Thai Stir Fried Noodles (Pad See Ew) is a great dish. It is light enough to enjoy for lunch, but heavy enough to make for dinner if you want. Pad See Ew has a lot of flavor because the thick rice noodles absorb all of the flavor from everything that is added into this dish. Pad See Ew does not disappoint as a dish. It is easy to make and taste delicious. Most of the ingredients for pad see ew can be found at your local grocery store. You might have to go to your Asian grocery store to fine the rice noodles.
The rice noodles probably come in a large compact bundle. Just unravel them.
In a hot wok or cooking pan, add your cooking oil. When the oil is hot enough add your dived garlic. Your garlic will cook fast so keep a close eye on it. Burnt garlic does not taste good and will ruin your dish. Once your garlic starts to brown add your sliced chicken breast. Stir and cook until your chicken is "almost" done, about 90% done. You don't want your chicken to dry out, so proceed to the next step before your chicken is fully cooked. But don't worry, it will be fully cooked by the time we are finished.
When your chicken is ready, add your rice noodles. Continue to stir everything together until your noodles start to soften up.
When your ready, mix your eggs and add them to your wok or pan. Continue to stir until your eggs are cooked.
Next add your seasoning sauce, soy sauce, and black soy sauce. Continue to stir everything together for a few seconds.
Next add your broccoli and continue to stir until your broccoli starts to soften up.
Next add your kale, and continue to stir until your kale starts to shrink.
When ready, add your vinegar, sugar, and white pepper t taste. Again, continue to mix and stir everything together for a few more seconds.
Plate and eat your Pad See Ew. Feel free to share it with your friends or family, or unbuckle your belt and enjoy it all by yourself.
Cooking Notes: Pad See Ew is a traditional dish, but there are a few things that are easily changed to make it your own. For example, I used kale and American broccoli instead of Chinese broccoli (bok choy). You can use your favorite vegetables to make this dish your own. Oh, and if you like it hot, don't forget to add a fresh pepper in while you're cooking.