Spicy Thai Chicken and Peanut noodles

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Jun 13, 2017
Northeast Ohio
I was in the mood for some Asian flavors today and went with Thai keto style. Spicy Thai chicken with shirataki peanut noodles. I did most of the prep work yesterday and took it to the Blackstone today. Baby bok choy, red and orange bell pepper, scallions and shirataki noodles with a hot of sesame oil cooked on the griddle. Tossed in a rich spicy Thai peanut sauce featuring peanut butter, coconut milk, soy sauce fish sauce and spices including some dehydrated hot pepper powder compliments of Brian Slone Chicken breast was marinated overnight and cooked hot and fast on the Blackstone. Topped it off with some Asian pepper flakes and crunchy chili garlic sauce. The peanut sauce recipe I used as a starter was bad so did a lot of adjusting with no notes lol. The chicken marinade is below. Loved it. Thai Chicken Marinade
1/4 cup fish sauce
1 tbsp soy sauce
3 tbsp vegetable oil
3 tbsp brown sugar
3 tbsp lime juice
3-4 cloves garlic
1 inch ginger root peeled
1/2 shallots
1/2 tsp red pepper flakes
Wow Jeff I love this and the dish looks spectacular. I’ll have to give that marinade a try since I usually have most of those ingredients on hand. Chicken or pork marinated in this with bok choy over noodles is something I’d be into.
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Thanks guys. I appreciate the kind words. The marinade was really good. Seems like a lot of fish sauce but it works well. If it were for me only I would kick up the spice with a few finely minced Thai chilis! Oh and man that crunchy chili garlic OMG addictive. Believe it or not ive never had it before. I’ll be making a huge batch. It’s expensive as heck for small containers.
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