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Use this thread to post links to your Core Ethnic & Holiday recipes.

 

Post your recipe as a new thread either the WW CORE forum or Core Recipes forum. Then in this thread, post a link to the original with or without the actual recipe. Questions and comments about the recipe would be posted on the original recipe to keep this thread easier to navigate. Kinda like a table of contents.


Joanne

SW 252.6/WWG 157/2013 Restart 192.6:bcb_huh:/CW189

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Pad Thai is a difficult dish to order out or, for that matter, to make at home for few points. Here is the recipe I devised yesterday that is so delicious. Just keep portions small!

 

Pad Thai

 

1/2 cup chicken broth

2 Tbsp. oyster sauce

4 Tbsp. tomato sauce

1 tsp. Sweet and Low brown sugar

2 Tbsp. each Canola/sesame oil 6

2 Tbsp. minced garlic

1 cup peeled shrimp 2

1/2 cup cooked chicken breast 2

1/4 cup Eggbeater 1

12 oz. fresh stirfry vegetables 1

1 T hot chili paste

1/2 cup of bean sprouts 3

1 oz chopped peanuts 4* non-Core

12 oz. whole wheat angel hair 18

1 Tbsp. pickled radish

1 lime wedge for each plate

3 oz. light firm tofu, reconstructed into cakes and cubed 1

Soften angel hair in hot water.

Heat oil in large wok or skillet over high heat.

Add shrimp, chicken, garlic and eggs; stir slowly for about one min.

Add vegetables and stir fry for 5 min.

Add oyster sauce, tomato sauce, tofu, chili paste,pickled radish and sugar. Stir until well mixed.

Drain angel hair and stir into pan, making sure all noodles are coated with sauce.

Add chicken stock,; stir until sauce is slightly reduced. Noodles should be slightly moist, but not wet.

Top with bean sprouts and chopped peanuts, and toss to mix lightly.

Garnish with lime wedges.

 

Number of Servings: 6

For points: 38/6= 6.5

You can top with fewer peanuts to cut more points

 


marge

 

SW: 206

GW: 146

CW: 166. 8:bcb_march

40#: 2/5; 45# 4/1; 50# 4/29

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