- Tallarines de arroz
- brotes de soja
- Proteína (yo usé tofu, pero suelo utilizar gambas o pollo)
- Salsa: pasta de tamarindo, guindilla, salsa de pescado, azucar moreno
Saltear la soja y el tofu en aceite de sésamo o cacahuete. Añadir los tallarines y poco después, la salsa.
Servir adornado con anacardos, cilantro y un trozo de lima
When I arrived home from Cordoba, I had no fresh goodies at home (I like to buy them in the small shops in my neighborhood). So I went to the groceries to buy a few things just after the library (and with a little bit of time, because I had to come back later to study). They had some kind of new prepared noodles to be cooked in 10 minutes. I spend even less time.
- Rice noodles
- Mungo sprouts
- Protein (I used tofu this time, but I usually do it with prawns or chicken)
- Sauce: tamarind, fish sauce, brown sugar
Mix the sauce ingridients: fish sauce, chili, brown sugar and tamarind paste (you can also use lemon juice if you don't have tamarind. The idea is to have the typical thai flavours: sweet, sour, salty and spicy)
In a wook, put some sesame or peanut oil and stir-fry the sprouts and tofu. Add noodles and then the sauce. Stir for a little time, until everthing is mixed.
Garnish with coriander, cashew nuts and lime.