Pad Kee Mao is one of those dishes I crave, and I crave it even though I am thousands of miles away from the dang thai restaurant. I have found that no two thai resturants make them the same. Our favorite thai place where I live now make Pad Kee Mao that comes pretty close but to the original but if I want it perfect I just have to make them myself. It’s a good thing these drunken noodles are so easy.

Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time:  10 minutes

§  12-16 oz wide rice noodles
§  1/2 cup soy Sauce
§  3 tsp chili garlic sauce or sriracha may add more if you want spicy
§  2 T oyster sauce
§  2 tsp fish sauce
§  1/3 cup oil
§  20 large basil leaves
§  10 fresh garlic cloves minced
§  2 roma tomatoes diced
§  1 cup chopped broccoli
§ 2-3 chicken breasts or beef pork or tofu can be used cut into bite size pieces

1.   Prepare food by chopping tomatoes, cloves, basil, and broccoli.
2.  Make sauce in a small bowl by combining soy sauce, chili sauce, fish sauce, oyster sauce, and garlic.
3.   If needed Boil noodles according directions. Rinse with cold water to stop cooking.
4.   In a wok or large skillet heat oil. Add chicken and cook until done, for a few minutes.
5.   Add sauce and stir. Add noodles and toss till coated.
6. Add tomatoes and broccoli. cook for another 2-3 minutes, continually tossing.
7.   Lastly, add chopped basil. Toss again and Serve.

Recipe Adapted : DRUNKEN NOODLES / PAD KEE MAO @ ohsodelicioso
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