Cook the noodles several hours or a day in advance. Quickly re-heat them by running hot water over them in a colander.
Once you have all the elements of the dish, it’s a fairly fast assembly!
Now, traditionally, Pad Thai is made with peanuts. If your family tolerates peanuts, feel free to use them instead of cashews. However, crispy cashews are a great option for peanut-free families!
Finally, if you need more protein in your life than this vegan recipe provides, add some scrambled eggs or grilled chicken, shrimp, or flank steak!
Have you ever made Pad Thai? Will you go with the vegan or non-vegan option?
Family-Style Pad Thai
Pad Thai is a classic Asian dish found at restaurants the world over -- and for good reason. It's one of the simplest, yet most flavorful dishes ever! A perfect balance of salty, sweet, and spicy and a lovely blend of textures!
Native Texans, Lindsey and her family now live in the northern Minnesota wilderness on their dream property, where they are attempting to raise chickens and a few of their own veggies. In her free time, she enjoys food photography, flipping through cookbooks, and tackling home improvement projects. She also serves on the board of her local food co-op. Lindsey has dedicated much of her time over the past several years to unlearning conventional practices and implementing whole foods and natural remedies in her home. This has radically changed her and her family's health. Lindsey now loves to share her knowledge and recipes through her blog, All The Nourishing Things (Google it!).
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