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Easy Pad Thai |Oil Free, Low Fat, Refined Sugar Free

Updated: Sep 2, 2020


Pad Thai is a weekly meal that is at the top of our favorites list in our household.

I personally love that I can pack so many vegetables into this dish!


You can customize the amount of fat in the sauce by using regular peanut butter or opting for a powdered peanut butter. Also try using raw almond butter for different take!


I use this meal as an opportunity to do a kitchen refrigerator clean out of any veggies we have, I've listed a few of our favorites here | red bell pepper, Bok choy, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, bean sprouts, tofu.


The more veggies you add the more nutrient dense this meal becomes!


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Easy Pad Thai |Oil Free, Low Fat, Refined Sugar Free
By: The Jaroudi Family

Pad Thai Sauce
Sauce Ingredients:
1/2 cup cooked white bean
2 tbsp peanut butter 
(use powdered peanut butter for a low fat option) 
1 tbsp lime juice 
1 tbsp white miso mixed with 3 tbsp water
1 pitted date
1 garlic clove 
1/2 cup water 
8 oz cooked Pad Thai Noodles 
4 cups of Vegetables Your Liking

We used:
3 cups steamed cabbage, carrots, and Bok choy
1 cup raw broccoli chopped 
3/4 cup green onion diced 

Directions:
+Add all of the sauce ingredients to a high speed blender - blend until well combined

[Change out the peanut butter with raw almond butter for a different spin on our recipe] 

+Add sauce to cooked Pad Thai noodles and vegetables

+Top with crushed peanuts, bean sprouts, and fresh lime! 

I hope you'll give this recipe a try, and let us know if you liked it!

We love seeing photographs of our recipes and just in general hearing from you guys!


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janetnagy
Sep 07, 2023

Thanks for posting this Pad Thai..we love it. I skip the white beans in the sauce and add 3/4 cup of frozen green peas to the veggies. I also add half a tub of cubed pressed tofu, grated carrot and grated zucchini since it’s coming out of my garden. it’s delicious. Everyone loves it.

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foreveryoung5
Jun 29, 2020

Hi Rachelle. Nope, no feedback. Regarding ACV, we tend not to measure ingredients unless absolutely necessary. We added a splash, gave it a good mix with the blender, tasted and repeated until the kid helping me was happy.

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Rachelle
Jun 29, 2020

@foreveryoung5 Did you get any feedback in regards to your comment? And I was wondering how much ACV you used for your double batch...

thank you!

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foreveryoung5
Jun 06, 2020

I was so excited when I saw this recipe. I had all the ingredients and couldn’t wait to make it. My family enjoyed it, but I have a few questions. My sauce came out very airy, like it was fluff. What did I do wrong? I doubled the recipe and used a Vitamix. I also ended up adding a few teaspoons of apple cider vinegar because my daughter said it needed a bit of tang. Thanks for putting out recipes that real people can make with what we already have in our kitchens.

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