Pad Kee Mao is a spicy Thai noodle dish. Feel free to substitute the pork for tofu, chicken, beef or prawns. This dish is absolutely delicious. Serve for lunch or dinner.
Look for thick soy sauce at Chinese/Oriental specialty grocery stores.
could not get wide rice noodles so used wheat variety. was delicious, not a scrap left.cooked it as part of a Thai night meal with a curry. - 09 Sep 2010
I made this for Dinner today, I subbed the dried Thai-style rice noodles, wide (such as Chantaboon Rice Noodles) for regular rice noodles as I had no time to go to the Asian market, I also used 1/2 a serrano pepper instead of 2 cos the kids were going to eat it too. I added some red and yellow bell peppers to compensate for the serrano pepper reduction and for added colour. We all liked this recipe and I will be making it again, Thanks DeborahB for a great recipe! - 09 Aug 2009 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Very yummy, just a little on the too-spicy side for me (I should have either seeded my pepper or used a half). If you can't find the thick soy sauce, consider mixing 2 tsp of molasses with 1 tsp of reg. soy sauce. I used a thin-cut pork loin chop. It was really delicious, and next time I'll try with tofu for a veggie version. Thanks for the fun recipe! The spiciness was cut down by the ice cold beer I had with the dish. - 16 Aug 2009 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)