Drunken Noodles (Pad Kee Mao) (2023)

If you love Thai food, then you’re probably already familiar with drunken noodles, or pad kee mao. There are a few theories about the origin of the name. The most common explanation is a simple one: these noodles are perfect after a night of drinking with friends.

Which Noodles to Use in Drunken Noodles

If you have this dish in Thailand, you’ll likely be eating fresh rice noodles. You can find those in the refrigerated section of your local Asian grocery––near all the other fresh noodles. However, fresh rice noodles can sometimes be hard to locate, even in Chinese groceries. They also don’t last very long in the refrigerated, and must be used soon after buying.

When we blogged this particular recipe, we used a Chinese brand of dried wide rice noodles. The good news is, they came out really well!

The noodles were soft and chewy, coming pretty close to the fresh rice noodles we use in our Beef Chow Fun. The best part? You can keep the dried noodles in your pantry any time the mood for drunken noodles strikes! Look for them in the Asian market in the dried noodle aisle.

Combine those rice noodles with spicy chili peppers, basil, fish sauce, and chicken, and this drunken noodle recipe is awesome…regardless of whether you’re in a drunken stupor or just enjoying dinner on a weeknight or lazy Sunday.

A Note On Thai Basil

One disclaimer I must make is about the type of basil used in this dish. I know people can be purists about using holy basil versus Thai basil, but Thai basil is often easier to get in Asian markets here in the U.S., and it works great in this recipe.

Thai basil and holy basil have their own special flavor missing from regular old Italian basil, so my rule is that you must use one of these two types. Thai basil has a cinnamon-y, anise flavor, while holy basil has an event more fragrant licorice-like taste. They are very different from your run of the mill sweet Italian basil.

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Sarah has a different view. She emphasizes in her Pad Gra Prow recipe that Italian basil is better than no basil at all.

I can sort of agree with that, especially if it’s difficult to find Thai basil locally. BUT even if you do use Italian basil because all you can find, you must seek out Thai basil at some point to try in this dish. Try the Thai or holy basil once, and I will bet that you will never settle again for any substitute.

Go make this drunken noodles recipe (aka pad kee mao) now and you’ll wonder what else you’ve been missing in life! It’s seriously that good, folks.

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Drunken Noodles: Recipe Instructions

Work the two tablespoons of water into the chicken with your hands until the chicken absorbs the liquid. Add the soy sauce (Thai thin soy sauce preferred), oil and cornstarch, and mix until the chicken is evenly coated. Set aside for 20 minutes. For more information and preparing chicken for stir fries, see my post on Chicken velveting 101.

Follow the directions on the dried rice noodle package to prepare them. What I usually do is fill a stainless steel bowl with hot tap water to soak the noodles for about 15-20 minutes. Then I just drain them and set aside.

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Stir together the dissolved brown sugar/water mixture, soy sauces (Thai soy sauce preferred), fish sauce, oyster sauce, and white pepperin a small bowl and set aside.

Heat your wok until it’s close to smoking, and spread 2 tablespoons of oil around the perimeter of the wok.

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Add the chicken and let it sear for 1 minute on each side until it’s about 90% cooked. Remove from the wok and set aside. If the heat was high enough and you seared the meat correctly, your wok should be still clean with nothing sticking to it. If not, you can wash the wok to prevent the rice noodles from sticking.

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Continue with the wok on high heat and add 1 tablespoon of oil, along with the garlic and grated ginger.

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After a few seconds, add the shallots. Stir-fry for 20 seconds and add the scallion, Thai red chili peppers, Thai basil (or holy basil), baby corn and Shaoxing wine.

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Stir-fry for another 20 seconds and add in the rice noodles. Use a scooping motion to mix everything for another minute untilthe noodles warm up.

Next, add the prepared sauce mixture. Stir-fry at the highest heat for about 1 minute until the noodles are uniform in color. Take care to use your metal spatula to scrape the bottom of the wok to prevent sticking.Add the seared chicken and stir-fry for another 1 to 2 minutes.

