I'm really loving these one-pot dinners! It's so easy to clean up just one pot vs multiple pots and bowls and bits of cutlery, and I can even clean while dinner is cooking.
This week's one-pot gluten free dinner is a Thai-style dish, with a blend of sweetness and sour lime. It only takes about a ridiculous 17 minutes from start to finish. I'm a huge fan of Thai food, and without fail, whenever I get a Thai-style dish started by frying a bit of ginger, garlic, and green onions my husband - from wherever he is in the apartment - will say, "That smells really good!"
For some, Thai food can be a bit confusing, with unfamiliar flavours like kaffir, galangal, and tamarind. However, while not exactly the same, these can be substituted with more readily found things like lime, ginger, and brown sugar. I'll show you how, just keep reading!
This particular dish is, as are all my one-pot dishes, very flexible, so if you want to leave out the nuts you can. If you want to add some bits of leftover chicken, shrimp, or tofu, go for it! If you have kale, peas, bell peppers, or mung bean sprouts, toss 'em in!!
It's all good. Trust me.