I haven’t been cooking for a while and been kind of bound to takeout food. So, I recently decided to go back and do some cooking. So, I wanted to share my Taste of the world recipe together with S.Pellegrino with you. From spending my past years being a student on a strict budget I learned how to not only save money but also perfect the few dishes I could live with eating several times a week. Thanks to my Asian heritage I also learned a lot of tricks and tips to cooking.
Pad Thai is a favorite for many people. And it is surprisingly easy to make. Now, keep in mind that there isn’t really a right or wrong way to make it. In Thailand different parts of the country makes it in different ways. I prefer to not make it too saucy and top it off with crushed peanuts and some lime.
You need just a few ingredients. Pad Thai Noodles. Oyster Sauce. Sauté Sauce. Salt, pepper and the meat of your choice. I also like to add cabbage into my Pad Thai. You boil the noodles soft before you free it in a pan together with the meat, the sauces and the veggies. And it only takes about 30 minutes from start to finish including cleaning up. I always use the whole package of noodles and end up having about 8 meals prepared.
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