minutes, until al dente, and drain.

  2. In a bowl, whisk together the soy sauce, olive oil, sugar, vinegar, and sesame seeds.

  3. In a large bowl, toss the cooked pasta with the soy sauce dressing, greens, imitation crabmeat, cilantro, and avocado. Chill until serving.

Hallelujah Noodles Nutritions

  • Calories: 469.1 calories

  • Carbohydrate: 62.5 g

  • Cholesterol: 5.6 mg

  • Fat: 19.4 g

  • Fiber: 5.2 g

  • Protein: 12.2 g

  • SaturatedFat: 2.8 g

  • ServingSize:

  • Sodium: 2055.8 mg

  • Sugar: 15.3 g

  • TransFat:

  • UnsaturatedFat:

Hallelujah Noodles Reviews

  • As suggested by other reviewers I halved the soy sauce. I now wonder if it was too little, I think Ill add a tad more next time. There will be a next time as this is a different side dish and one that Im happy I found. Thanks Outliercook

  • I really like this recipe I love the combined sweet and salty taste...however, I agree with the previous reviewer on the point of the recipe calling for too much soy sauce. I only added half of what the recipe said to use, and it came out great.

  • I followed others recommendation and halved the amount of soy sauce and I also doubled the amount of imitation crab meat (because thats how much I bought and didnt want to waste it). It tasted wonderful and the dressing seemed just right. Any more soy sauce and I think it would have been too much. I will definitely make this again.

  • This recipe sounded delicious to me, but when I made it...too salty tasting--too much soy sauce The soy sauce covered the taste of cilantro and avocado completely-- which is what made it sound so good to me.

  • These noodles are so simple to make and sooo yummy I used 1/2 cup soy sauce and found it sufficiently savoury and added another tablespoon of sesame seeds. Didnt have any baby salad greens, added some boiled chopped carrots for colour. And the recipe does improve with chilling. Thank you OutlinerCook for sharing I will definitely be making this again

  • This is my first time reviewing recipes after years using this site....I did take other reviewers suggestions of cutting the soy in half...and I left out cilantro because its not a flavor I like personally...even before the mixture cooled it tasted AMAZING I am definitely going to make this again Worked well with whole wheat pasta also.

  • Halving the soy sauce was definitely a great idea. These noodles were SO YUMMY I brought them to work and everyone loved them

  • Delicious yumm yumm yumm At first, I followed the advise of others and started with only 1/2 cup of soy sauce, thinking I could add more if necessary. I did end up using the whole cup of soy sauce and did not find it too salty. This may have to do with the brand of soy sauce you use? Not sure, I use kikkoman only. I did make one change as I forgot to buy sesame seeds. I substituted a scant teaspoon of sesame oil for them and this was fantastic. I will definitely make it again.

  • YUMMY I made some changes:used a bit less soy sauce, penne pasta, substituted sugar for splenda, used tuna instead of crab and spinach instead of mixed baby greens.Amazing summertime dinner

  • Yucky

  • So easy I did about 2/3 cup of soy sauce and 1/4 cup of olive oil. Turned out great. Husband loved it and says it should be a new dinner staple

  • Meh.. this wasnt that great for me. I even tried halving the soy sauce and it still seemed to salty for me. I was a little disappointed. I really wanted the cilantro and avocado to stand out and this sauce just drowned it.

  • LOVE this recipe I used 1/4C evoo, & 1/4C SESAME OIL-Adding sesame oil is a MUST for this recipe, then the sauce makes a great salad dressing too-THX

  • I didnt care for this noodle salad, I made it last night and I have been trying to think all day exactly what it is that didnt work for me and I cant even say. The mix of everything together just did not work :(

  • Wowsa I made this for the first time tonight. It says it serves eight, but with a family of five, two of which are under 10yo, we had absolutely NO leftovers Of course I made a few minor changes. I reduced the soy to 2/3 C, the oil to 1/4 C, and used a scant 1/2 C sugar. Even with these reductions in the sauce, I still had about 1/2 C of sauce left after all else was consumed. I am a vegan, so I opted to skip the crab meat. Instead I fried out a package of extra firm tofu in 1T of olive oil, 2t of garlic powder, and 2 chopped scallions. I had spinach on hand and it went perfectly with this meal. The avocado is the icing on the cake It compliments the taste of the dressing in the perfect manner. I always ask my family if a meal is a do-over. This one was unanimous My 7yo even asked if we could have it for breakfast tomorrow :)

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