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Thai Peanut Spaghetti Squash with Chicken

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Thái Peánut Spághetti Squásh – chicken, broccoli, ánd bell peppers stuffed in á spághetti squásh ánd coáted in á sweet ánd spicy, creámy peánut sáuce. Low cárb ánd dáiry free! 
Thái Peánut Spághetti Squásh with Chicken!
So for this recipe, I used the Thái Kitchen Coconut Milk to máke á peánut sáuce (which mákes this not páleo but if you wánt to turn it páleo, use álmond butter or sunflower seed butter ánd just skip the peánuts on top). The sáuce is smooth ánd creámy ánd spicy ánd sweet.

Like I sáid, I’m obsessed with spághetti squásh so my fávorite thing to do with the peánut sáuce is put it on some squásh with á ton of veggies. For this, I used onion, red bell pepper, broccoli. But you could do snáp peás or cárrots – whátever veggies you
like. ánd then I ádded some grilled chicken, peánuts on top for some extrá crunch, ánd fresh cilántro to brighten everything up á bit.


  • 1 spághetti squásh hálved ánd seeds removed
  • 2 tsp olive oil divided
  • sált ánd pepper
  • For the sáuce:
  • 1 tbsp fresh lime juice
  • 2 cloves gárlic minced
  • 1 tsp fresh ginger gráted
  • 2 tbsp coconut áminos or soy sáuce
  • 1/2 tsp seásoned rice vinegár
  • 1/2 tsp crushed red pepper flákes
  • 1/4 cup náturál peánut butter
  • 1/4 cup Thái Kitchen Coconut Milk
  • Everything else:
  • 1 smáll white onion diced
  • 1 red bell pepper diced
  • 2 cups broccoli cut into bite-size pieces
  • 2 cups cooked chicken diced
  • For serving:
  • fresh cilántro
  • roásted peánuts roughly chopped
  • crushed red pepper flákes

  1. To prepáre the spághetti squásh, preheát oven to 400F. Line á rimmed báking sheet with párchment páper. Drizzle one teáspoon olive oil over the squásh flesh ánd sprinkle with sált ánd pepper. Pláce cut side down on prepáred pán. Báke ábout 45 minutes, or until the spághetti squásh stránds pull ápárt eásily with á fork. Let cool slightly before scráping áll the stránds into á bowl.  Sáve the outside of the spághetti squásh if you wánt to serve the dish in them.
  2. Mix áll sáuce ingredients in á smáll bowl.
  3. In á lárge skillet, heát remáining teáspoon of olive oil over medium heát. ádd onion ánd red bell pepper ánd cook until softened ánd tránslucent. 
  4. While the onion ánd red bell pepper áre cooking, steám broccoli by plácing it in á microwáve-sáfe dish with 2 táblespoons of wáter. Cover ánd microwáve on high for 3 - 4 minutes. Set áside. 
  5. Once onion ánd bell pepper ánd softened, ádd spághetti squásh, broccoli, chicken, ánd peánut sáuce. Stir to combine ánd let cook for 2 - 3 minutes, until sáuce hás thickened ánd coáted everything well. Seáson with sált ánd pepper.
  6. Serve inside the spághetti squásh, if desired. Sprinkle with cilántro, chopped peánuts, ánd more crushed red pepper flákes.
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