Vegetarian Pad Thai

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This Pad Thai is one of my family’s favorite dishes.  Add a heap of grilled chicken or sea food and you have a delicious high protein meal.

I purchase my noodles at the Asian market in town and haven’t seen them online.  If you are looking for noodles, you’ll need to check out the Asian markets in your neck of the woods.  If anyone knows of a good source for mung bean noodles that would be accessible to everyone (think Whole Foods or perhaps an online retailer) by all means, leave a comment.

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  1. Bring water for noodles to boil in a large pot
  2. Cook noodles according to instructions on package, then drain and set aside
  3. In a 9 inch skillet, heat olive oil, then add onion
  4. Sauté onions for 10-15 minutes, over medium-low heat until lightly browned
  5. Add broccoli and ¼ cup water
  6. Cover pan and sauté 5 minutes or so until broccoli turns bright green and begins to soften
  7. Stir in garlic and salt
  8. Then stir in sesame oil, agave and ume vinegar
  9. In a small bowl, combine arrowroot and 1 tablespoon water, stirring vigorously to make a paste without any lumps
  10. Pour the paste over the broccoli and mix quickly and vigorously to loosen any of the mixture that sticks to the bottom of the pan
  11. Place noodles on individual plates, then top with broccoli mixture
  12. Garnish with scallions, cilantro and peanuts

This is a great dish winter, spring, summer or fall.  I hope you enjoy it.

We’re back in full swing with baseball.  My older son is playing on the All-Star Team again so I’ll be baking dozens of cookies and brownies in the next 6-8 weeks for their tournaments and having quite a few late night dinners after their 6:00 PM practices.  I’m not complaining though, it’s so much fun to sit outside in the evening and watch him play.  A fabulous way to spend summer nights!

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34 responses to “Vegetarian Pad Thai”

  1. Thank you for this recipe! However, mung bean noodles are really really high in carbs! That’s why I rarely use them even if they’re gluten-free…

  2. Found this recipe on your site at least a year ago and have made it almost weekly ever since. My whole family loves it. Thanks, Elana!

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