Want a yummy lunch in no time with left overs, to boot? I do! Below is my take on Thai noodles. I make this recipe when I want something yummy and fulfilling - and tasty. Yes, a peanut butter sandwich is indeed faster to make - but I made this within 20 minutes (and left the clean up for later;) See my recipe below.
Enjoy and Eat with gratitude in your heart!
I think it would be nice to soak Tofu (as noted in my Thai me up Spring Rolls recipe) but time is of the essence now and then ... so, it is fine either way. Also, if you are not a tofu fan .... saute' mushrooms with a soy sauce mixture (as noted below) or just in some sesame oil...
THIS IS SUPER TASTY!!!
When we last ventured into the big city we hit the Thai market and got all of our favorite Thai food basics. My favorite thing to make is Thai Spring rolls. I make them with whatever I have on hand. I make a ton and have 'em for lunch and snacks. I eat like every 2 hours. So, yeah, I make a lot! I mix tahini with Thai chile sauce and add a little hot stuff on top of that. It gives the dip a nice, peanutty & spicy flavor. I don't roll the prettiest of spring rolls.... but, hey, that's just how I roll. Check out the recipe below. It seems like a lot but if you prep it out and create a "production" line with your ingredients... you can pump these out in no time and feed a crowd.
ABOUT THIS BLOG!
I am simply a person with a serious passion for FOOD! I am not a chef, chemist or doctor - I am just a foodie food-head! The recipes in this blog are things I make for myself, my family and my friends and they have been tested and tried by some of my closest food critics. This blog has helped me become more aware and appreciative of the food I prepare and share and I am very grateful for this.