Thai Style Soy Sauce Fried Kuay Teow aka Kuay-teow Phad Siew. This is aThai style of frying fresh flat rice noodles [Hor Fun]. I noticed for many Thai style fried noodles, Kailan [aka Chinese broccoli or kale] is used.
This fried noodle is not difficult to prepare and is packed with all the nutrients you need for a complete meal. Thai cooking tastes sweet and here I have reduced the amount of sugar. You can even omit it if you are using good quality light soy sauce for cooking.
Recipe adapted from a Thai cookbook 'Healthy and Easy Thai Cooking' [my selected cookbook for Cookbook Countdown Event#9] with modifications.
300 gm fresh flat rice noodles [kuay teow] - cut into broad strips
100 gm tender lean pork - sliced [I used chicken breast]
2 stalks Kailan - washed and cut into 1 inch lengths
50 gm red carrots - peeled and cut 1 inch length thin strips
some baby corns - I omit
1 tbsp chopped garlic
2 tbsp oil
3 tbsp light soy sauce
2 tbsp sugar [I used 1/4 tsp] - can omit
- Mix noodles with light soy sauce, set aside.
- Fry garlic in oil until fragrant, add in meat and fry till cooked. Add in noodles, vegetables and carrots together with seasoning. Stir fry to mix well.
- Push aside or add in the eggs. Mix well and fry until cooked through.
- Dish up to serve immediately.