"their chicken is really spicy"
"beware, the injera is spicy"
"the water is spicy"
"the air was spicy"
"The staff was very rude"
"The dim sum restaurant didn’t have a menu"
"They gave me chopsticks"
"They asked me to wash my hands before I sat down to eat, something about traditions? I was humiliated"
"The staff didn’t speak English"
"The chair was spicy"
"The ice was spicy"
"Service was great. Food was great. Couldn’t find parking" - 1 star
'my napkins were only one ply. no free breadsticks”- 1/2 star
"the staff was spicy"
Girls who don’t receive romantic/sexual attention from boys blame themselves
Boys who don’t receive romantic/sexual attention from girls blame girls
YEAH WHATS WITH THAT
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Sometimes Thai people eat Pad Thai too: A healthy version of Pad Thai
It’s funny that Thai food is most commonly associated with pad thai, when really Thai people don’t eat pad thai all that often. For my family, that’s because it’s always too greasy. However, my mom managed to healthify pad thai (at least to an extent) on one of the days that she actually had cravings for some. How exactly?
- Pad Thai is made from soaked dried rice noodles, so using brown rice noodles instead of regular rice noodles makes a big difference.
- When the oil is put into the wok before the stir-fry, leave it for a while to allow most of the oil to evaporate so that you can have a really really nice, dry final product but still using the stir-fry method.
- Instead of putting the scrambled egg in, use tofu (or just egg whites) instead
- The protein component of this dish is already very low fat: shrimp, crab meat and tofu. So don’t skimp on those!
If you’d like a full recipe for this Pad Thai, feel free to message me at redefiningfood!