August 26, 2010

Chicken N Egg Rice Noodles


In recent times I just fell in love with the Thai cuisine. We usually get bored after trying a particular cuisine for 2 or 3 times and then we think of switching. Anyways this does not happen with our Indian food. If we have some activity planned for the weekday evening then we decide not to cook or should I say we plan a activity so that we can eat outside the next day. At 12.00 we start messaging to decide the place. After much discussions we would finally opt the Thai restaurants around.

Thai cuisine has some fresh tasting and interesting recipes which I would love to try. I'm reading cookbooks on this cuisine and will surely come up with some dishes. Usually I order the Spicy Chicken Noodles with spice level as "HOT" and last time my noodles was not as hot as expected I had to add chilly flakes to it so next time planning to order the Native Thai version. This noodles cannot be branded as a authentic dish because I made it my way ! I did not add the fish sauce and replaced it with the soy sauce. It was too good !!!

Ingredients

Thai Rice Noodles - 3/4 pack
Chicken Breast - 1 no (Boneless, Skinless)
Eggs - 2 no
White Onion - 1 no
Bell Pepper - 1 no
Carrot - 1 no
Tomato - 1 no
Garlic clove - 2 no
Chilly Powder - 1 tsp
Chilly Flakes - 1 tsp (optional)
Pepper corns - 1 tsp
Soy sauce - 2 tsp
Vinegar - 1 tsp
Salt for taste
Oil - 2 tsp



Preparation
  • Boil water and little salt in a vessel and soak the rice noodles in it. Once noodles is cooked, drain the excess water and transfer to another big plate or Cook the rice noodles as per instructions in the pack.
  • Chop the onions, bell pepper,carrot and tomato lengthwise.
  • Finely chop the garlic and crush the pepper corns.
  • Cut the chicken breast into thin slices.
Method
  • Heat oil in a wok, add the onions and garlic and saute until it turns light brown.
  • Add the chicken, salt, chilly powder, little water and saute well.
  • Once the chicken in 3/4th cooked, add the bell pepper, carrot, tomato and stir fry.
  • Add the eggs and scramble it followed by soy sauce, vinegar, crushed pepper and chilly flakes.
  • When the vegetables and chicken mixture is cooked, add the cooked rice noodles and mix well.
  • Saute until everything is mixed well. Serve Hot.
My Notes
  • Addition of chilly flakes will make it more spicier. Adjust accordingly.
  • Instead of soy sauce, add the fish sauce to make it more authentic.

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28 comments:

Yummy looking noodles. I don't care very much for the fish sauce too.
I love Thai food. If there is one dish I choose every time I order Thai food its gotta be Pad Thai. And yes, the dessert Thai 'Sticky Rice with Custard' is a family favorite too.

Wow Lassie that's so quick !!! Planning to try the Pad Thai soon !!!

Wow i love these sort of noodles, makes me hungry..

wow wow wow..my fav one...love the extra hot n spicy thai dishes..and this is totally my type...pass me some darling..tht closeup is killing me.......mmmmmmmmmmmm...craving for some right nowwwwwwwwwwwww

Hi Shabitha ! Thanks for visiting and following Collaborative curry :-) Glad that your comment led me to this beautiful and creative space of yours..I might like this since I love Pad Thai a lot..yummmy

Hi Shabitha,
I like Thai too..the noddles look super yummy n spicy..I want to have some right now!:)

very innovative recipe Shabitha...loved the tasty click and your nice presentation...:)

wow looks yummy & delicious & u have a nice collection ......

Thanks for visiting my space and leaving those lovely words :) You too have a gr8 blog ..... I luv the recipes n also the clicks ! This Thai Noodle is my fav .... pass me d bowl :)

Cheers n Happy Cooking
Satrupa
http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

Yummy recipe Sabitha...first time here u have a nice space and thank you for dropping by at my blog.

Thanks for dropping into my blog.Hope you enjoyed your stay. All comments and suggestions are welcome. Have a great day..

I am a big fan of the bold flavors in Thai cuisine as well. Nice easy recipe for a weeknight dinner.

Nice recipe. Looks good.

Hi thanks a lot for visiting my blog....pls do visit again.....You have a lovely space here..loved to follow you...

Like this recipe and liked your other recipes too....bookmarked many of them...

Thai is one cuisine I prefer when tired of the others.

Thai is my fav too after Indian... these noodles look great! Congrats on your new space...

I love Thai food too, it is our next choice to Indian cuisine. Noodles look yumm.

Thanks Gals for your lovely comments !!

I love thai food too! Noodles look nice, been on a chicken trip huh?
Been laughing even since I read your comment- muthu dialogue??

Delicious dish! I love thai food and this looks very tempting!

I love thai food too..that looks simple and easy to execute...thanks for the recipe dear!

Delicious looking noodles..Wonderful recipe, Shabitha..

this looks awesome...wanna have some now..

Hey,
I saw your comment on Fb. I wished you right back. How very coincidental that we got married the same year and on the same day too..Hope your day was fantabulous. I have a son who is 3 yrs old. I know you have a kid too..it would be fun if she was 3 too..:)

First time here...One lovely collection you have!
The noodles look wonderful!
Do vivit me sometime!
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