I finally got a chance to try my skinny noodles last night. I wish I had tried them earlier. I am super impressed. If you are into asian dishes like stir-fries, soups, pad-thai…this is IT. The noodles were very thin. They really have no taste. Very neutral. They pick up the flavor of the sauce you put them in. So versatile. My next plan is to put them in a some kind of soup.
I made stir-fry with my noodles.
You can use whatever veggies you want for yours. Just chop them all up.
Add a bit of oil to your pan and get the veggies cooking.
While my veggies were cooking I started draining the noodles. I drained them 3 times.
I cooked my chicken on the side as the veggies were cooking. I can’t find my wok so the process took a bit longer!
Add cooked chicken and spices. I used some ginger and some ponzu sauce + a tbsp of peanut butter.
I used a paper towel and got out any extra water from the noodles. I simple popped them into the pan and mixed everything together.
The final product. It was delish. Peanut/soy sauce was amazing and the noodles added a lot of volume with barely any calories! Super excited to try the rest of these guys!
Don’t forget I am running a giveaway for these noodles right over here– 5 packs!
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Spring roll skins
Steamed and cooled asparagus
Red butter lead lettuce
Wet spring roll wrapper. Put on clean surface. Add ingredients. Tuck in at sides and roll.
Cut in half and enjoy! You could use any dipping sauce you like. I will use a honey ginger soy sauce.
You can also use whatever veggies you like. A good addition might be avocado or a smidgen of cream cheese!
1 lb of extra lean turkey burgers, 1 handful of chopped spinach, 1 tsp of reduced sodium soy sauce, 1 tbsp of sweet chili sauce, ginger, sea salt, pepper, chili powder to taste, 1/2 cup of feta, 1 egg.
Mix well. Form into patties. Cook on both sides until done. So good!!!
Happy Wednesday friends. Both the hubs and I had appointments in Key West. I am typing this blog from Thai life. A floating barge in Garrison Bight. I am so on this Asian obsession! I can’t stop! We split some Phuket vegetarian spring rolls. Filled with glass noodles, shrimp, and chicken. Delightful and light. Served with two spicy sauces. I think they cost around eight dollars. Perfect starter. My husband got shrimp Tom yum medium, and chicken panang medium. I went with the medium seafood Tom yum. It was filled with shrimp, scallops, and grouper. It came with a side of jasmine Rice. Amazing authentic flavor! I really enjoyed it. Next time I will try thai hot though. It was nice watching the boat come into the docks, and the dolphins playing in their pods. We were the only table in the joint. Their iced tea was perfect, locals special prices, and you can’t beat the view. Go Thai life!