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Serve your Drunken Noodles (Pad Kee Mao) immediately with your favorite chili oil!

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Drunken Noodles (Pad Kee Mao)

Drunken Noodles (Pad Kee Mao) is a favorite Thai dish made with rice noodles and Thai basil, often eaten in Thailand on late nights after drinking with friends!

by: Bill

Course:Noodles and Pasta

Cuisine:Thai

Drunken Noodles (Pad Kee Mao) (15)

serves: 4 servings

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Prep: 20 minutes

Cook: 10 minutes

Total: 30 minutes

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Ingredients

For the chicken & marinade:

  • 2 tablespoons water
  • 12 ounces sliced chicken thighs or chicken breast (340g)
  • 1 teaspoon soy sauce
  • 1 teaspoon oil
  • 2 teaspoons cornstarch

For the rest of the dish:

  • 8 ounces wide dried rice noodles (225g)
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons brown sugar (dissolved in 1 tablespoon hot water)
  • 2 teaspoons soy sauce (Thai soy sauce preferred)
  • 1 teaspoon dark soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon fish sauce
  • 2 teaspoons oyster sauce
  • pinch ground white pepper
  • 3 tablespoons vegetable or canola oil (divided)
  • 3 cloves garlic (sliced)
  • ¼ teaspoon fresh grated ginger
  • 2 shallots (sliced, about 1/3 cups)
  • 1 scallion (julienned into 3-inch pieces)
  • 4 Thai red chili peppers (deseeded and julienned)
  • 1 cup holy basil or Thai basil (loosely packed)
  • 5 to 6 pieces baby corn (split in half, optional)
  • 2 teaspoons Shaoxing wine

Instructions

  • Work the 2 tablespoons of water into the sliced chicken with your hands until the chicken absorbs the liquid. Add 1 teaspoon soy sauce, 1 teaspoon oil, and 2 teaspoons cornstarch, and mix until the chicken is evenly coated. Set aside for 20 minutes.

  • Follow the directions on the rice noodle package to prepare your noodles. What we usually do is prepare a stainless steel bowl with hot tap water to soak the noodles for about 15 minutes. Then we just drain them and set aside for cooking.

  • Stir together the dissolved brown sugar mixture, soy sauces, fish sauce, oyster sauce, and white pepper in a small bowl and set aside.

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  • Heat your wok until it’s close to smoking, and spread 2 tablespoons of oil around the perimeter of the wok. Add the chicken and let it sear for 1 minute on each side until it’s about 90% cooked. Remove from the wok and set aside. If the heat was high enough and you seared the meat correctly, your wok should be still clean with nothing sticking to it. If not, you can wash the wok to prevent the rice noodles from sticking.

  • Continue with the wok on high heat and add 1 tablespoon of oil, along with the garlic and grated ginger.

  • After a few seconds, add the shallots. Stir fry for 20 seconds and add the scallions, chili peppers, basil, baby corn and shaoxing wine. Stir-fry for another 20 seconds and add in the rice noodles. Use a scooping motion to mix everything for another minute until the noodles warm up.

  • Next, add the prepared sauce mixture and stir-fry at the highest heat for about 1 minute until the noodles are uniform in color. Take care to use your metal spatula to scrape the bottom of the wok to prevent sticking.

  • Add the seared chicken and stir-fry for another 1 to 2 minutes.

