Thai Drunken Noodles (Kee Mao) with Chicken

Ready in 20 minutes

Thai noodle dish - Spicy. Rice noodles, chicken, chiles, thai basil and Thai sauces.

"This was delicious!! Very authentic and tastes like something you would get at an outstanding Thai place. I went to the local Asian market and got all the ingredients - followed the directions exactly. Perfect! I am trying to learn more about Asian cooking and this was a perfect start!"

- Buchanmi

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Ingredients

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28 ounces wide rice noodles; 1/4 or 3/8 inch, flat
0.25 cup Vegetable oil
2 tbsp Garlic; minced
0.25 cup Thai basil
1.5 lbs chicken; cubed
0.25 cup fish sauce
0.25 cup dark soy sauce
0.25 cup Golden Mountain sauce
1 tbsp Sugar
4 plum tomatoes; cut in 6 wedges each
4 Anaheim chiles; optional
0.5 cup Thai basil; fresh, chopped

Original recipe makes 6

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Preparation

Boil water in large pot and add rice noodles, let cook for 4 minutes, stirring frequently to avoid excessive sticking. Strain. Noodles should not be left in strainer too long, as they will stick together.

Meanwhile, in a separate heavy pot, heat oil over medium-high heat. Add garlic and Thai Chiles, saute for 30 seconds. Add chicken, fish sauce, dark soy sauce, Golden Mountain sauce and sugar; saute until chicken is cooked (3-5 minutes).

Add noodles, tomatoes, basil and optional Anaheim chiles (depends on your appetite for the heat, the Thai chiles provide plenty). Toss to coat noodles in sauces. Serve with fresh Thai basil leaf garnish.

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This was delicious!! Very authentic and tastes like something you would get at an outstanding Thai place. I went to the local Asian market and got all the ingredients - followed the directions exactly. Perfect! I am trying to learn more about Asian cooking and this was a perfect start!!
Buchanmi 1 year ago
This is a spicy dish, even keeping to the quantity of Thai chiles listed. The Anaheim peppers add to the spiciness, and can put the dish out of reach for some. A salad with Thai ginger dressing and a Ginjo cold sake are great companions for the heat. NOTE ON INGREDIENTS: Golden Mountain sauce, Thai chiles, and Thai basil give the dish a unique taste, and can be found at international/asian grocery stores. Wide rice noodles can be difficult to locate (can be purchased from Amazon Grocery), but rice flakes can be substituted (roughly 2-3 inch square rice noodles). [I posted this recipe.]
Danross92 4 years ago
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