Thai Fried Rice – Video Stream Cooking Demonstration

October 13th, 2009 by Jean Duane


Hungry for a fast dish this fall to surprise and delight foodies? Gluten, dairy, allergy-free food professional Jean Duane, Alternative Cook has developed a delicious and healthy recipe for Thai Fried Rice – an all-in-one meal demonstrated on YouTube. This is a beautiful, colorful dish for those days with no time to cook.

Thai Fried Rice

Thai Fried Rice


Thai Fried Rice calls for toasted sesame oil, jalapeno, fish sauce (or wheat-free tamari), mirin wine and white pepper making the dish taste authentically ‘Thai’. Combine that sauce with rice, mung bean sprouts, tofu, steamed broccoli, fresh tomato wedges, shredded carrots, sliced cucumbers, cilantro and lime wedges. Best of all, the ingredients are available at most grocery stores. This tasty dish is a complete meal with protein, whole grain, vegetables and appetizing presentation. Meat-eaters can substitute the tofu with pre-cooked chicken strips. “Designed for the family on the go, it only takes about 15 minutes from start to finish” says Ms. Duane.
The segment was produced by PBS?s Life Wise and is posted on YouTube with permission. The complete recipe is presented in the video segment.

For more information on fast, easy-to-prepare gluten-free, dairy-free, allergy-free foods, check out Jean?s cooking DVDs ? Italian, Mexican, Chocolate and Kids? Meals at www.alternativecook.com. Bakers will be thrilled with Bake Deliciously! Gluten and Dairy Free Cookbook with over 150 Gluten-free, Casein-free (GFCF) recipes and substitutions for many allergens that really work! Unlike many other gluten-free cookbooks that have flour blends of starches such as cornstarch, sweet rice flour, potato starch and tapioca starch, Bake Deliciously! Gluten and Dairy Free Cookbook focuses on gluten-free whole grains and shows bakers how to use alternative sugars making it ideal for diabetics, Celiacs, those with gluten and dairy intolerance, Autism, ADD, ADHD, IBS, Crohn’s disease, Type O blood, multiple sclerosis and nursing mothers of colicky babies. Look for reviews in Ms. Fitness, Total Body, Health Monitor Network, Ideal Bite, Boca Raton Parent, Today’s Body Magazine, Today’s Dietician, Curves International and many more magazines, periodicals and blogs. (c)Alternative Cook, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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