Authentic Spicy Thai Noodles Recipe

If you are in search of a delicious Thai dish that you can prepare quickly then it is your lucky day. We have a great recipe for spicy Thai noodles, that you can make at home with the basic ingredients. This dish is really refreshing, that’s why it is a great choice for hot summer days. 

Authentic Spicy Thai Noodles Recipe

Authentic Spicy Thai Noodles Recipe

This noodle dish is more of a salad than the heavy fried dish. This Thai spicy noodles dish is based on glass noodles, which are very light. If you are watching your calories this is surely a great dish to try. If you are not a fan of spicy, eliminate the chillies – or at least do not crush them to a paste in the mortar. You can also use any mince meat that you prefer. Turkey works very well with this dish. 

If you would like to try our spicy Thai noodles but you do not want to spend time in the kitchen – we’ve got your back! Enjoy this dish and many more delicious lunches prepared by professional chefs and delivered to you. How can you do that? Go to ChefXChange Meal Delivery Service and choose your location and a subscription that you like. And voila! Enjoy the food. 

For more food recipes have a look at our Best Mexican chorizo rice recipe or try out the Tuscan garlic chicken recipe. For more food inspirations see what our Private Chefs are cooking.

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Thai noodle salad
Recipe adapted from hot-thai-kitchen.com
Thai noodle salad
Course Lunch
Cuisine Thai
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
portions
Ingredients
Course Lunch
Cuisine Thai
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
portions
Ingredients
Thai noodle salad
Instructions
  1. Soak noodles in room temperature water for 7-10 minutes until soft and pliable. Drain, then cut the noodles twice to shorten them.
  2. Meanwhile, place tomato, onion and Chinese celery into a large mixing bowl. Cut cilantro stems into small chunks them place in the mortar and pestle along with the garlic and chillies; pound into a paste. Add palm sugar and pound until dissolved. Add 2 Tbsp of the fish sauce and lime juice and stir to mix.
  3. Bring a pot of water to a boil, add glass noodles and cook for 2 minutes, remove from the water with tongs (you want to keep the water) and place into a strainer to drain excess water; set aside.
  4. Add the shrimp into the remaining liquid and cook for 30-45 seconds or until they are done. Place the shrimp into the mixing bowl.
  5. Pour out the water, leaving just enough water to cover the bottom, and return the pot back on the stove. Once the water boils, add the pork along with 1 tsp of fish sauce and stir until fully cooked. Use a slotted spoon to remove the pork from the liquid and place into the mixing bowl. Then add about 1 Tbsp of the pork cooking liquid into the mixing bowl as well.
  6. Add the noodles into the mixing bowl, pour the dressing over and quickly toss to combine. Toss in cilantro leaves and plate. Sprinkle with peanuts and serve immediately!
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