Gluten Free Korean Style Shrimp and Chicken Bowl

Written by Todd

Topics: Dinner, Lunch, Poultry, Seafood

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Ok, I haven’t been to Korea yet so I’m not sure what a real Korean noodle bowl tastes like.  The closest I’ve gotten is the Hong Kong airport. Also I think I might have  been to Koreatown just once, so I’m quite the expert. In my mind  this is what a Korean noodle bowl might taste like.  I will get to one of the Koreas eventually and might see the error of my ways.   Until then I’m going to keep using these new TJ’s rice noodles to make delicious authentic Korean noodle bowls!  (When I Googled this recipe, one beloved celebrity chef was calling for whole wheat spaghetti noodles for this dish??? Really?  Yes, really.)

Ingredients Used:

  • 2 tbsp. Olive oil
  • 1 tsp. Trader Joe’s Toasted Sesame Oil
  • 1 package Trader Joe’s Asian Vegetables with Beijing Style Soy Sauce – Sauce is NOT used, discard as it has wheat
  • 1 cup Trader Joe’s Broccoli Florets
  • 1 cup Trader Joe’s Petite Peas
  • 2 cups thawed and diced Trader Joe’s Just Grilled Chicken Strips
  • 2 cups thawed Trader Joe’s Large Cooked Shrimp
  • 1 packet Trader Joe’s Fresh Rice Noodles
  • Trader Joe’s Sweet Chili Sauce to taste (not very spicy, more sweet)
  • San J Gluten Free Tamari to taste

Heat the oils in a wok or large pan over high heat.  Also bring a pot of water to boil for the noodles.  Follow the directions for the noodles that are printed on the package.  (They boil for about 2 minutes, then drain and rinse with cold water.)  Once the oil is hot, stir fry the veggies and add the broccoli and peas.  About 5 minutes should be fine.  Add the tamari and chili sauce and stir.  Add the shrimp and diced chicken.   Mix well and then add the noodles.  Turn off the heat and let the flavors all mix.  Serve in a bowl. (Korean Noodle Bowl, remember?)  Enjoy!


Any real Koreans out there with authentic bowl recipes? Please share!


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  1. theresa says:

    I just bought the Korean Rice Noodles and was looking for a way to use them! This looks easy and delicious! Look forward to trying it. Thanks!

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