Wide Rice Noo­dles

Food and Travel (Singapore) - - Cook's Basics -

These thick, flat noo­dles are widely used in stir-fried dishes and are very pop­u­lar in Thai dishes, such as “pad si-iew”, where “siew” refers to soy sauce and “pad kee mao” which is shrimp with wide rice noo­dles. It is also used in Chi­nese dishes like “chow fun”, mostly found in Can­tonese restau­rants and Hong Kong Cha Chaan Tengs. Al­ter­na­tively, get them in pack­ages in stores, look out for names like “sen han” or “sha ha fun” for your jumbo noo­dle fix.

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