[Salsa Sauce] Dissolve the consomme granules in hot water.
Add the grated garlic, Magic Salt, black pepper, ketchup, honey, Tabasco, and water. Mix well.
Mince the tomato, onion, and coriander. Cut 2 slices from the lemon and then squeeze the remainder to get 2-3 tablespoons of lemon juice.
Add the chopped vegetables and the lemon juice to the liquid ingredients. Season with salt. Drizzle in the avocado oil and place in the refrigerator to chill.
[Chilled Chinese Noodles] Microwave the peppers, peel the skin, and cut vertically into thin slices. Please refer to (Recipe ID: 2624026)
Boil the Chinese noodles and top with the sliced avocado and peppers.
Cover with a good amount of soup and garnish with a slice of lemon to finish.
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Story Behind this Recipe
The combination of bell peppers and avocado is a topping for chilled Chinese noodles that you won't want to miss. The juice that comes from microwaving the peppers is so delicious, so don't throw it away. Add it to the soup.
If you're not a fan of coriander, you don't need to use it since it's just to add color. You could use minced parsley, mitsuba, celery leaves, mizuna, basil, etc. Make sure to slice the peppers thinly so that they can blend with the noodles and are easier to eat.