  • Serve!

nutrition facts

Calories: 444kcal (22%) Carbohydrates: 54g (18%) Protein: 20g (40%) Fat: 15g (23%) Saturated Fat: 10g (50%) Cholesterol: 81mg (27%) Sodium: 953mg (40%) Potassium: 317mg (9%) Fiber: 1g (4%) Sugar: 3g (3%) Vitamin A: 400IU (8%) Vitamin C: 10.6mg (13%) Calcium: 37mg (4%) Iron: 1.5mg (8%)

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TheWoksofLife.com is written and produced for informational purposes only. While we do our best to provide nutritional information as a general guideline to our readers, we are not certified nutritionists, and the values provided should be considered estimates. Factors such as brands purchased, natural variations in fresh ingredients, etc. will change the nutritional information in any recipe. Various online calculators also provide different results, depending on their sources. To obtain accurate nutritional information for a recipe, use your preferred nutrition calculator to determine nutritional information with the actual ingredients and quantities used.

Note: We originally published this post on March 4, 2016. We have since updated the post with clearer instructions and helpful links. Enjoy!

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FAQs

Is drunken noodles the same as Pad Kee Mao? ›

Drunken Noodles is the literal translation of Pad Kee Mao because the theory is that these spicy Thai noodles should be eaten with an ice cold beer and that they are a great cure for hangover.

What is the difference between Pad Thai and Pad Kee Mao? ›

They're also very spicy, so are definitely for spicy food lovers! Pad Thai is not nearly as spicy as Kee Mao. Pad Thai is made with a sweet tamarind-based sauce, served with scrambled egg and is sprinkled with chopped peanuts at the end. Kee Mao is much spicier than Pad See Ew.

What makes drunken noodles drunken? ›

Why do they call them drunken noodles? They are called drunken noodles because of the stories behind them. There is no alcohol in the recipe, but the story is that drunk people would try to “quench their thirst” with these noodles before finding out the spice level.

Is Pad Kee Mao or Pad Thai healthier? ›

Pad Thai has between 600 to 700 Calories while Pad Kee Mao has 460 to 700 Calories per serving by our estimate. The calories tend to vary depending on ingredients and serving size. Pad Thai vs Pad Kee Mao calories sources also differ: “Chan” noodle contains higher calories count than other types of noodle.

What is the Chinese version of drunken noodles? ›

Pad Kee Mao Recipe (Drunken Noodles) – An Asian “fusion food” favorite that combines multicultural attributes in a comforting and healthy way. This Thai-influenced Pad Kee Mao is the perfect balance of spicy and slightly sweet flavors, and the entire dish is easily made in just one wok.

What is healthier Pad Thai or drunken noodles? ›

Pad Thai and Drunken Noodles both have a moderate calorie count, making them a good choice at a restaurant. On top of that, they're packed with veggies and protein. Pad Thai has roughly 357 calories in one cup. Drunk Noodles contain about 323 calories per cup.

What does Kee Mao mean in English? ›

Pad Kee Mao origin.

In Thai khi mao means “drunk”. They are prepared with soy, fish and oyster sauce, as well as garlic, meat or seafood, chili, freshly ground pepper and sacred basil.

Why is it called Pad Kee Mao? ›

What is the origin of pad kee mao? In Thai, “khi mao” means drunk. This name is also given to a fried rice dish, khao phat khi mao – “drunken rice”. The origin of the name of this dish could come from the fact that it was usually eaten late at night outside bars and nightclubs.

What is the difference between lo mein and Drunken Noodles? ›

Aesthetically, the main differentiation between lo mein and drunken noodles is a wide rice noodle is used instead of a classic spaghetti-like egg noodle. I happen to love the way the wide noodles soak up a bit more sauce, and personally feel like they don't fill me up as much as an egg noodles.

What's the difference between drunken noodles and Pad Thai? ›

The differences between these two dishes is that Pad Thai is nuttier and sweeter whereas Drunken Noodles is spicy and savory. What is this? Pad Thai is made of rice noodles that is made of a sauce made with tamarind paste, fish sauce, and palm sugar that includes a protein like chicken topped with crushed peanuts.

Are drunken noodles good for hangover? ›

Thai Drunken Noodles (Pad Kee Mao)

The rice noodles will help you rehydrate, while the chicken, shrimp, and pork will give you some much-needed protein. And while this dish is best eaten with a cold bottle of beer, it's also great for curing hangovers because of its spicy and flavorful nature.

