Miracle Noodle Pad Thai

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🍜Miracle Noodle Pad Thai🍜 . Guys, @miraclenoodle is LIFE CHANGING. I can’t taste a difference between these and your typical rice noodles and these have only 1G carb per serving!!! That’s 4 calories 😱 so naturally this recipe has 4 servings of pasta because why not 💁🏼‍♀️ . ❗️270 cals (yes that’s the WHOLE bowl) ▪️22P ▪️6.7F ▪️27.5C . 🌶Ingredients: —2 packages of miracle noodle fettuccine (can be found in the asian section of Whole Foods, some HEBs, Walmart, and Amazon) —85g broccoli (I use frozen & reheat it. Or use whatever veggie you want) —85g frozen grilled chicken breast (or precooked chicken) —1 Tbsp Thai Kitchen’s Pad Thai Sauce —4 Tbsp East-West Asian Peanut Sauce —sriracha (optional) . 👩🏼‍🍳Directions: 1. Rinse the miracle noodles in a colander for a minute & then toss into a pot of boiling water for 1-2 minutes. Drain. 2. In a non-stick (or sprayed) pan, cook the noodles for 5-10 minutes. This will help to dehydrate them and make them less chewy. 3. Add your veggies & chicken & cook until no longer frozen, then add your sauces. 4. Spices I’d recommend: ginger, salt, garlic, onion powder, etc. 5. Try not to burn your tongue 😉 . 🤓MY NOTES: -everyone has their own favorite version of pad Thai. I LOVE kinds that have really strong peanut 🥜flavors so I opted to use more of the peanut sauce than the pad Thai sauce. I might even try to toss in some PB2 or real peanut butter next time. Change up the ratios depending on your tastes. 😋 . ❓Why did you use bottled sauce? Isn’t that less macro-friendly? ❓ —YES, but you just saved a TON of carbs with these miracle noodles. The sauce is what’s important to me for pad Thai so I think its worth using bottled sauces rather than expending a lot more effort to make a sauce from scratch. 💁🏼‍♀️ . What other Asian noodle recipes should I try to make with these miracle noodles?? Let me know if you have any questions & of course SEND PICS if you make this recipe 😍

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