You will not believe how quick you can pull this ridiculously summery and fancy dish together. You can prep everything the night before and just leave the grilling to ten minutes before you eat.
This dish is surprisingly filling, I figured 2 sweet potatoes per person, but if you are serving a lot of other things then figure ½ to 1 sweet potato per person.
You don’t have to remove the basil from its stems fully for this, you just throw it in and it tastes amazing! You can really use any kind of chicken for this recipe. If you don’t have shallots you can use a purple onion, it will be almost as good!
There is nothing better than a good corn on the cob. If you don’t have a grill or BBQ and want to ensure that your corn is soft and buttery, this is a fun and quick way to do it on your stove top!
If you want to make authentic pad Thai, go to an Asian market and buy all these ingredients, they can all be found in one store. Pad Thai is the most popular street food in Thailand and you should know how to make it the way they do! Follow these simple steps and you will be making it again and again!