Why are drunken noodles so spicy? ›

Eventually, the stir-fry was converted into a noodle dish made with broad rice noodles (kuaitiao sen yai in Thai), soy sauce, fish sauce, oyster sauce, garlic, meat, seafood, chili, fresh black pepper pods and holy basil, which give rise to its distinctive spiciness.

What is the healthiest thing to order from Thai? ›

Other Healthy Choices for Thai Food
  • Select dishes that have a lot of vegetables in them.
  • Instead of Mussaman curry, choose lower-fat options like garlic shrimp, hot-and-sour soup, chicken satay, stir-fried noodles, scallops, bamboo, sautéed ginger chicken, Thai salad, tom yum, Pad Thai, and low-fat green and red curry.

What is the healthiest Thai noodle dish? ›

Best: Tom Yum Soup

It's a healthy pick. Tom yum has fewer than 100 calories per cup. It also has shrimp, veggies, and fragrant spices, such as lemongrass. Tom yum and other broth-based soups, like tofu-vegetable or wonton, are usually lower in fat and calories than soups made with coconut milk, such as tom kha.

Is Pad Kee Mao good for you? ›

Pad Kee Mao can be a very healthy dish – one serving consists of about 472 calories, 37 grams of protein, 10 grams of fat, and 58 grams of carbs. It makes a very well-balanced dish given that it consists of protein from the meat, vegetables, and carbs from the noodles.

What is similar to Pad Kee Mao? ›

Like Pad Thai, both Pad Kee Mao and Pad See Ew are stir-fried noodles where the dish typically consists of noodles, vegetables, and some protein. Both recipes of Pad Kee Mao and Pad See Ew contain a good degree of flexibility when it comes to noodle type, vegetables, and protein sources.

Do drunken noodles taste fishy? ›

It is made with seaweed and soybean giving it a salty, fishy flavour. The great thing about this recipe is that you can throw whatever vegetables you have in the fridge. I love the combination of broccoli, baby-corn and vegan 'chicken' pieces. Peppers, courgette or asparagus would also be really yummy!

What is the flavor of drunken noodles? ›

The flavor profile of drunken noodles is salty, spicy, and anise-like from the basil. Pad Thai is sweet and sour from the tamarind. Drunken noodles are much easier to whip up quickly.

What is the healthiest noodle in the world? ›

Quinoa noodles

This includes the fact that they contain all nine essential amino acids that the body needs. These noodles are also gluten-free and contain high levels of vitamins and minerals such as vitamin B, vitamin E and iron.

Is Pho healthier than Pad Thai? ›

What's healthier - Pho or Pad Thai? In one serving of Pho, there are 450 calories. In one dish of Pad Thai, there are 1,131 calories. From a calorie perspective, Pho has the least amount of calories compared to Pad Thai.

What does bu ke yi mean in English? ›

bu ke qi 不客气 means “you're welcome”/“no problem”

What does Da Ma mean in Chinese? ›

"Dama" is an English loanword of Chinese origin. It is the pinyin representation of a Chinese phrase that refers to middle-aged women. The term is a concatenation of the word "big" (Chinese: 大) and the word "mom" (simplified Chinese: 妈; traditional Chinese: 媽).

What Mao means in Chinese? ›

毛 [Mao] Meaning: hair, feather, down, wool, mildew, mold, coarse or semi finished, young, raw, careless, unthinking, nervous, scared, (of currency) to devalue or depreciate, classifier for Chinese fractional monetary unit ( = 角[jiao3] , = one-tenth of a yuan or 10 fen 分[fen1])

What is difference between Pad Kee Mao and Pad See Ew? ›

There are some other differences too; for example, Pad See Ew is heavily based on Chinese Broccoli whereas Pad Kee Mao invites other vegetables into the mix too. Both are hugely popular and staples of any Thai restaurant or street food delight.

