How can I possibly go past some of my favourite noodle dishes if I were to claim this a successful Thai street food week? Kuaytiaw raat naa (stir fried rice noodle with a silky sauce) turned up on our table alongside Kuaytiaw phat si ew (stir fried rice noodle with soy) several times throughout the week, to read more about these dishes click HERE and HERE. You should realised by now how versatile the ingredients shown in the following photo really are, one can easily prepare the following dishes using the same basic ingredients;
1) Kuaytiaw raat naa - for those who love a saucy noodle dish.
2) Kuaytiaw phat si ew - for those prefer a dry and slightly charred noodle dish.
3) Kuaytiaw phat kee mao - for those who love a very spicy noodle dish.
All the dishes mentioned take less than 10 minutes to prepare and I hope these recipes will become handy the next time you want something quick, easy, economical and delicious!
recipe per serve
200 g of fresh rice noodles, loosen and mixed with a dash of dark sweet soy
100 g of kailan, sliced
100 g meat of your choice, sliced
2 garlic cloves, chopped
1 tbs of fermented soy bean paste
dash of soy
dash of fish sauce
1/2 tbs of sugar
1 cup of chicken stock
white pepper to taste
corn flour solution
Char noodles on both sides in a hot wok, do not attempt to move the noodles too much. Place noodles in a plate/bowl.
Fry chopped garlic with a little oil follow by the meat of your choice.
Add kailan and fry for a minute before adding the seasonings.
Add stock and bring it to a simmer, check for seasonings before thicken the sauce with corn flour solution.
Serve immediately with cut chilies in vinegar.
A raat naa stall would offer you a dry version - phat si ew using identical ingredients which is equally delicious. Click HERE for recipe.
Last but not least of the trio - phat kee mao if one of you decided on something spicy.
Haha I am early buddy, I just finished reading the last post and this came up! I bought rice noodle and kailan for drunken noodles, now I am going to try all 3 recipes! Great work buddy!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the recipe..senang dan sedap...my hubby suka sangat kuay tiaw but minus chillies:(ReplyDelete
Oh dear, now I'm craving for a good breakfast like this. Looks so delicious. A torture to look at it! It's quite a long time I have not eaten this kway teow. I wish I can get it easily here. May be I should move away to a bigger place :PReplyDelete
ฉัน รัก ทุก อย่าง ที่ นี่ ขอบคุณ!ReplyDelete
I'm loving all this Thai food this week! It all looks so delicious!ReplyDelete
This is similar to Cantonese fried right? I love this noodle, look so yummy.ReplyDelete
The rice noodles looks so delicious!ReplyDelete
Haha I am glad you are going to try making all 3 dishes! Looking forward to hear about the outcome!
Sama sama , sinikan ada tiga resipi jadi makcik boleh masak yang tidak pedas untuk pakcikmanggis :)
Haha I would lmove to somewhere I can get fresh rice noodles any day :) Shame it won't be freah if I send them over.
ฉัน ด้วย! ไม่ เป็นไร!
Thank you! I hope you will try some of them!
It is similar to hokkien/teochew char ,it is a Thai/Chinese dish.
Haha thank you!
Thank you very much!
To me your Thai street food week has been a success! I love how simple to prepare the dishes are and certainly not something I can learnReplyDelete
from cookbooks. By the way I am a little curious of how many languages do you read and write? :)
Delicious as all your recipes.ReplyDelete
I love this.
How lovely this is! I would like to try all the versions!ReplyDelete
The tummies really are so spoilt! I like the idea of using the same ingredients for 3 different dishes. You have been a great source of inspiration for me, thank you!ReplyDelete
I haven't made this before-it looks delicious. The photos are great too-I appreciate the close ups of the ingredients.ReplyDelete
Best wishes for a great weekend,
delicious!!! silky indeed...ReplyDelete
Silky sauce is something I love slurping up! look at what you made!!! Cannot tahan.ReplyDelete
We just got home from a Thai meal and it was rather disappointing! I would have these noodles anytime! You have done it again!ReplyDelete
Looks so delicious. I love it when dishes have a nice description in the name - how can you resist something in a silky sauce?ReplyDelete
Oh wow!! that looks fantastic!!!!ReplyDelete
We love rice noodles and now I have more ways to use them! Wahoo! Your photos are fantastic, so much so that I just had breakfast and still I want to eat noodles and whatever I can! Yum!ReplyDelete
It's soo delicious.ReplyDelete
Love the silky sauce. Catchy sauce for a gorgeous street food.A very colorful platter dear.ReplyDelete
My biggest mistake when I visited Thailand as a kid with my parents was NOT insisting that we sample the street foods! *sigh* ... I'll try and redeem myself the next time I go, because u've whetted my appetite for all this kind of stuff :)ReplyDelete
Darling we are getting change to go out and where r u? This is what we need a few hours later! Will have a few drinks and a dance for you!ReplyDelete
kisses sophia and Vijay xxx
Wow looks fantastic and so yummy!ReplyDelete
Will def try one of these Thai recipes..Got to surprise my Taiwanese friend ..lol..ReplyDelete
That sounds wicked good! I wish we had noodles as street food around here. Heh.ReplyDelete
j'apprécie tes recettes ton assiette est vraiment appétissanteReplyDelete
Where do you get rice noodles? I love them!!ReplyDelete
Hi 3HT. This is one of my all time favourites ! There is a cafe in Kuching beside a posh modern car wash which does a very good version. It's called The Original Car Wash. Always order it when I go there.ReplyDelete
I can't believe it! You actually make 3 different dishes at a time!ReplyDelete
Oh I'm loving this! Imagine having 3 dishes with such simple ingredients? You are my star!ReplyDelete
Yum, I love the kuaytiaw and this style is just delicious. Great job on 3 tasty versions:) Btw, you're always welcome to drop in anytime you come up to Sydney.ReplyDelete
Thank you very much! Just a few :)
Thak you! X
Please do Joy!
Thank you very much! I am very please to hear that!
Thank you very much! :)
Haha thank you! I like the cannot tahan!
love to eat,
Oh I'm sorry to hear that! TRy it though!
Haha i just made up the name :)
Thank you! I hope you like the result!
Me, Myself and Pie,
Saveurs et Gourmandises ,
Thank you I hope you will try the silky sauce!
Oh that is a shame! I hope you will try this at home before you visit Thailand next!
Vijay + Sophia darling! Did you have a good time? Bet you had congee again!
Thank you very much
Haha! All the best!
Thank you! Me too!
Merci beaucoup! :)
Not really a soup as such but delicious :)
Oh just from the Asian shops
I am glad you can get a good one in Kuching :)
Haha kalau makcik makcikmanggis, pakcik sepatutnya pakcikmanggis kan? Tidak tidak pakcikramputan? :)
My Little Space ,
Haha over 3 days though :)
Thank you, you better try all 3 :)
Thank you! I will let you know in advance so you can bake me a special cake :)
You have an award on my blog.ReplyDelete
Saveurs et Gourmandises ,ReplyDelete
Thank you I'll collect it :)
Yummy!! I could have 2 plates of this !!ReplyDelete
This is one of my all time favorite recipes! My mum used to sear the noodles on the cast iron pan to get a grilled flavor. It's so good!ReplyDelete