Drunken Noodles – known as Pad Kee Mao, Thai Drunken Noodles are stir-fried noodles with chicken, green chilies, basil and tomatoes. There is no alcohol in this recipe but the taste is spicy and delicious.
I make a lot of Asian food at home and I have a traditional Chinese wok as well as a non-stick wok.
Even though I love my plain old cast-iron wok, I confess that I would always go for a non-stick wok when I make noodles or simple Asian stir-fries. I even use it to make non-Asian dishes.
Non-stick wok is so accessible and easy, especially for everyday Asian cooking.
I am so excited to tell you about my new favorite wok – Woll Diamond Lite Pro Wok.
The wok is beautifully made with the following features:
To test drive the Woll Diamond Lite Pro Wok, I made Thai drunken noodles or Pad Kee Mao. This noodle dish is wildly popular outside of Thailand.
The noodles can be tricky to make due to the following main ingredients that require even heating for browning and stir-frying.
With a traditional wok, the rice noodles always stick to the bottom of it and the heat is usually too intense with overcooked bell peppers, basil and tomatoes.
Woll Diamond Lite Pro Wok did an excellent job in stir-frying the noodles, and nothing sticks to the bottom of the wok.
The ground chicken was evenly cooked and browned; the red bell peppers, basil and lemon wedges were flash cooked and retained their vibrant colors after cooking.
The dish turned out great. I really enjoyed the bold flavors of this recipe: mild heat from the jalapeno, plus the licorice aroma and nuance from the basil leaves. The noodles were absolutely delicious!
Making noodles in a non-stick wok is really easy. Here are my tips and tricks for wok cooking.
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Learn how to make Chicken Drunken Noodles with the recipe below. Remember to check out the cooking video embedded on this post.
This recipe is only 388 calories per serving.
Happy wok cooking with Woll!
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Woll. The opinions and text are all mine.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Amount Per Serving Calories 388Total Fat 9gSaturated Fat 4gCholesterol 49mgSodium 939mgCarbohydrates 64gFiber 2gSugar 12gProtein 13g