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|Calories340Calories from Fat130|
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|Calories from Fat130|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Victoria Lovato a month ago
Just a tad bit sweet.
simon f. 2 months ago
We’ve made it many times. Everyone that Has has it loved it.
Lisy i. 4 months ago
This is a great recipe! Turned out way better than last time I tried to use tamarind paste. My sauce was very thick and concentrated so I needed to add water to get it to mix in. I used Farm Boy vegan chicken nuggets instead of shrimp. Next time I'll add another chili pepper.
Francis T. 7 months ago
Amazingly good! This is very comparable (heck I'd even say it rivals it) to the pad thai we order at our favorite Thai restaurant. My wife, the foodie, was impressed with the taste which says a lot. I made a few slight changes. I sauteed some chicken breast first and transferred it to a plate, cooked the shrimp, then added the chicken back with the shrimp. I omitted the tofu and spicy ingredients (chilies, pepper flakes) - the latter to make it kid friendly although the adults don't mind the heat ;). Used 2/3 cup of brown sugar and it wasn't too sweet although next time I'll reduce the amount of brown sugar to about 1/3 cup and see how it is. After dinner with the kids and packing our lunches for the next day for my wife and myself, the pad thai was finished just like that! I'll be doubling the recipe next time!
Tiffany 8 months ago
delicious! maybe a tad too sweet, which I'll correct in the future.
Bareiss 8 months ago
Sweet hot delicious. Easy once the prep work is done
Frances G. 9 months ago
turned out better than most pad thai that i have had in restaurants. i think second time making it will be easier for me. i left out tofu. added red peppers
Nancy 10 months ago
Prep took me longer than expected but I am a little slow as a stroke survivor. Love the red pepper flake! Will make it again soon.
maggie kerr-southin 10 months ago
Excellent I only used one chili, but it needed two.
Kane Quarrell a year ago
Loved it. Instead of tofu I used chicken thigh fillets. Turned out a treat 👍
Dana a year ago
This recipe is easy to make and soooo tasty! I cannot believe that I am able to make authentic pad Thai! No need to visit my local Thai restaurant anymore.
Shannon Blackmore a year ago
Simple and very tasty
Insung H. a year ago
good i love it easy and quick
Andrii Shapovalov a year ago
made it with spagetti. put less sugar in. very tasty!
Jamie a year ago
I really loved it, however, I couldn’t find all of the ingredients it called for in the store so I had to buy a packaged sauce, which turned out fine. I could live without the tofu too. I added some chili garlic sauce to add a kick for those who like it spicy!
Stephanie Harfield a year ago
Liked it and would do it again. The sauce however turned out too sweet for my taste.
Cano 2 years ago
amazing! very flavorful, easy and quick
Martin Gingoyon 2 years ago
It turned brown for some reason but I love the taste so much. Added more lime for more citrusy taste
Mary J. 2 years ago
Great flavor, even without the peanuts and 2/3 of the tamarind paste.
Paola Sanchez 2 years ago
Perfect recipe I added lemon juice at the end
Smeds 2 years ago
Good recipe! Turned out great!
Tom 2 years ago
This recipe is awesome. I put about a tablespoon of peanut butter into the sauce and it adds a lot to the flavor
Angelo M. 3 years ago
I enjoyed this dish and I have some remarks based on my personal taste. In my opition half of the lime is already enough: I found the acid taste component too strong compared to the other components. The quantities for 4 serving gave me 8 portions of about 250-260 g, that means about 110 kcal/100g. Very good: I can keep eating this recipee with any worry!
Brett H. 4 years ago
Easy to make and delicious! Definitely a great break from the weekly dinner grind. If you don't like it to spicy I would only add one thai chili and make sure it's minced.