Love pad Thai, but don't know how to make it at home? Make this delicious Thai staple in your kitchen with our easy pad Thai recipes. We have pad Thai dishes with chicken, tofu and lots more.
Stir-frying is a super-quick cooking method that seals in all the flavours of the ingredients. Here, tender chicken and lightly scrambled eggs are cooked with chilli, fish sauce and lots of garlic. Delicious!
I love thai food, so it comes from a very good thai restaurant I know in Edinburgh, for more information: http://www.thaiorchid.uk.com/thai-orchid-pad-thai.php
This dish can be made with prawns, chicken or pork instead of tofu. Look for the more exotic items in the international foods section at your local supermarket. Adjust the pad Thai sauce ingredients to taste.
A simple stir fry dish, combining chicken, rice noodles, scrambled egg and bean sprouts. You can substitute the chicken for sliced pork, beef or tofu. Garnish with crushed peanuts, chopped spring onions and a wedge of lemon.
A delicious Thai noodle dish, made by stir-frying rice noodles with chicken, prawns, beansprouts and egg. Adjust the spiciness to your own taste.
Make authentic Thai noodles at home with this chicken pad Thai recipe. The sauce is made from scratch using Thai favourites like fish sauce, tamarind paste and shrimp paste.
A simple, yet delicious take on the traditional Thai noodle dish. Rice noodles are stir-fried with peanut sauce, carrots, beansprouts and scrambled egg.
This chicken pad Thai is a quick and easy lunch or supper for one. Ready in 30 minutes or less, this is a great recipe to add to your repertoire.
This raw pad Thai uses courgette strips instead of noodles. It's packed with colourful veggies including carrots, red cabbage, peppers and beansprouts and tossed in an orange, ginger and almond butter sauce.
A well known Thai noodle dish made in your own kitchen. This recipe is simple, yet delicious. You can substitute seafood, chicken, beef or pork for the tofu in this noodle dish.