Pat See Ew

Pat See Ew
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There is a Thai dish called Pat See Ew. But I have never seen this dish in Thailand at all. I’ve never seen this dish in Thailand. I think it’s more like American-style Thai food. I guess it is positioned like Chinese food made by Japanese.

Take a look at the picture. It is beautifully arranged on a plate and looks delicious, doesn’t it? The truth is that I put only a small amount of the dish on the platter for the photo. After the photo is taken, you serve three times this amount on top.

焼きそば、タイ風、牛肉

By the way, the recipe says cubed or thinly sliced beef, but I used the rest of the [shaking beef here]. Pat See Ew is sweetly seasoned, so the black pepper from the shaking beef really brings out the flavor.

So, if you only have leftover beef, please try this recipe.

Pat See Ew

Recipe by AKO's CookBook
Servings

2

servings
Cooking time

30

minutes

Ingredients

  • 150-200g beef (sliced or cubed) ★My recipe Shaking beef works great too!

  • 200g Senyai (flat noodles can be substituted)

  • 100g broccoli

  • 2 eggs

  • 1 tbsp soy sauce

  • 1 tbsp oyster sauce

  • 1 tbsp brown sugar

  • 1/2 teaspoon fish sauce

  • Chili powder, to taste

  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder

Directions

  • Put the senyai back in lukewarm water for about 20 minutes (just enough to leave a core when touched by hand). Pre-boil broccoli and set aside in a colander. Put a little oil in a frying pan and make scrambled eggs, then put them on a plate.
  • In the same frying pan, fry the beef. When half of the beef is cooked, add broccoli, garlic powder, brown sugar, soy sauce, and oyster sauce.
  • When all is cooked, lower the heat to medium and add the drained sen-yai to the pan. Add fish sauce and chili pepper and toss to coat. If the flavor is not enough, add a little soy sauce and adjust.
  • Before finishing, put the eggs back into the pan and mix them together. It has a sweet yakisoba flavor.

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