Whole-wheat spaghetti replaces Asian noodles for this spin on classic veggie stir-fry
Who says you can't eat spaghetti with chopsticks, anyway?
If you're one of those spaghetti eaters that rolls their noodles with a fork and spoon like I do, you may actually like using chopsticks to get an even bigger roll of spaghetti plus some veggies too. I can say this from experience after eating my way through this tasty spaghetti stir-fry with chopsticks.
I like using whole-wheat spaghetti when making this dish because it adds texture and absorbs the teriyaki sauce nicely. I also like how the shredded Chinese cabbage adds to the heartiness of the dish.
For a little spice, try adding some red pepper flakes. And for crunch, chopped roasted peanuts taste so good piled on the top.
Here's a chopstick-spaghetti-roll in progress. So maybe this size of a bite isn't as dainty as it could be, but no one was looking, and it was so very good.
Whether you eat this wonderful stir-fry with chopsticks or a fork, you're sure to enjoy it.
Teriyaki spaghetti stir-fry with Chinese cabbage and veggies recipe