Gluten-Free Pad Thai
Have you ever eaten Pad Thai? It is not a very filling meal and doesn't feed very many people. I have a solution to fix that!
Gluten-free Pad Thai
Have you ever eaten Pad Thai? It is a wonderful and very tasty meal. Unfortunately, it is not very filling and does not make a whole lot of food. I have a quick and easy way to change that completely!
Thai Kitchen: Gluten-free Pad Thai (this costs about $3.50 at the grocery store)
2 tablespoons of Chopped Garlic
1 medium Chopped Onion
1 Head of Cabbage
¼ chopped gluten-free peanuts
5 cooked and cut up chicken tenders or 2 small chicken breasts
1 tablespoon of Olive Oil
First, scramble two eggs and then set them aside. Then, spray a large skillet or wok with Pam. Next, cut the cabbage as if you were cutting it to make yourself a salad. Pour the garlic, onion, and 1 tablespoon of Olive Oil into the large skillet, pour the freshly cleaned and cut head of cabbage over the other ingredients in the large skillet and season it with sea salt. Begin cooking the ingredients on high and stir so that the onions begin to caramelize. After that is done, turn the setting down to 7 or medium high. Cook it around 20 minutes or until the cabbage is soft and somewhat translucent. While the cabbage is cooking, cook the Pad Thai noodles as the instructions direct. Once the cabbage has finished cooking mix the cooked noodles, cooked and cut up chicken, and Pad Thai sauce and continue to cook for 5 minutes. Serve and top with gluten-free peanuts on top. Bon appetite!