How to cook kick-ass Kuaytiaw Khua Kai – a step-by-step guide
Kuaytiaw Khua Kai is a Chinese-influenced Thai dish, made with stir-fried fresh rice-flour noodles, chicken and egg. If you fancy some, you can either make a trip to Chinatown, where there is a cumulation of restaurants serving the dish… or, you just do it yourself!
Andy Ricker is an American chef, known for his skill and expertise in northern Thai cuisine. Together with Tasty - BuzzFeed's foodie channel - he created a 2-minute video with step-by-step instructions how to cook kick-ass “Kuaytiaw Khua Kai”.
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The shopping list
170g fresh wide rice noodles
85g chicken breast
28g rendered pork fat
4 pieces cuttlefish
Green Leaf Lettuce
You will also need Fish sauce, Oyster sauce, Sugar, White Pepper and Chili powder.
Did this article cause you a sudden craving, but cooking it yourself is not an option for you? No problem! Head to Chinatown and check out one of the 3 places below, which are known to serve excellent Kuaytiaw Khua Kai.
Nay Hong (restaurant)
Location: Soi Lukluang 8
Opening Times: 4pm - 10:30pm
Ann Kuaytiaw Khua Kai (restaurant)
Location: Luang Road (Glang Hospital Junction)
Opening Times: 4:30pm - 11:00pm
Kuaytiaw Khua Kai Yaowarat (street stall at "Talat Mai" market)
Location: Soi Itsaranuphap (Yaowarat Soi 6)
Opening Times: 5pm - 3am