One of my favorite dishes to order at Thai restaurants is their spicy rice noodle dish! And for some reason, I love eating the shape of flat rice noodles, so this is my version of the recipe.
The sauce for this recipe is comprised of the same sauce ingredients I use to make Thai Basil Eggplant – Hoisin sauce, soy sauce, chili sauce, and cornstarch! I typically love adding broccoli to this dish because of how well the florets absorb the flavor of the sauce. In the past, I’ve found that broccoli, along with asparagus and mushrooms, makes for a perfect medley of vegetables to add to most saucy Thai dish. This trio of vegetables work well together, especially in this noodle dish! I usually make these flat noodles along-side some Garlic Pepper Tofu or Sweet Chili Lime Tofu, and quinoa or brown rice.
If you’re looking for an awesome Hoisin Sauce, I highly recommend the one by Koon Chun. For a gluten-free Hoisin Sauce, I recommend the one by Sun-Luck (I found this brand at my local Ralphs). Both of these Sauces are on the sweeter side, so if you’re using another brand, make sure that it is also on the sweet side otherwise the flavor of the sauce combination below may not work well.
This is yet another simple, tasty, quick, and delicious Thai dish to add to your selection!