Spicy Thai Pesto Chicken Noodle Bowls! These gluten free noodle bowls are delicious and easy to make! The thai pesto brings a kick of flavor and a dose of Healthy antioxidants! A dairy free dinner that’s ready in less than 45 minutes and great for a hungry crew!
There are two types of people in this world.. er.. food world. Those who LOVE pesto and those who don’t. If you don’t love pesto, hang tight, because I just might convince you. On the other hand, almost EVERYONE I know loves pasta or noodles or. I mean, who wouldn’t? Noodles make eating more fun and they go with just about everything; bonus if they are gluten free noodle bowls, right? That being said, I have a tasty Thai/Italian chicken gluten free noodle recipe today that will definitely make you LOVE pesto. Yep, Thai Basil Pesto Chicken Gluten Free Noodle bowls! Say that three times fast!
We love noodles for their willingness to adapt, but honestly, it’s the TYPE of noodle/pasta that is KEY, don’t you think? Thick, thin, short, long, rice, bean. You get my point. And, well, Explore Asian’s gluten free brown rice noodles and bean pasta are pretty much “on point” for adapting to flavors. Yes, pun intended.. naturally.
Are you tired of me talking about noodles yet? I hope not, I have so much more to gush about… alongside this spicy thai pesto. Swoon!
Okay, so about these noodles/bean pasta. We love them and actually have been using them for YEARS! In fact, they were a staple in my husband’s diet when we was training for Ironman New Zealand earlier this year. I had to get recovery meals on the table FAST! I mean, this guy was training 40 hours a week, he ate like a horse. As a wife and Nutrition Specialist, I was glad that Explore Asian bean and brown rice noodles were quick to make and a healthy gluten free or grain free carb source we could rely on! Nothing else added, just pure wholesome ingredients. Explore Asian bean noodles also provided an awesome source of plant protein just when we (he) needed it for proper post workout recovery. The black bean and edamame pasta have about 25 grams of protein per serving! That’s impressive!
Plus I adore the fact that Explore Asian buys directly from organic farmers in Thailand. Ya, that definitely gets bonus points in my book. Oh, and the never get soggy! PRAISE THE GLUTEN FREE NOODLE GODS!
But here’s the thing, and where I’m going with this noodles galore post. Once you find the right noodle/bean pasta, the rest of the ingredients can be left up to your imagination, or to your nutritional needs, or to your cravings!
Hence my Thai Pesto Chicken Gluten Free Noodle Bowls! Extra spicy please.
What’s so special about this Thai Pesto? Well.. THAI BASIL OF COURSE; and the superfood ingredients I added to make it!
Thai basil is bolder and slightly spicier than any other kind of basil!
But what I like most about Thai Basil is it’s health benefits. Did you know this basil is actually called the “better basil” because of it’s magical powers?
Yep, it’s PACKED with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties! Plus, it’s said to have certain beneficial compounds that help reduce stress and anxiety. I’ll eat a bowl of Thai basil pesto and noodles right now then PLEASE! (more benefits of basil here).
So you see, these gluten free noodles by Explore Asia are quite magical. They can take almost any ingredient and help turn it into one healthy tasty dish in NO TIME! Tried and tested and Cotter approved.
Check out Explore Asia’s new protein-based bean pasta at Whole Foods, Costco and Fairway stores! You can also see there gluten free noodles and other products online as well at www.explore-asian.com.
Ever tried Thai Basil or bean pasta?
Cheers to spicy pesto and gluten free noodle bowls!
This post is sponsored by FitFluential on behalf of Explore Asian.
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