Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Stir-Fried Wide noodle with shrimp and dark soy sauce

Stir-fried wide noodle with shrimp and dark soy sauce or "Phad See Ew Gung:ผัดซีอิ้วกุ้ง" in Thai. This is standard launch for Thai and I think it is very popular in the US too. My husband loves Phad See Ew too and it isn't difficult to make it and taste good. Normally, we make it spicier at the table. We don't put the spicy in the pan. This is good for who don't like spicy food. There is nice flavor in the wide noodle with all ingredients.

1) 1 package wide noodle
2) 15 medium shrimps
3) 6 sprigs Chinese broccoli
4) 4 cloves garlic
5) 2 eggs
6) 1/2 Tbsp sugar
7) 1 Tbsp thin soy sauce or fish sauce
8) 3 Tbsp dark soy sauce
9) 3 Tbsp oyster sauce
10) 2 Tbsp canola oil

1) Clean and peel shrimps.
2) This wide rice noodle . You ca find at any Asian market.
3) Place wide rice noodle on a plate, heat in microwave about 2 minutes, and separate clumped noodles into single strips.
4) Discard yellow or hard leaves of Chinese broccoli, wash dirt and peel garlic.
5) Then cut leaves into 2" length, peel stems skin.
6) Mince garlic and slice the stems into 1" length.
7) Put oil into a pan with medium heat.
8) When oil hot put garlic into the pan and fry until fragrant.
9) Add shrimps.
10) Seasoning with thin soy sauce, sugar, dark soy sauce and oyster sauce.
11) Stir until shrimps are cooked.
12) Scramble the eggs into the pan.
13) Stir well until egg is almost cooked.
14) Add noodles.
15) Stir-fry thoroughly until all ingredients get in the noodles.
16) Add cut Chinese broccoli into the pan.
17) Stir thoroughly until Chinese broccoli is getting soft, then remove from heat.
18) Place noodles on a plate and serve immediately. Enjoy!

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