Are you a bit of a fiend for Pad Thai? It’s an Aussie favourite, so we asked Vanessa from The Campstove Chef to show us how to make it while hiking. Turns out it’s super easy!
We know that feeling after a long hike; sore feet, tired legs and the desire to just put up the tent and crash. No one wants the job of cooking dinner and washing up, so we’ve come up with the easiest and tastiest Pad Thai you’ll ever have out on the trails.
Love street food? Because we do! This hiking Pad Thai is sweet, sour, crunchy, flavoursome, and most of all, quick! Give this recipe a try; keep in mind that you can add as many vegetables and as much protein as you like for added nutrition.
Prep Time / Cook Time
2 minutes / 5 minutes
- In a pot of boiling water put in noodles and vegetables, cook until al dente.
- Strain off excess water.
- Add in Pad Thai sauce and combine well so that everything is smothered in goodness.
- Chuck in a handful of peanuts and fried onions, serve with a wedge of lemon.
- Devour (remember to breathe!)