Pad See-Ew

"my favorite dish!!"
 
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Ready In:
20mins
Ingredients:
11
Serves:
2-3
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ingredients

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directions

  • To prepare noodles, soak in room temperature water to soften for 20 to 40 minutes.
  • Heat 4 tblsp cooking oil in a wok over medium heat until hot.
  • Add garlic, followed by pork, and stir fry for 2 minutes.
  • Add the noodles and stir fry another 2-3 minutes until brown and soft.
  • Add the vegetables and stir fry to combine.
  • Then add the sauce ingredients and stir fry to combine.
  • Move the stir-fry mixture to one side of the wok and add the remaining oil. Add the beaten egg and fry for one minute and then combine with the rest of the noodle mixture.
  • Stir fry to combine and serve.

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Reviews

  1. cookbooksanonymous
    Love this dish! Easy and tasty!
     
  2. mosho
    I have made this a couple times because my kids love it. This time I used rice flakes from the asian market and bulkogi pork. It was very good but a little salty with all the soy sauce. Next time will use more low sodium and fish sauce. I found you need to add some sauce when you stir fry the noodles or they just stick and fall apart.
     
  3. Pinay0618
    So easy, so tasty! I used rice flakes - big squares of rice pasta - which is how we've had it in restaurants. Also used shrimp in place of the pork. Wonderful recipe!
     
  4. Nyx9013
    I didn't use the exact measurements listed - kind of just eyed it. I had fresh rice noodles from the store. In a separate bowl I mixed 2 tablespoons (T) oyster sauce, 5T soy sauce, 2T sugar. Then, I poured about 2T olive oil into a pan, dropped in about 3-4 minced garlic and added the sauce and remaining ingredients (I made mine with just eggs). The noodles will become mush if you have it over the heat too long and don't put enough oil. Flat rice noodles is not the dish to skimp on oil with - you don't want to overstir because it will break up the noodles.
     
  5. MsPia
    This dish was delicious. Mine did not look pretty because my rice noodles where to thin and they broke and became a sort of mush. so..stay away from thin noodles.
     
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Tweaks

  1. Jonathan Melendez
    I couldn't find wide rice noodles, as the recipe traditionally uses, so I used thin rice noodles and it still turned out amazing!
     
  2. Pinay0618
    So easy, so tasty! I used rice flakes - big squares of rice pasta - which is how we've had it in restaurants. Also used shrimp in place of the pork. Wonderful recipe!
     

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