“ Delicious international food does not need to be complicated! This favorite Thai takeout dish combines the bold and flavorful ingredients of Thailand in one simple stir fried noodle dish that goes from craving to your dinner table in just 15 minutes. Beth, Recipe Hunter ”
- Black Soy Sauce
- Fish Sauce
- Soy Sauce
- Thai Chili
- wide rice noodles
If you think the best dishes are those that require hours of preparation and come with a hefty price tag at top restaurants, think again! In Thailand, the best food you can find is almost always stir fried in a single wok over the open flame of someone’s street corner stand. For a few coins, you’ll get the best Thai noodles made to order and served hot off the wok. The logic behind this great Pad See Ew is one and the same: quality ingredients + simple preparation = pure, frill-free goodness. This dish is essentially just flat rice noodles, a simple soy sauce that caramelizes when it hits heat, and whatever vegetables or protein you feel like incorporating. The fresh bold flavors complement each other in a cohesive, classic Thai dish that you can make yourself in as little as 15 minutes!
“ I believe in creativity within cooking and always find endless options for alternating dishes and creating new ones. Cooking is never a chore for me; I'm always excited to prepare and share food with friends and family. ”
Vicky is the food and travel enthusiast behind Avocado Pesto, one of the two blogs she maintains. She created Avocado Pesto after graduating in 2010 as a place to share her recipes and creations with friends and family, and has since created a second blog to document her travels. Vicky has spent the last several months in Asia and Europe, exploring the culture and cuisine, and sharing her experiences and mouth-watering recipes from each new country. Her adventurous spirit and cultural immersion come to life in her recipes that will make you feel like you’ve left home and are traveling along beside her!
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