On my latest trip to CostPlus World Market, I noticed some new gluten-free items I hadn't tried. I love their variety of unique products. First I tried Snap Dragon's Hong Kong Seafood rice noodle soup bowl. Very tasty, especially if you love the flavor of seafood. I also tried their Pad Thai Ginger which is a rice noodle and ginger pad thai sauce. This one you had to add a meat, vegetable and egg to. I didn't quite like it and prefer the traditional pad thai flavor. Next up were two different flavors of tortilla chips by a company called Food Should Taste Good. Their all natural chips came in a variety of flavors but I chose the one with lime juice and sea salt and the sweet potato flavor. I loved them both! They are so yummy I had a hard time not eating the whole bag. They are light and crisp yet sturdy enough to use in any dip. Finally, I tried Tiger Tiger's Indonesian Satay sauce in a stir-fry recipe. It was really good and had a little bit sweeter flavor than the Thai satay sauces I've had.
Shrimp & Vegetables with Indonesian Satay Sauce
1/2 lb. large raw shrimp, shelled and halved
1/2 green bell pepper, chopped
1/2 red bell pepper, chopped
2 c. cooked rice noodle or mung bean threads
5 oz. (1/3 jar) Tiger Tiger Indonesian Satay
2 Tb. coconut oil
Directions: Heat oil in large pan over med-high heat. Add bell peppers and stir-fry for 2 minutes. Add shrimp, stir-fry another 2 minutes. Add noodles and sauce. Mix well to evenly incorporate. Stir-fry for 2-3 minutes. Serve!