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Thai Stir Fried Drunken Noodles

Ltkman's picture
Don't worry about alcohol remaining in food. Alcohol boil out at about 175*. If the food was hot enough when it added in,the alcohol evaperated. The flavor and cleansing effect of the wine is left.
Ingredients
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Directions

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Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Easy
Cuisine: 
Thai
Course: 
Main Dish
Method: 
Stir Fried
Ingredient: 
Pasta, Pork
Preparation Time: 
5 Minutes
Cook Time: 
10 Minutes
Ready In: 
0 Minutes
Servings: 
2
Thai stir fried drunken noodles is a fabulous stir fry with wide rice noodles, pork and shrimp. The noodles are wonderfully flavored with a little rum or sake, sweet basil, Thai spur chilies, oyster and soy sauces. Enjoy these flavorful drunken noodles on a relaxing holiday afternoon and then head for a siesta.

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shantihhh's picture
Interesting-first time I have seen Pad Kee Mao (Drunkard's Noodles) containing alcohol.I know it is a popular dish late at night with many men consuming Pad Kee Mao after a night of drinking such as Mekong. :-) Shanti/Mary-Anne
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Good to know! I`ve been scared all the time because of the excess of alcohol in food but now that I know it will boil I`m glad to hear it. I`d like to see some more tips like this one from now on so I`m gonna check your website more often. Many thanks!
Sunshy's picture
I made this and it turned out GREAT! Yum-O! The hardest part was tracking down some noodles. I wasn't able to find the flat, thick noodles, but finally found some pad thai noodles. I've also had this with mint leaves which was a fantastic flavor layer. Once you have all the stuff, it's a piece of cake to make. This is my new favorite recipe!
shantihhh's picture
I love Kai's recipes! NE Thai/Laos-Chinese style,. You can usually find dried rice noodle (chantaboon) thin, medium or wide in most Asian markets. Just soak for 20 mintes in hot water. Pad Kee Mao is a favourite! I do not use alcohol as these are called Drunkard's Noodles - Pad Kee Mao and are popular for a late night dinner after drinking. It is a popular street food in Thailand. I make it a bit different as learned in Thailand over the many years of visiting the Kingdom. Many variations-all yummy. Pad Kee Mao is Drunkard's Noodles NOT Drunken noodles. Pad means to stir fry, Kee Mao is one who drinks too much. http://www.ifood.tv/recipe/drunkards_noodles_gkuay_dtiow_pad_khee_mao
Anonymous's picture
Love this receipe, but I can not find the WIDE DRUNKEN NOODLES anywhere and all the ones I try are just not the same--what are the traditional WIDE noodle called and where can I get them?
Anonymous's picture
You should be able to find them at most Asian grocery stores; most metropolitan neighborhoods have a few around nowdays. You CAN use other types of noodles other than rice noodles; I've even read where some recipe authors say that it is common to find the dish made with basically semolina/spaghetti noodles in local villages and street vendor stands around Thailand.