College Dorm Recipes: (Kinda) Raw Pad Thai w/ Health Nut Nutrition | The Edgy Veg

Learn how to make easy Raw Pad Thai (kinda raw) in your dorm room using a blender, spiralizer and easy ingredients. This vegan Pad Thai recipe is a delicious but healthy way to get you through your studies, and keep you out of that awful cafeteria. School might not be easy but the recipes in our dorm room, no-cook series are! Nikky (Health Nut Nutrition) and I have collaborated to bring you healthy, easy, dorm friendly recipes, so make sure you check out the playlist!

Most of these dishes are ready within 10 minutes, making them perfect for in between classes or late-night study marathons. All you need is a blender, microwave, a mug and an appetite.

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11 Comments

  1. BipolarAntelope says:

    heres a challenge for you
    Vegan Pork roast
    hehehe

  2. Leah Anne says:

    didn’t know raw sweet potato was something people would do, never had it.
    Gotta try it!

  3. StephenAndrew777 says:

    You guys are drunk.

  4. Debby Dong says:

    Gonna blanche the noodles briefly. If I eat tgat raw, I will be farting for
    days!

  5. justforcomment1 says:

    I think perhaps it would have been best to “blanch” or “parboil” the sweet
    potato. LOL I know this was suppose to be “dorm food” so no stove and kinda
    raw, but I had a microwave and if it’s just blanched it’s still kinda raw.
    You could always prick the skin and put it in on high for about 1 – 2
    minutes. It would still be firm enough to hold together, but soft enough
    for the spiralizer. But I find it funny that you’d think of all things
    kitchen related, that someone living the dorm life would just oh so
    casually have a spiralizer on hand! Just sayin.

    • justforcomment1 says:

      +Edgy Veg Good on you! 🙂 My point was though that if you surveyed an
      average campus, I think you’d fine the ratio of those that had a spiralizer
      on hand would be slim to none. If you’re going to call it a “College Dorm
      Recipe” you’d hope the majority of college students would already have the
      basic equipment on hand at the very least to make it. Your partner in
      crime, Nikky, her recipe fit the bill perfectly. While I’m sure the pad
      thai tasted fantastic, I’m not convinced it was in tune for the theme you
      were going for. Just my 2 cents worth.

    • Edgy Veg says:

      +justforcomment1 sure, but raw sweet potato with sauce is totally tasty!
      and a spiralizer for $25 is a super easy thing to have on hand, I had one!

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