What does kee mow mean in Thai? ›

Kee mao is a noun (not adjective) in Thai language that translates to drunk or drunkard. Prepended with pad or pat, which means stir-fried, the full title of this dish translates to drunk stir fry or drunkard's stir fry. Somewhere along the road "drunken noodles" becomes the accepted translation and the name stuck.

What's another name for Drunken Noodles? ›

Drunken Noodles, also known as Pad Kee Mao (ผัดขี้เมา), is a stir fry noodle dish that is very popular in Thailand and found in most Thai restaurants. It's my personal favorite and I'm adding this recipe to my list of “better than take-out” Thai food recipes, like this pad gra prow.

Does drunken noodles contain alcohol? ›

In reality, there's no alcohol used at all in making drunken noodles, but there are several theories on where the catchy name for this popular Thai dish came from. It all stems from the fact that drunken noodles are spicy. Some think that the spiciness of the noodles is so intense that it makes you feel drunk.

Why does ramen cure hangover? ›

Ramen can cure a hangover

The spice mixture is packed with sodium, which can replenish the salts that your body loses through dehydration from drinking. Next time you reach for a bottle of Gatorade to soothe your throbbing headache, think about slurping a bowl of Breakfast Ramen instead!

What is the spiciest noodle in the world? ›

If you need the world's ultimate two-in-one hangover cure, consider picking up a pack of Samyang Hek's Nuclear Hot Chicken ramen, which might possibly be the spiciest instant noodles you'll ever eat.

What is the hottest noodles in Korea? ›

According to Eggbun, here's the 10 spiciest Korean noodles out there based on the scoville score.
  • Shin Ramyeon – 2,700 Scovilles. ...
  • Spicy Bibim Ramyeon – 2,769 Scovilles. ...
  • Men's Ramyeon – 3,037 Scovilles. ...
  • Habanero Spicy Noodles (Red) – 3,960 Scovilles. ...
  • Really Spicy – 4,000 Scovilles.
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What is the spiciest noodles in Korea? ›

Namja Ramen

It's definitely the spiciest instant ramen out of the list and the deep red color of the broth didn't disappoint. However, there's more to it than just high spice levels – the broth is filled with garlicky, peppery, and salty goodness that make every bite pretty intense.

Is Pad Thai healthier than Chinese food? ›

Thai food is undoubtedly healthier than Chinese, as it contains ingredients that have health benefits. While the gastronomy of Chinese food mostly constitutes fried food and multiple sauces, Thai food contains protein rich ingredients and fish sauce, which is good for health.

What makes Thai food unhealthy? ›

Traditional Thai cuisine is quite healthy and largely based on vegetables, lean proteins, and fresh herbs and spices. Certain Thai dishes are high in refined carbs and may contain deep-fried foods, added sugar, or high amounts of salt.

Which is healthier Thai or Chinese food? ›

Thai food is often healthier than Chinese food. Thai food puts a focus on balance and variety. They are often light and the aromas are just as important as the taste of the food. Thai food uses less heavy sauces and oils than Chinese food uses that are healthier for you, if any oil at all.

Why is Thai food so filling? ›

The rice is filling and the protein helps stem any further appetite.

Are rice noodles healthier than rice? ›

Just 1 cup (176 grams) of cooked rice noodles provides 190 calories, which is comparable to a similar serving size of white rice ( 3 ). Therefore, they're fairly moderate in terms of calories. Notably, rice noodles have 14–20% fewer calories per serving than refined or whole wheat pasta, respectively ( 4 , 5 ).

