In Thailand, it started as a street food that was popular at stalls and It has also been embraced in Thai restaurants, too, though it remains as popular as ever on the street. We remain the best recipes from those original stalls to your plate from Thai Land.
Pad means fried and See Ew means soy sauce, so it means fried soy sauce in Thai language. It’s a Chinese recipe that has been adapted to local Thai flavor.
Pad Kee Mao
If you love Thai food, then you’re probably already familiar with Pad Kee Mao ordrunken noodles. This kind of noodle is perfect after a night of drinking with friends. That is why it is called drunken noodles. But it has no need to be drunk to have this full of taste noodles.
Pad Woon sen
Looking for something good and light to eat. Here is Glass noodles. In Thailand they're known as woon sen — Pad Woon Sen is stir fried mung bean noodles with all fresh ingredients.