Where are your shrimp sourced?
We use wild-caught, American Gulf shrimp, caught in the Gulf of Mexico. These little crustaceans pack a lot of flavor and protein—17g per single serving, or 32g for an entire double serving.
Are there a lot of peanuts?
We include a separate pouch of dry-roasted peanuts in every meal, so you can choose to add a lot or just a little. Pro tip: We like to top the Pad Thai with the peanuts after it's rehydrated, so they retain their crunch.
X Tear pouch open and REMOVE oxygen absorber and peanut pouch.
X Tear open and ADD the peanuts to the contents of the bag.
X SINGLE SERVING Add a little more than one cup (250ML) of BOILING (yes, boiling) water to bag.
X DOUBLE SERVING Add a little more than two cups (500ML) of BOILING (yes, boiling) water to bag.
X STIR and reseal. HANG OUT for 15 minutes. Think about how big the universe is.
X OPEN. STIR AGAIN. EAT. SMILE.
X Rehydration will take LONGER at higher altitudes.
Our version of this quintessential Thai dish captures the four Thai flavors of sweet, salty, sour and spicy. Traditional Banh Pho rice noodles are served with carrots, bean sprouts and peanuts in a flavorful wild American shrimp sauce.
INGREDIENTS: (notice how many you can pronounce!)
Rice Noodles (Rice Flour, Water), Carrots, Whole Pasteurized Eggs, Onion, Bean Sprouts, Brown Sugar, Textured Vegetable Protein (Defatted Soy Flour), Dry Roasted Peanuts, Grapeseed Oil, Fish Salt (Anchovy, Sea Salt), Rice Flour, Garlic, Tamarind Powder (Tamarind), Dried Ground Shrimp (Shrimp, Salt), Dried Scallions, Dried Cilantro, Lime Juice Powder (Maltodextrin, Lime Juice, Lime Oil), Turmeric, Dried Thai Chiles
CONTAINS: Peanuts, Eggs, Soybean, Anchovy, Shrimp, Sulfites
I have enjoyed this meal before, and found the blend of tastes to be excellent. It's definitely on my menu for the Rocky Mountains this summer. I highly recommend Pad Thai.
Excellent flavor and texture!
Great taste. Great company to deal with. Easy preparation. Truly makes you look forward to dinner when backpacking.