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Cooking Thai Stir Fried Noodles, Phad Thai

allthai's picture
Thai Fried noodles is a favorite dish for visitors to Thailand. Now you can learn to cook this dish at home using the online videos
Ingredients
  Rice noodles 100 Gram (Thin)
  Cooking oil 3 Tablespoon (Soya bean)
  Chopped red shallots 1 Teaspoon
  Pork 20 Gram, minced
  Dried shrimp 1 Tablespoon, rinsed
  Firm bean curd 10 Gram, diced
  Chopped salted chinese radish 3 Teaspoon
  Tamarind water/Tamarind juice 1 Tablespoon
  Chinese chives 50 Gram, cut 1 inch strips
  Crushed roasted peanuts 2 Tablespoon
  Roasted chili powder 1 Teaspoon
  Lime wedges 1
  Sugar 2 Tablespoon
  Egg 1
  Bean sprouts 1⁄4 Cup (4 tbs)
  Thai fish sauce 1 Tablespoon
Directions

Soak noodles in water for 5 minutes until soft then drain.

Heat oil in a wok over medium heat and stir fry shallot and the roasted chili powder until fragrant and color changes.

Add pork, stir until cooked then add bean curd, dried shrimp and salted Chinese radish.

Push the mixture to the back side of the wok.

Add noodles and toss them well then add the sugar, fish sauce and tamarind mixture, stir well.

Break in egg and stir until done.

Add Chinese chives and bean sprouts stir 30 seconds add peanuts and serve.

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Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Easy
Cuisine: 
Thai
Course: 
Main Dish
Taste: 
Savory
Feel: 
Rich
Method: 
Stir Fried
Dish: 
Noodle
Interest: 
Healthy
Preparation Time: 
15 Minutes
Cook Time: 
5 Minutes
Ready In: 
0 Minutes
Servings: 
2
Story
In the online video you will be taught by Chef Chanrat Karatna, nickname Air, and his staff not only how to cook Thai Fried noodles but about the ingredients at his cooking school in Chiang Mai Thailand.

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5 Comments

shantihhh's picture
My favourite chiles come from Warrarut Market in Chiang Mai. They are grown and roasted by hill tribes-so smokey and wonderful. Using date palm sugar makes ahuge difference in Thai cooking not so sweet like white processed sugar. Shanti/Mary-Anne
Petal's picture
I bought this pad thai box from a mkt ...and since i never have fish sauce, bean curd etc handy its just been sitting on my shelf. I am wondering if I used your recipe and just omitted those, how will it taste...i mite give it a shot this week ..will let u know ..if you know of any other handy substitutes for these ingredients let me know :) -P
allthai's picture
Hi Petal, I have to use fish sauce. It doesn't go bad I have a big bottle I have been using for 2 years. It just get a little dark so you noodle will look dark but the flavor will be fine. Omitting the bean curd is fine. Enjoy, Randy
perceptiveeye's picture
Hi Allthai, your stir-fried noodles look perfect to me except the pork addition. Is it ok if I don't use pork? Is it fine if I use lamb or chicken instead of pork ??
ted bowen's picture
..wanna get a wok luv