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Thai Noodles Recipe

Features:
  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
  • Medium

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Thai noodles and a good book are your best companions on a nippy evening. Starting from vinegar and tamarind juice to lemon juice and garlic, this dish is as Asian as it gets. While there’s every kind of savory that you may have experienced, tamarind gives Thai noodles dish a distinct umami! This recipe of Thai noodles is quick, healthy, and loaded with punch! So, light up that fire and get cracking!

Health Benefits:

Thai noodles contains ingredients that are abundant with essential fatty acids and protein. These include peanuts, eggs, shrimp, and bean sprouts. A few servings of Thai noodles can give you a good fix of carbohydrates to take you through for hours on end.

Tamarind is rich in dietary fiber, and minerals thiamin, niacin, iron, and vitamin C. It also contains high doses of tartaric acid, a powerful anti-oxindant, that helps get rid of free radicals from your system. Tamarind is also a powerful cleanser and can be used topically to treat skin problems. Lemon, cilantro, and garlic are other antioxidants that improve digestion and gut health.

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How to make Thai Noodles

  1. Heat water in a vessel over high flame.
  2. Add noodles to boiling water and drizzle oil to prevent noodles from sticking together.
  3. Rinse noodles in cold water and drain.
  4. In a bowl, add tamarind juice fish sause, vinegar, sugar, and paprika and mix well.
  5. Drizzle some oil in a skillet over medium heat.
  6. Sautee onion until translucent.
  7. Add garlic and sautee for 30 seconds.
  8. Add shrimp and sautee until pink.
  9. Move shrimp to a corner of the skillet, break open an egg, and scramble the egg as it cooks and mix it with shrimp.
  10. Add cooked noodles and tamarind mixture.
  11. Stir fry noodles over high flame for 1 to 2 minutes.
  12. Garnish with bean sprouts, cilantro, peanuts, and serve with lime wedges.

Trivia

  • In Thai cuisine, there are no distinct starters or main course per se!
  • Thai folks prefer forks and spoons to chopsticks, unlike the Chinese!
  • Thai people greet each other not with Hello or Hi, but with Gin khao yung meaning “Have you eaten yet?”!
  • There’s no baking in Thai cuisine!

Bhavani

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