I love having my hair this short because all I need to do in the morning is dry it with a round brush and go. It’s light, springy and ideal for traveling!
Afterwards I worked on dinner featuring this Tasty Bite PadThai Simmer Sauce. Unfortunately, this Tasty Bite product wasn’t so tasty…
I’ve given rave reviews to both the Tasty Bite Good Korma and Satay Partay sauces. Not only were they incredibly flavorful, but each sauce is vegetarian with no preservatives. Plus the ingredient list can’t be beat.
Tonight version started no differently then the others. I sautéed some chicken breasts and broccoli,
then added my pad thai sauce,
then stirred and popped a lid on that baby for 10 minutes, stirring every so often.
Ummmm – these might make my Top 5 favorite chips ever. EVER.
They’re really dense, yet extremely airy. UGH SO GOOD. Hey, the Eiffel Tower!
At any rate – 10 minutes later I plated up some chewy brown rice and topped with my chicken & broccoli Pad Thai!
Sure, it had a great ingredient list and the fact that there’s no preservatives, etc in there gave it a little bonus, but it was just ok in the taste department.
It was a little too sweet for my liking and missing that classic, peanutty taste I look for in a really satisfying Pad Thai.
Oooo, it was spicy too! I didn’t hate that actually, just thought you should know.
Eh – you win some, you lose some – don’t ya’ Tasty Bite!? I’ll be back for more Korma & Satay, for sure.
Tonight, I am venturing back out into the world to run some errands. Hoping to be back before the sun sets – you know how I turn into a pumpkin when it gets to be too late!
Have a good night!
Tell me about your last kitchen mishap, bad product or dish gone wrong!
On Sunday I used a different bowl than I normally do to nuke my oatmeal – this one had really high sides – and it ended up funneling the frothing oatmeal up as it cooked, over the sides of the bowl, and ALL over the microwave plate. Fail.