30 Minute Creamy Thai Chicken with Noodles
30 minute creamy Thai chicken with noodles dinner made with healthiness in mind and deliciousness. Lightly flavoured chicken, bok choy, mushrooms and carrots cooked in the creamiest sauce flavoured with Thai spices, fresh lime juice and fresh herbs.
Monday is a good day to start with an easy gluten-free chicken dinner. This colourful creamy Thai chicken takes minutes to prepare and cooks for under 15 minutes. The sauce is thick, and creamy filled with healthy veggies and served with rice noodles.
Switching up the chicken with this Thai inspired weeknight creamy chicken is another way to serve a delicious gluten-free chicken dinner. This super flavourful dish is served over rice noodles with your favourite toppings. Your family will be impressed by how delicious this chicken dinner is with so much goodness in one bowl.
how to make creamy Thai chicken – the details,
You will love how easy this chicken recipe is. First, you toss chicken cubes with ginger, sesame oil, honey, tamari sauce and black pepper. Then using a large skillet, quickly brown the chicken pieces. To the same skillet, add the bok choy and lightly charr around the edges. Remove the chicken with the bok choy and make the creamy coconut sauce with lightly cooked veggies. The sauce takes just minutes to cook. Finish the sauce with fresh lime juice and herbs.
When it comes to Thai food, you can serve it with rice noodles or rice. Jasmine rice accentuates the Thai flavours and makes everything more delicious. Both, rice noodles and rice are naturally gluten-free, making them a good choice to add to this Thai meal. When it comes to thick sauces, I love to add noodles. I can’t help it, but noodles are my favourite carbs, especially when the noodles are heavily coated with a delicious sauce. Thai noodles are typically made from rice, and you can use either thick or thin rice noodles. Rice noodles cook very quickly and are probably the easiest noodles to prepare.
To make any meal extra special, it is all about the toppings. However, this Thai dish is delicious as is add some toppings, and this chicken dinner will step up to another level. I would recommend fresh herbs like cilantro or, if you can get Thai basil. And, fresh lime juice is a must in Thai dishes. Everything else you add, like hot chilli sauce or crushed pepper flakes, is all about the flavours you desire.
It is the beginning of the week, and starting with a bang is the way to go in our home. Serving gluten-free Thai creamy chicken oozing with deliciousness and plenty of healthy veggies served over satisfying rice noodles…perfect! The best part, this chicken dinner is healthy, comforting and not to mention satisfying. Enjoy!
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