Pad Thai Shrimp Rice Noodles

Pad Thai Shrimp Rice Noodles

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  • Single Serving Ingredient List:

  • C. Pad Thai Sauce (See sauce mix below)

  • 4

    oz. Shrimp, shelled & de-veined, marinated

  • 6

    oz. Rice sticks (re-hydrated) (2 C.)

  • 1

    oz. Red onions, sliced ¼" (¼ C.)

  • 1

    oz. Thai basil, sliced (or sweet basil)

  • 3

    oz. Bean sprouts, fresh (2 C.)

  • 1

    oz. Green onions, slant cut 2"

  • 1

    Tbsp. Peanut, roasted, crushed

  • 1

    Tbsp. Cilantro, chopped

  • .6 oz. Corn oil (2 Tbsp.)

  • Garnish with lime wedge


To make Pad Thai Sauce: 5 C. Cilantro Peanut Sauce (Starport 222), 5 C. General Kung Pao Sauce (Starport 345), 5 C. XOX Sweet Teriyaki (Starport 217), 2-1/2 C. Fish Sauce , 7-1/2 C. Sweet & Sour Sauce (Starport 215). Mix well cover and refrigerate. Marinate Prawns: For each pound of prawns, thoroughly mix 0.4 oz. (1Tbsp.) Marinade Seasoning (Starport 356), 0.8 oz. (2-1/2 Tbsp.) oil and 0.8 oz. (2 Tbsp.) water. Add in prawns marinate for 15- 30 minutes. Instructions: Soak rice sticks in warm water about an hour until softened. Rinse and drain then add 1 Tbsp. oil to each 2 lbs. of noodles to prevent clumping. Cover and refrigerate. See instructions above for mixing Pad Thai Sauce and marinating shrimp. Add 2 Tbsp. oil to hot griddle or wok and sear shrimp for 1 minute, then add onions. Sauté 30 seconds, add rice sticks, then wine or broth. Cover and let rice sticks steam 1-2 minutes until noodles become translucent. Add Pad Thai sauce, basil, and ¾ of the bean sprouts (save some for garnish) toss until steaming hot. Add green onions (save a few pieces for garnish) toss well and remove. Garnish with remaining green onions, bean sprouts, crushed peanuts, cilantro and a lime wedge. Note: This recipe uses thick, (wide) rice sticks, thinner rice sticks may also be used and cooks in less time. However; different brands require different cooking times. It is best to test the cooking time for the brand you use.


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