What is Pad See Ew?
In Thai, pad means to stir fry and see ew means soy sauce, so...soy sauce stir fry? The unspoken word is guay tiew or "noodles," so it's full name is guay tiew pad see ew. It's a popular Thai stir-fried noodles that you can find all over Thailand, but it has its roots in Chinese cuisine which came to Thailand with the millions of Chinese immigrants.
It's a homey dish of fresh rice noodles seasoned primarily with soy sauce, and stir fried in a hot wok along with slices of meat and Chinese broccoli. In Thailand, pad see ew is a quick solo lunch, so you often find it sold at food courts and by street vendors. They're kind of like the sandwiches of Thai cuisine!
Here is the link to Hot Thai Kitchen blog, if you'd like to explore more about this dish. Pailin explained it so well there.
Here's the video of the recipe that has been watched by millions.
Ingredients which are available at Aneka Market
1. Dried wide rice noodles (Asian Best Rice Stick Noodle Size XL, Erawan Rice Noodle XL)
2. Ground white pepper ( Lee Kum Kee, Rotary)
3. Oyster Sauce (Mae Krua, Lee Kum Kee Panda)
4. Soy Sauce (Kikkoman, ABC Salty Soy Sauce)
5. Fish Sauce (Squid Brand)
6. Golden Mountain Sauce
7. Thai black soy sauce or Chinese dark soy sauce (Lee Kum Kee Dark Soy sauce, Dragon fly black soy sauce)
8. Hot Thai Chili (Frozen)
Featured Image is taken from Hot Thai Kichen Blog.