A Health Conscientious Pad See Ew with Extra Veggies

This morning I woke up walking like an old cowboy who rode way to many hours the day before. I love my job in the horse racing industry with an unbelievable passion but yesterday at work every step I took up our three-story grandstand made my thighs burn terribly bad. (Oh look, according to my iPhone I walked up 125 flights of stairs yesterday!) But you know what? It was totally worth it because I ran up a mountain yesterday morning before work. And that was actually the first time I have run in close to two months! What is even more awesome is I did this entire run without any pain in my right leg! (Nerve damage, which is why I have not been running for two months) My nerves are happy again and so am I although I can barely walk after probably, maybe over doing it on the Mt Baldy Trail the other morning.

But wouldn’t you, with a sunrise like this?Pad See Ew

I started this gorgeous hike into the wilderness just at sunrise and surprisingly this trail was easier then I remembered it being! I actually ran most of the way to the top of Mt Baldy five years ago when I was in fit running shape, back in the day.

Running the Mt Baldy Run to the Top was so fun even though I got terrible altitude sickness and ended up puking all over Mt Baldy. Search and Rescue actually made me turn around about half a mile from the summit but that’s okay because since then I have summited Old Baldy three times! It’s crazy to think the me of five years ago used to get altitude sickness that bad! I had no problems at all this morning completing an almost ten mile round trip trail run.

Pad See Ew

I think it helped that I got to enjoy this sunrise on the way up. After a butt burning ten mile run that I know will leave me hurting the next day I came craving a good meal. In this chilly winter months a hot spicy Thai meal brimming with vegetables tastes amazing after a day submitting a mountain. My good friend told me how to make the sauce for this easy, healthy Pad See Ew, one of my favorite Thai dishes and I have been making this easy veggie filled Pad See Ew ever since!


Pad See EwPad See Ew

1 package flat rice noodles

2 teaspoons coconut oil

1 tablespoon dark soy sauce

2 tablespoons regular soy sauce

1 tablespoon grated ginger

1 teaspoon grated garlic

4 eggs

1 package baby broccoli cut into bite-size pieces

1 green onion, cut into chunks

1 cup bean sprouts

1 cup snow peas

protein of your choice (chicken, pork, tofu or shrimp

chinese red chilis for spice

1/4 cup chopped almonds

Cook the protein in the coconut oil. Add the ginger and garlic. Add the rice noodles. Add the soy sauces. In the middle of the wok make a space for the eggs and scramble them well. Add the broccoli and the snow peas. Add the chilis if desired. Cook until warm and serve.

This week I am linking up once again with the following food, health and DIY blog link ups.














  1. April J Harris

    I’m so glad you were able to run again – and what gorgeous scenery! Your Pad See Ew looks and sounds delicious – I had not heard of this dish before, but I’d definitely like to give it a try. Thank you so much for sharing, and for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Link Party.

  2. HoHo Runs

    How wonderful to be running again after two months. And then, to be rewarded with those incredible views and a gorgeous sunrise! Thanks for linking!

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