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Top Rated Drunken Noodle Recipes

There isn't a drop of alcohol in this dish — the name refers to how much you'll want to drink to combat the heat. We suggest a nice cold beer or sparkling wine.
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Jewelies
I saw this recipe made on TV and it looked fabulous - a Peter Evans recipe.
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Gretchen Brown, Oxmoor House Healthy Eating Collection, Oxmoor House 2006
This spicy traditional Thai dish won't make you tipsy—in fact, no alcohol is used in this recipe. Look for rice noodles at large grocery stores or Asian markets.
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Cyber Kitchen
Tofu Thai Drunken Noodles
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Mindi Bunch
This recipe is from atasteofthai.com Haven't tried it yet, but it's on my list of things to cook. The site claims this is the Thai cure for a hangover.
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International Recipes
from US2 Tbsp oil1 clove garlic minced2 small red or green chilies4 oz Sen Yai noodles broad flat rice noodles1 small onion diced1 medium tomatoe diced4 kaffir lime leaves6 sweet basil leaves1 tsp dark soy sauce2 Tbsp light soy sauce1/2 ...
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International Recipes
from US2 Tbsp oil1 clove garlic minced2 small red or green chilies4 oz Sen Yai noodles broad flat rice noodles1 small onion diced1 medium tomatoe diced4 kaffir lime leaves6 sweet basil leaves1 tsp dark soy sauce2 Tbsp light soy sauce1/2 ...
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lunasea
There isn't a drop of alcohol in this dish — the name refers to how much you'll want to drink to combat the heat. I suggest a nice icy beer or sparkling wine - and good company. Enjoy. Adapted from Bon Appétit.
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Ranikabani
Quick and easy Thai noodles make a tasty meal. You can easily change the ingredients to suit your own tastes. Different veggies can be added or substituted such as mushrooms, snow peas etc
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davik
Fast and easy stir fry of noodles in the Thai style. Easy to modify based on ingredients or tastes.
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sola
Most people are only familiar with Pad Thai but this noble dish deserves a try.The basil really makes it!You can omit shrimp and add tofu,also traditional.
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CHarlotteFoodie
I fell in love with Thai Drunken Noodle the very first time I tried it and this is my version of it. I based it on many other recipes I have seen and tailored it to taste the way you would get it at most Thai restaurants. You may find the Mirin difficult to find unless you go to an Asian market but it really cant be substituted. (My local Target Superstore carries it in the Asian section) Leave out the chili if you want a non-spicy version
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