Organic Brown Rice Noodles Pad Thai with Chicken and Tofu
Why not add the benefits of increased fiber and whole grain goodness to your next Pad Thai experience? My friends at Explore Asian sell these naturally gluten-free noodles that are made from wholesome organic non-GMO brown rice, organic tapioca flour, and water – authentically grown and processed in Thailand.
I use these Organic Brown Rice Noodles in my bold Pad Thai recipe – which includes eggs, chicken, and tofu plus a super-flavorful sauce and a high ratio of veggies, chilis, and peanuts. It is one protein-packed, very satisfying meal – colorful, spicy, and anything but dull!
Red Rice Noodles
Stir-Fried Tempeh and Savory Peanut Sauce Cucumber, Radish, Scallion, Cilantro, Peanut, Serrano Chile
Bursting with flavor. And color. And texture. And heat. May I say that this vegan dish has it all. Super satisfying organic red rice noodles are tossed with a savory peanut sauce that gets a hint of sweetness from agave nectar. Stir-fried tempeh cubes add substance and protein, radish adds a zingy crunch, while serranos bring fire which is balanced by cooling cucumber and herbaceous cilantro.
These Organic Red Rice Noodles from my friends at Explore Asian are a product of Thailand. Red rice called Kow Mun Pboo ข้าวมันปู in Thai, is a non-glutinous long grain rice that is reddish brown in color with a nutty flavor and a high nutritional value, as the germ of the rice is left intact. The noodles are made from organic rice, organic tapioca flour, and water only.
Organic Red Rice Noodles with Savory Peanut Sauce Recipe
tri-color quinoa, jumbo shrimp, pad thai chili sauce garlic scrambled egg, cilantro, peanut, pickled thai chili, lime
It must be the plethora of quinoa recipes on Pinterest. I have quinoa on the brain. Here I took a perfectly good Pad Thai recipe and made it with quinoa. And actually, it was a nice twist on the classic. Not that I’m in anyway tired of the classic…
The inspiration for this twist on Thailand’s Stir-Fried Noodle dish comes from one of my favorite Korean rice dishes, Bibimbap. Chicken Pad Thai, Korean-Style is the third in a series of unique Pad Thai dishes ~ this is Pad Thai fusion!
One of Thailand’s most popular dishes is commonly made with stir-fried rice noodles, eggs, fish sauce, tamarind juice, red chili pepper, bean sprouts, garlic, shrimp, chicken, or tofu, peanuts, coriander and lime ~ the Taste With The Eyes Pad Thai Series incorporates all or most of these ingredients into recipes with a creative angle or unusual point of view.
Broiled Lobster Tail with Chili Glaze Rice Noodles, Spicy Pad Thai Sauce Sunny-Side-Up Quail Eggs, Garlic Chives and Blossoms, Mung Bean Sprouts Chopped Peanuts, Thai Red Chili, Cilantro, Lime Wedges
Lobster Pad Thai Deconstructed is the second in a series of distinctive Pad Thai dishes having special qualities, ingredients, or plating style ~ it’s Pad Thai with a twist…
One of Thailand’s most popular dishes is commonly made with stir-fried rice noodles, eggs, fish sauce, tamarind juice, red chili pepper, bean sprouts, garlic chives, garlic, shrimp, chicken, or tofu, crushed peanuts, coriander and lime ~ the Taste With The Eyes Pad Thai Series incorporates all or most of these ingredients into delicious recipes with unique flair!
Home renovations continue here at Chez Lori Lynn. The Brazilian granite counter is installed. Painting the walls and final electrical are all that are left of this project. Meanwhile however, the exterior of the house is being painted, along with the perimeter white picket fence. So, all the plants along the fence had to be trimmed back, including the shrimp plants. Rather than let those lovely branches go to waste, I saved them for arrangements. To my surprise they make striking centerpieces, which will definitely show up at parties in the future. And then the night’s dinner was inspired by those plants…