Video: Vegetarian Pad Thai with Zucchini Noodles

Since the feedback has all been really positive towards Inspiralized cooking videos, I’m bringing you a new one today! Here’s how to make my Vegetarian Pad Thai with Zucchini Noodles:

For the recipe and original blog post, click here.

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18 comments

barbara buda says:
Hi I love your site and all of the recipes! I have buckets of zuchinni from my garden. Can I freeze the noodles raw and then enjoy them this winter when I am craving taste of fresh zuchinni? Do you recommend blanching the noodles before freezing? Help? Barb B
Barb - check out my How To page, I have an article all about that!
Anonymous says:
Great video! Perfect amount of simplicity and instruction.
Marisa says:
Love the videos (and the fopsticks lol)! This looks delicious!! Can't wait to try it.
Love the video! Pad thai is one of my fave foods in the universe, but I never eat as much of it as I want to because it's so unhealthy. This solves that problem! ;)
Holly B says:
Thanks for the video! I love the "busy" music. It's interesting that you really under cook your zoodles. I always stir fry mine until they are soft. I should branch out :)
B Ansel says:
I love this...simple and easy to follow, like all your videos! Thanks for continuing to inspiralize the world Ali :) Can't wait for the cookbook!
Ali, I found your site about 3 weeks ago and love it. I especially love the videos because I just got my spiralizer in the mail yesterday so I am a newbie :) Thank you for so many great recipes and resources!
Anonymous says:
My daughter gave me a spiralized last month and it is now my favorite kitchen tool! Had a party last night where my friends asked me to demonstrate, so I used a sweet potato and the finest noodles came out beautifully. Immediately seven of my gf's asked for info to buy one! Gave this URL as well
How fun! Thanks for the shout out :)
alissaks says:
Awesome, I am going to make this tonight! How about a video using broccoli stems, since I've yet to try that.
I am definitely going to be putting that together!
Tina Wilson says:
Hey Ali...what is the brand of chili sauce did you use? I know the blog says Thai, but the one I found at Whole Foods looked different and didn't have garlic? Thanks :)
It doesn't have to have garlic, any Thai chili sauce will work! This is what I use: http://www.gourmetfoodworld.com/Oriental-Products/Huy-Fong-Foods-Chili-Garlic-Sauce-Hot-Oriental-Products-details-3552.asp?af=googleprod2&gclid=Cj0KEQjwsJyfBRC729Oy5Pf26ekBEiQAYtd9QcA6wnpghCq6WJectmjSxwMjCU4qNwwXVZp__1fgVp4aAsC48P8HAQ
Anonymous says:
Where can I find those cool "fopsticks"? They are cute and very practical!
Thank you! They are from CB2!
Diane F says:
This recipe was amazing. I added shrimp and used your suggested substitute of Hoisin sauce for the fish sauce. Simply delish!! Thanks!

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