Pad Thai Noodles | Popular Thai Street Food | Quick Easy To Make Noodles Recipe

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Learn how to make Pad Thai Noodles which is a popular dish in the Thai cuisine.

Pad Thai or Phat Thai is a stir-fried rice noodle dish commonly served as a street food and at casual local eateries in Thailand. It is made with soaked dried rice noodles which are stir fried with eggs and tofu and flavoured with a number of sauces. But, chef Ruchi Bharani has added a vegetarian Indian twist to this Thai recipe. Check it out.


1 1/2 cup boiled flat rice noodles
1 red chilli, sliced
1 stock of lemon grass, sliced
1 tbsp ginger garlic paste
2 spring onions, chopped
1 tbsp oil
1/2 cup bean sprouts
salt to taste
1 1/2 tbsp red chilli sauce
1 tbsp soya sauce
1 1/2 tbsp brown sugar
3 tbsp roasted peanuts, half crushed
Lemon juice to taste
1/2 green capsicum, cut lengthwise
1/2 red capsicum, cut lengthwise
1 tbsp tamarind paste


– Soak the rice flat noodles / pad Thai noodles in water for about 10 minutes and then drain out all water before using the noodles.
– Heat oil in a wok.
– Add the ginger garlic paste, lemon grass pieces, green capsicum, red capsicum, bean sprouts and sliced birds eye chilli and saute the ingredients.
– Add the red chilli sauce, soy sauce, tamarind paste and brown sugar and mix everything well.
– Once the sugar melts, add the noodles, some spring onions and the leaves, salt to taste, lime juice and the coarsely ground peanuts and give it a last mix.
– The noodles are ready to plate. Garnish with few spring onion leaves and coarsely ground peanuts.
– The delicious Pad Thai Noodles are ready to be served.

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One Heart says:

This is an indian pad thai🤣🤣😂😂😂😂

Avani Jotania says:

what is leamom grass

DR. MORSE greek wellville says:

Did you soaked in water or hot water for 10 minutes?

Kuwaiti Vlog says:

always bad taste when indian make asian food

Rahul Singh says:

very tasty, i loved the way u cook, perfect and looks appealing

JanaKsinh Mahida says:

I made based on above suggestion with little bit of variation of my own came out good ..!!! Thank you

Soe Lo says:

why the fuck is their so much peanut

HallowRen Kimashi says:

I'm Thai and never seen this style of Pad Thai in anywhere in Thailand. Original Pad Thai we start from Heat oil, add shallot, shrimp or any meat, preserved turnip and tofu and stir them until they start to brown. Then we put the soaked noodle. Add pad Thai sauce which made from fish sauce, tamarind sauce and chili in there. Stir fry until sauce covered all noodles, make a room for egg, scrambled some egg and mix the noodles. Sprinkles with Chinese chives and add bean sprout at last.

LiveLaughLollipop01 says:

Do you soak the noodles in warm water or cool water?

Charmaine B says:

Thanks! I used garlic instead of ginger and honey instead of brown sugar. I was nervous about how it would taste but it was an absolutely delicious lunch. Liked!

Russel Mohan says:

I think you forgot the shrimp.

Mahdiya Dijkhof says:

uhm….soak the noodles in warm water? Or will cold tap water also do the trick?

Elaine Yiu says:

Nice presentation… Please continue to post. I will try recipe and share with friends and family… Great job!

neelubird says:

Was that chili sauce a hot or sweet chili sauce? The recipe looks nice, I'm thinking of trying it.

Khushil Chavda says:

what is. lemon grass in hindi

Khushil Chavda says:

what is. lemon grass

jam a says:

this is not pad Thai. why did you called pad Thai may it should be Indian

Neha Kothari says:

Osm. Will definitely try this. V love thai & v love ur recipes. Its so easy

Marie Many says:

Love this dish! Love it this way…thanks for sharing

Gita Moe says:

look yummy but it is not thai pad thai look like indian pad thai

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