Discover the Ultimate Spicy Peanut Noodles in 4 Minutes

Summary of my bookmarked videos from Jan 6th, 2023


  • QUICK & TASTY 4 Minute Spicy Peanut Noodles, plus BONUS Dumplings! | Cooking from my Couch Ep. 3

    In this episode of "Cooking from my Couch," the host prepares a quick and delicious recipe for spicy peanut noodles. The noodles are made with peanut butter, chili oil, black vinegar, and topped with fried garlic and scallions. The host demonstrates how easy it is to make the noodles and shares tips for taking Instagram-worthy noodle photos. Additionally, she shows how the same sauce can be used as a dipping sauce for dumplings. The recipe is budget-friendly and can be customized with added meat or other ingredients. Overall, it's a satisfying and flavorful dish that can be prepared in just a few minutes.

  • The Best Peanut Sauce Ever!

    In this video, the creator shares a recipe for the Best Peanut Sauce Ever. With just seven simple ingredients including all-natural peanut butter, lime juice, maple syrup, tamari (or coconut aminos), sriracha, ginger, and garlic, you can create a delicious sauce in just five minutes. The sauce can be used as a salad dressing, noodle sauce, or a dip for tofu and veggies. It's recommended to add water to achieve the desired consistency, as it thickens when refrigerated. The sauce can be stored in the fridge for up to five days. For the printable recipe and more real food recipes, visit

  • Pilze in der Bio-Industrie: Verpackungen, Baustoffe und Nahrungsmittel | DokThema | BR

    Mushrooms, the mysterious organisms that are neither animal nor plant, are gaining attention in the bio-industry. They can be used to generate renewable building materials from mycelium, create biodegradable packaging, and even serve as food. Individuals like Patrik Mürner and Bastian Schubert are exploring various applications of mushrooms, such as using them to remediate contaminated soil, developing mushroom-based materials like a bike helmet, and growing tree fungi that taste like chicken. The potential of mushrooms as a sustainable and versatile resource is being explored, but the challenge lies in scaling up their industrial utilization.