Pad See Ew

This recipe comes from Mika, (recipes's sister-in-law). Pad See Ew (also known as Phat Si Lo) is a Thai dish that is commonly eaten in Thailand. According to Wikipedia (cause I (Jen) looked it up), Phat Si Lo means "fried with soy sauce". I think I would like anything fried with soy sauce and this looks super yummy. I can't wait to try this. Thank you so much Mika! I love how everyone is chipping in their recipes to help out recipes. Recipe by Mika


1 tsp of fresh ginger
1 tsp of vegetable oil
2 cloves of garlic
1 lb of chicken, pork or shrimp
1 lb of rice noodles (if they aren't cut - cut them into 3/4 inch ribbons)
1 lb of chinese broccoli or regular broccoli
6 eggs, beaten and scrambled

Ingredients for Sauce:
1 tbsp sugar
1 tbsp dark soy sauce
2 tbsp light soy sauce. I use Ponzu instead to give it a good lime taste.

Mix together the sugar, and soy sauces until sugar is dissolved.
Cube the chicken and cut up the ginger.
Saute the garlic, ginger and meat until the meat is done.
Cook the rice noodles according to direction on package.

Cook broccoli for only a little bit. You want it to be kinda crunchy. Or you can be lazy like me and buy the microwave steam-able ones.

Scramble your eggs. (It's easiest to beat your eggs together in a bowl and then pour the beaten eggs into a med high heat pan. Stir occasionally to scramble them.)

Combine rice noodles, soy sauce mixture, meat, broccoli, and scrambled eggs and stir until noodles are separated and almost clear.

Serve immediately.
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