Tuesday, November 26, 2013

AFF Thailand - Thai Fried Rice Noodles with Soy (Phat Si Ew)

Last time there's this Thai food stall in now renovated Takashimaya food court where they sold delicious Thai food. The name is Tuk Tuk. One of the dish I frequently ordered from them was seafood fried kwayteow. So good! Too bad I didn't see them around anymore
After they went missing from Takashimaya food court, I saw they opened a small eatery in Suntec City. Got the chance to eat there once. But now they're gone, also
Still can't locate them til now. Such a waste. Perhaps anyone in Singapore know?

In the meantime, let's make my own Thai fried kwayteow. But I used chicken instead of seafood :)
It's simple to prepare and most importantly, taste delicious. Comparable to the Tuk Tuk version :)
One thing was, I guess I stirred too much most of the noodles broke into small pieces :(

 Recipe is from HERE

What you need:

500g fresh rice noodles - mixed with a dash of soya sauce
150g chicken breast - sliced and marinate with a dash of soya sauce, oyster sauce and pepper
3 eggs
150g kai lan, sliced
2 cloves of garlic, minced
2 tbsp light soya sauce
1 tbsp dark soya sauce (original recipe: 2 tbsp)
1 tsp fish sauce (I added)
pinch of sugar

  1. In a hot wok, char noodles for a minute with a little oil
  2. Stir around but not to move too much, so it won't break. Set aside
  3. Heat wok with oil again. fry garlic, add chicken til lightly browned
  4. Push meat to one side, heat wok and add a little more oil, crack egg. Let set before lightly scrambling it
  5. Add in kai lan, stir fry for 2 mins, add in charred noodles
  6. Add in seasonings, fry for a few more mins
  7. Adjust the taste



  1. Hi Alice, agreed, this Thai flat rice noodle is good. I like Pad See Ew with the prig nam som [chilli sauce]. The Rad Nah [fried noodles with gravy] is also yummy. Simple yet delicious.

  2. This looks authentic Alice.... How I wished I can have this very plate now.... Slurrrrp

  3. hi alice, i made this too and hopefully can post it up by saturday! thx for linking to AFF thai!



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