Phad Thai Recipe Video

Thai fried noodles is also popularly known as ‘pad thai’ or ‘phad thai’. The pad thai is a great recipe made with noodles fried along with pork with bean sprouts added in the end. A filling recipe the pad thai is a full meal on its own without the need of serving side along with it.


Difficulty LevelVery EasyHealth IndexAverage
Main Ingredient, Healthy


 Rice noodles100 Gram, thin
 Cooking oil3 Tablespoon, soya bean
 Chopped red shallots1 Teaspoon
 Pork20 Gram
 Dried shrimp1 Tablespoon, rinsed and dried
 Bean curd10 Gram
 Chopped salted chinese radish3 Teaspoon
 Tamarind water1 Tablespoon (Tamarind Juice)
 Chinese chives50 Gram
 Roasted peanuts2 Tablespoon
 Roasted chili powder1 Teaspoon
 Lime wedge1
 Sugar2 Tablespoon
 Bean sprouts1⁄4 Cup (4 tbs)
 Thai fish sauce1 Tablespoon

Nutrition Facts

Serving size

Calories 642 Calories from Fat 303

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 35 g53.3%

Saturated Fat 5.4 g26.8%

Trans Fat 0 g

Cholesterol 157.3 mg

Sodium 869.9 mg36.2%

Total Carbohydrates 68 g22.6%

Dietary Fiber 4 g15.8%

Sugars 18.2 g

Protein 17 g35%

Vitamin A 39.8% Vitamin C 31.9%

Calcium 7.7% Iron 14.9%

*Based on a 2000 Calorie diet


Soak noodles in water for 5 minutes until soft then drain. Heat oil in a wok over medium heat and stir fry shallot and the roasted chili powder until fragrant and color changes. Add pork, stir until cooked then add bean curd, dried shrimp and salted Chinese radish. Push the mixture to the back side of the wok. Add noodles and toss them well then add the sugar, fish sauce and tamarind mixture, stir well. Break in egg and stir until done. Add Chinese chives and bean sprouts stir 30 seconds add peanuts and serve.

Editors Review

Here’s a Thai style noodle that is easy to make and would be a perfect treat! Sumptuous with the goodness of rice noodles, shrimp, pork and peanuts, yet economical because now you can recreate Thai dishes at home kitchen without frequenting any restaurant. You’ll enjoy this dish with zest!