Pad Thai Recipe (Feat. Lion Brand Chantaburi Rice Stick) | ผัดไทยเส้นจันท์กุ้งสด

Pad Thai is a stir-fried rice noodle dish that is a signature street food of Thailand and we have previously posted a full recipe as well as history and origins of this dish. Here’s a new recipe for home cooks using Lion Brand Chantaburi Rice Sticks.

The people of Chanthaburi take great pride in their noodle-making traditions, and many of the recipes have been passed down from generation to generation. Sometimes the noodle recipes would be kept secret for many years!

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Lion Brand Chantaburi Rice Sticks have a delectable texture and keep perfectly separated when stir frying. Perfect for both home cooks and restaurant owners, Lion Brand Chantaburi Rice Sticks are the secret to making the best traditional Pad Thai!


120g Lion Brand Chantaburi Rice Stick Noodles

2 tbsp Por Kwan Pad Thai Sauce

¼ red onion

100g hard tofu

50g chives

3 large tiger prawns

2 tbsp dried shrimp

2 eggs

3 tbsp chopped preserved sweet radish

¼ cup crushed roasted peanuts



  1. Soak Lion Brand Chantaburi Rice Stick in warm water for 5-8 min and drain well
  2. Slice red onions
  3. Chop hard tofu into cubes
  4. Slice chives in 4-5cm strips
  5. Butterfly tiger prawns and devein them


  1. Stir fry tiger prawns in pad thai sauce until cooked then set aside
  2. Saute hard tofu and sliced red onion
  3. Add preserved chopped sweet radish
  4. Add pad thai sauce and Lion Brand Chantaburi Rice Stick
  5. Add 2 eggs and stir fry until cooked
  6. Add tofu, crisp pork belly and dried shrimp
  7. Add bean sprouts and chives
  8. Stir fry ingredients and mix well
  9. Add tiger prawns to the dish and squeeze lime
  10. Garnish with roasted peanuts, extra bean sprouts, chives and lime
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