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This was great. I did have to add some water. I too used natural chunky peanut butter. I used Trader Joe's teriyaki favored tofu (more flavor). I was thinking of using less peanut butter next time because I thought the peanut flavor was a little strong, but my husband said he liked it that way. Next time I will add some steamed carrots. Thanks for sharing this!
Wasnt horrible, but way too sour
This really was Super Yummy Pad Thai! Two of us emptied the bowl. :) Like others, I reduced the amount of peanut butter. I used approximately 1/8 cup. I also used Splenda in place of the sugar. I used a shredded seitan product since I was too lazy to fry tofu, but I'm sure it would have been just as good with the tofu. Thanks for such a great version of my favorite noodle dish!
This is too peanut-y and sour for us.
This recipe is an excellent starting point for vegetarian Pad Thai. I too recommend reducing the peanut butter and adding a lot more vegetable, almost any kind will do.
Yum! We loved this! We will be making this a lot!!! Use rice noodles...they're the best with this dish! We also added a lot of vegetables (broccoli, peas, carrots)!
Oh my goodness!!!! This is like the most amazing Pad Thai ever! My girlfriend and I just made this, and we are both just sitting with our jaws on floor right now. We didn't add the Green Onions, or the pepper flakes, because I am a total wuss when it comes to spicy stuff. However, we did add a carrot though and that really added some crunch. I think next time I am going to try adding some fresh ground peanuts on top as well. Thanks again for this wonderful recipe, this is going in my arsenal for sure!!
What a great meal! I fed it to two meat eaters and all three of us loved it!! I also used chunky PB. I added more veggies so this recipe was enough for 5 people.
Sooo good! I used lingune, soy sauce (I hate! fish sauce), brown sugar, and chunky natural PB. I lived in Thailand for 3 months one summer and this is pretty close to the stuff I used to get from the local vendors. I'm eating it right now and trying to finish this review quicker to get back to it... yum!