|ผัดไทย (Pad Thai)|
In this recipe I'm not put ground roasted peanut in to plate for garnishing because I don't eat it but if you do like please add it into your plate :)
Traditional we serve Pad Thai in a plate and fresh vegetables in other plate for side dish. Veggies plate normally contain with Chinese chives, bean sprouts, lime wedges, and banana blossom. But nowadays in many restaurant serve just bean sprouts and Chinese chives They don't put any lime wedges because expensive, banana blossom is difficult to find. And on our table must have seasoning rack, with chili flake, white vinegar, sugar and fish sauce for personal extra seasoning.
Anyway hope you enjoy my recipes and try to make it yourself, really easy and delicious :)
|Rice stick - Chinese chive - Rice stick - Tamarind paste|
You will need : (1 serving)
- 40 g. shrimp
- 50 g. rice stick noodles
- 40 g. Chinese chives
- 30 g. bean sprouts
- 1 egg
- 1 ts. chopped garlic
- 2 tbs. tamarind paste
- 4 ts. palm sugar
- 2 ts. fish sauce
- water to thick out the sauce (around 2 tbs.)
- cooking oil for frying
- lime wedge for garnish
*Tips break palm sugar in plastic bag with your hand or dissolve with tamarind paste or water before cooking to make it easy dissolve.
How to make Pad Thai (Thai style fried noodles)
- soak rice stick noodle in water about 10 minutes before cooking
- mean while prep other ingredient chop garlic, cut Chinese chives keep the end for garnishing, wash bean sprouts, and peel shrimp.
- after soaked rice stick, on medium heat fry chopped garlic with cooking oil until gold then add shrimp stir for a minutes.
- seasoning with tamarind paste, fish sauce, palm sugar then ad some water to thick out the sauce
- add soaked rice stick noodles and stir, let it cook around 2 minute or until soften
- make a room in middle pan then add just a little bit of cooking oil then crack an egg into there, put everything to cover an egg let it cook for a minute
- add bean sprout and Chinese chives stir for a second and SERVE :)
- garnish with lime wedge, bean sprout and the end of Chinese chives