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This is one of my favorite noodle dishes, called “Lad Na”. It can be made with many different sizes of noodles ranging from wide to very skinny like vermicelli.
This is a Chinese fusion Thai noodle dish, with a gravy made from stock and starch. First stir-fry fresh noodles and seasoning with sweet soy sauce. If using dry noodles, the noodles need to be soaked for at least one hour.
Marinate your pork in thick sweet soy sauce, oyster sauce, white pepper and flour for 20 minutes. Then saute marinated pork in the frying pan or wok with Chinese broccoli and stock to make gravy sauce. Serve over noodles and season the noodles with sugar, fish sauce, chili flakes, and vinegar to taste.
I tried a new recipe for Pad Siew noodles with pork today and it came out very good. I love noodles, and this is one of my favorite Thai noodle dishes.
Pad Siew noodles is a stir-fry noodle dish that shows a heavy Chinese influence. Cooked quickly in a very hot wok, this is typical for Thai dishes whose names begin with “pad” – which literally means “stir-fried.”
I made it with extra large dried rice noodles, eggs, Chinese broccoli and sweet soy sauce. Restaurants in Thailand typically use freshly made noodles, but it’s hard to find the fresh ones elsewhere.