this meal wasn't as good as it looked. i scored the veggies and noodles at the food bank. i sauteed the veggies and noodles in some hot sesame oil, sweet chili sauce, and a splash of bragg's. it was okay, but a little too carrot intensive for my tastes. i had never had yellow carrots before.
i'm bummed that i can't replicate that type of stir fry flavor that can only be experienced by getting food at an actual chinese restaurant, or having your own personal chef. the veggie pot stickers-(vegan, brand name was Ling-Ling) were a freezer purge item. they tasted like freezer burn-- i should have thrown those away, but i didn't because i hate wasting food.
now about those noodles: they are called tofu shirataki noodles and are made by house foods america. this is a good noodle for those who can't have gluten. it was a nice change of pace from rice. they reminded me of ramen noodles. they come in a refrigerated package. i suggest draining and lightly rinsing the noodles before eating because i thought they smelled weird. don't worry, i checked the package and it hadn't expired. i think these would be really awesome in a vegan egg less drop or hot n' sour soup. i'll have to try that next time.