Is Pad Thai or chow mein healthier? ›

While Chow Mein is a staple of many restaurants in China, Pad Thai is an equally famous Thai cuisine due to its rich taste and health benefits.
...
Chow Mein:
Pad ThaiChow Mein
Low in caloriesHigh in calories and carbohydrates
Healthy and nutritiousA Large amount of fat
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Why does Pad Thai taste so good? ›

A Pad Thai has tamarind, fish sauce, garlic, dried shrimp, palm sugar, and red chili pepper. These simple ingredients make Pad Thai a bowl of five tastes—salty, sweet, sour, bitter, and umami. The moment you put that spoon of Pad Thai hot soup in your mouth, you'll immediately have all your sensations stimulated.

Why is Pad Thai so sweet? ›

The sauce is basically tamarind for the tartness, fish sauce for the saltiness, and palm sugar for the sweetness. The sauce is generally premade. All the ingredients are cooked together and allowed to caramelize a bit and that is generally where you get a nice reddish hue to the pad Thai, not from ketchup.

What is the English name of Sen Yai Pad Kee Mao? ›

Over the years, Drunken Noodles or Pad Kee Mao has acted like drunkard, relaxing its boundaries.

What's the difference between lo mein and drunken noodles? ›

Aesthetically, the main differentiation between lo mein and drunken noodles is a wide rice noodle is used instead of a classic spaghetti-like egg noodle. I happen to love the way the wide noodles soak up a bit more sauce, and personally feel like they don't fill me up as much as an egg noodles.

What type of noodles is drunken noodle? ›

Drunken noodles are made with wide rice noodles and a more salty and savoury sauce traditionally made from oysters sauce, fish sauce and soy sauce. Drunken noodles are often stir-fried with vegetables like peppers, snow peas and Thai basil.

What does Kee Mao mean in Thai? ›

Pad Kee Mao origin.

In Thai khi mao means “drunk”. They are prepared with soy, fish and oyster sauce, as well as garlic, meat or seafood, chili, freshly ground pepper and sacred basil.

What Chinese dish is closest to Pad Thai? ›

What is this? Pad Thai and Lo Mein are noodles that are both usually cooked with protein. While they have different noodles, vegetables, and sauces, the cooking methodology is quite similar - you stir-fry it or toss it in a wok over the stove.

Are Drunken Noodles really spicy? ›

Drunken noodles are definitely on the spicier side. It is because they consist of Thai basil which adds to its spiciness. Additionally, drunken noodles have a strong savory taste due to the presence of various sauces such as soy sauce, fish sauce, and oyster sauce.

What is the difference between Pad Kee Mao and Pad See Ew? ›

There are some other differences too; for example, Pad See Ew is heavily based on Chinese Broccoli whereas Pad Kee Mao invites other vegetables into the mix too. Both are hugely popular and staples of any Thai restaurant or street food delight.

What does pad mean in Thai? ›

Pad (ผัด) – means fried. There are however, countless Thai dishes with the word Pad in it. The main ingredient in Pad Thai is rice noodles which are stir-fried. So, if you were to roughly translate Pad Thai, you'd have to say the dish is stir-fried noodles Thai style.

Do drunken noodles taste good? ›

Both Pad Thai and Pad Kee Mao (Drunken Noodles) are delicious and very popular Thai dishes that are authentic and savory.

Are drunken noodles called anything else? ›

Drunken Noodles, also known as Pad Kee Mao (ผัดขี้เมา), is a stir fry noodle dish that is very popular in Thailand and found in most Thai restaurants. It's my personal favorite and I'm adding this recipe to my list of “better than take-out” Thai food recipes, like this pad gra prow.

What does drunken noodle sauce taste like? ›

The flavor profile of drunken noodles is salty, spicy, and anise-like from the basil. Pad Thai is sweet and sour from the tamarind. Drunken noodles are much easier to whip up quickly.

Is PF Chang's drunken noodles spicy? ›

The chicken here is juicy and rich, absorbing a good deal of flavor from the delicious sauce. Now, drunken noodles are typically known to be spicy. In fact, some people say the name comes from how drunk you could get trying to cool your mouth with alcohol after eating these spicy noodles.

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