For the Pad Thai
3 zucchinis, shaved into noodles with a spiral slicer
1 package enoki mushrooms, trimmed
4 shitaki mushrooms, (soaked and sliced)
2 spring onions, thinly sliced
1 red capsicum, cut into thin strips
20 snow peas, cut into thin strips
1 pound mung bean sprouts
½ lime, juiced
½ tsp sea salt
1 tbsp olive oil
For the Sauce
1 tbsp dulce seaweed
½ cup almond butter
½ cup semi-dried tomatoes
1 lime, chopped (including peel if organic)
4 cloves garlic, peeled
7 dates, pitted
¼ cup olive oil
2 small Thai chillies or 1 jalapeno
1 ½ tbsp shredded or zested fresh ginger’
1 to 2 tablespoons of braggs or tamari, plus extra if desired
1 ½ tsp live sea salt, plus extra if desired.
Place all the Pad Thai ingredients in a bowl and let them marinate for 30 minutes.
For the sauce, blend the hiziki, almond butter, sundried tomatoes, lime, garlic, dates, olive oil, chillies, ginger, braggs and sea salt with ½ cup water until creamy.
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