Drunken Noodles With Chicken
It can be difficult sometimes to cook Asian cuisines if you are allergic to soy, wheat, fish and shell fish. However, if you occasionally don't mind the preservatives used in Ji Zhi which I mentioned in my Steamed Dumplings recipe, you can cook most Asian food without worrying about having a reaction to soy sauce. Here is a healthier version of Drunken Noodles recipe that I created. By adding a lot of fresh vegetables, the fibers in the veggies provide a nice balance between the unhealthy simple carbohydrates in the rice noodles and the complex carbohydrates in the veggies. For those people who need to watch their carbs intake, you don't have to be too hard on yourself. You can enjoy a little of this Southeast Asian classic dish from time to time. For those who have food allergies, this dish does not have soy sauce, wheat, egg, fish, shell fish, peanut, tree nut and dairy. You can also substitute the chicken with beef, tofu or shrimp if you are not allergic to them. Enjoy!