Just about everybody who goes to a Thai restaurant at some point in their Thai-food-eating life orders a dish called Pad Thai. It’s Thai street food that’s made it to the tables of the foodies all over the world, and like most noodle dishes is very quick and easy to cook.
One thing I’ve learned over the years is that if it’s too complicated to cook, then it’s probably not how Pad Thai was meant to be. This stuff is made in minutes from food stalls in marketplaces all over Thailand, and in some cases even by vendors in tiny little boats on canals! So it’s got to be easy.
(Taken with my cameraphone as I served it out ready to eat)
The complexity is in the flavour and texture of the end-product, not in the cooking. So try it OK?
Click here to learn how to make this really tasty dish.