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The following recipe makes 8 servings at <$2.55 a piece!
All ingredients are organic, and vegan (excluding the chicken)!
- 1 Pack 365 Everyday Value brand Spaghetti: $1.25
- 2 Organic Chicken Breasts (omit or substitute for vegan/vegetarian recipe): $5.50
- 1/2 Container Baby Bella Mushrooms: $1.50
- 1 Container Baby Corn (fresh, not pickled): $4
- 2 Cups Mixed Stir-frying Vegetables (i.e. broccoli, red bell pepper, green onions, water chestnuts, snap peas): $3
- 1/4 Large Onion: $.35
- 3 small cloves of garlic: $.10
- 1-2 Tablespoons Soy Sauce: $.50-$1
- 1 Bottle 365 Everyday Value brand Peanut Sauce: $3
- Black Pepper: $.20
- Red Chili Flakes: $.25
- If you aren’t a fan of spicy flavors, omit the red chili flakes and black pepper and add roasted, unsalted cashews or peanuts for a more nutty flavor. Kaffir lime, ginger, bean sprouts, and basil are also tasty ingredients, found in many Thai dishes, that will add flavor without adding spice.