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Thai Drunken Noodles Recipe

By Sara Mae Danish | June 6, 2013

thai drunken noodles, rice noodles, pad kee mao, chicken, sara mae danish

thai drunken noodles, rice noodles, pad kee mao, chicken, sara mae danish

Drunken noodles, also known as Pad Kee Mao, is traditional Thai street fare.  Though the recipe doesn’t call for alcohol, it is aptly named, as it’s a go to dish for locals who’ve had a late night partying.  Since its roots stem from informal food stands, the ingredients do vary, however, what they all have in common are velvety rice noodles and a delicious garlic sauce that is sweet and spicy.

For more recipes from Sara Mae Danish:

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Korean Bibimbaap

Scallop Crudo

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Singapore-Style Rice Noodles Recipe

By Joanne Bruno | June 3, 2013

rice noodles, singapore-style, stir fry noodles, vermicelli

rice noodles, singapore-style, stir fry noodles, vermicelli

Now that summer is officially here, I’m hoping that warm weather will come with it. And with that comes a need for recipes that don’t require you to turn on the stove or oven for any extended period of time. The best thing about rice noodles is that all they need is a soak in hot water to get soft. So, just stir fry up a variety of veggies (here I’ve used bell peppers and cabbage), mix up a curry-infused sauce and dinner will be on the table within fifteen minutes, with minimal heat generated.

Adapted from Vegetarian Times

rice noodles, singapore-style, stir fry noodles, vermicelli

Joanne Bruno is a food writer and fourth year MD/PhD student. Find more of delicious ramblings over at her blog: Eats Well with Others

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