Flat rice noodles – Approx 8 oz
Spring onions – 1 bunch (finely chopped)
Baby bok choy – 2 to 3 heads ( chopped)
Bean sprouts – 1 ½ cup
Soft tofu – ½ cup (cut into cubes)
Coriander/ cilantro– ¼ cup chopped
Vegetable stock- 4 Tbsp (optional)
Groundnuts/ peanuts -½ cup roasted peanuts, coarsely ground
Ingredients to make sauce:
Tamarind paste- ¾ Tbsp
Chilli garlic sauce- 2 Tsp
Soy sauce– 3 to 4 Tbsp
Stir fry sauce- 2 Tbsp
Brown sugar- 3 Tbsp
Water- ¼ cup
Mix all the above ingredients in a bowl and keep aside.
Soak noodles in hot water for 8-10 minutes or until soft. Heat a wok or frying pan over medium high. Add 2 tbsp of oil, stir fry bok choy and spring onions until they turn dark green in color. Now add the noodles along with vegetable stock and stir fry for 2 minutes.
Mix tofu with the noodles and stir fry for 1-2 minutes. Add the sauce slowly and continue stir frying. Toss the noodles well so that the sauce is evenly spread to noodles. Add extra sauce if required.
Add bean sprouts, mix well. Noodles are cooked well when they are soft and become sticky. Remove from heat, sprinkle coarsely ground peanuts and garnish with coriander/cilantro.
18 thoughts on “Thai Noodles”
Wowww droolworthy thai noodles, feel like grabbing that whole plate..
You have a beautiful blog Deepti …
loved this thai noodles , the thai raw mango salad and the godhi halwa you have posted recently..
Thanks for dropping by…
Yum, this looks like a delicious meal! Love the big, flat noodles…and all the flavors! 😀
I love noodles too! No matter what size they come in. Its a favorite in our house. Your recipe looks flavorful and delicious!
this dish looks so tasty…love noodles in any form…goes to my “must make” list :)!
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love the addition of peanuts yummy noodles
Thank a bunch for u r recent visit to PPP. Thai cuisine is one of our favorites and tofu is another recent fav among family..Noodles looks yummy ..See you around…
Sounds so flavorful and yummy. Loved tofu in it…
Noodles looks too good,loved the recipe…
This surely leaves me craving for some! Yum Yum!!!
I love thai noodles, the peanutty, cilantro flavor drives me crazy!
I agree there is nothing better than noodles, I could eat them everyday, well I almost do, until my husband complains that he would like to see a potato once in a while. Potatoes are over-rated in my opinion, but he is Irish.
This looks delicious… I like the sauce
i have been meaning 2 make some thai noodles for a long time now..now that im inspired il give it a shot
Thai noodles looks amazing dear …i must say u r a versatile cook …literally drooling here
Thanks all of you for the wonderful comments!
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