Thailand is also famous for its fragrant stir-fried noodle dishes. Most Thai noodle recipes call for rice noodles rather than those made with wheat or egg, although these can also be found in Thai cooking. Noodles were first brought to Thailand by the Chinese, many of whom remained in Thailand and integrated with the local society. For this reason, Chinese cooking has been a major influence in Thai cuisine, including cooking styles (the Chinese introduced the wok) and key cooking ingredients, such as soy sauce.
The most famous Thai noodle dish in Thailand is called “Pad Thai”, which literally means “Thai Noodles”. But you don’t have to go to a Thai restaurant the next time you have a craving for Pad Thai. Instead, cook some up yourself with our freshly-made Pad Thai Sauce.