Yummy Thai Noodle Bowl. Recipe

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Yummy Thai Noodle Bowl.

Dawn OKelley


This is a great meal in itself, very filling and very healthy so there is room for seconds. I also serve with egg rolls on the side for dipping or added crunch. Once the prep is done, this recipe goes very fast from stove to table, usually no more than 10 minutes.

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4 bowls
20 Min
10 Min
Stove Top


1 c
seeded cucumber or english cucumber, cut to matchstick size
3 dash(es)
salt, enough to toss with cucumber sticks
1 lb
ground pork, can use ground chicken as well
3 clove
garlic, grated or finely chopped
1 sprig(s)
ginger, about 1", peeled and grated
1 1/2 tsp
ground black pepper
1-2 tsp
sriracha or other hot sauce. i like the sweetness of the srirach
2 Tbsp
canola, coconut, peanut. not olive, has too much flavor
4 c
chicken stock
3 Tbsp
soy sauce
1 tsp
fish sauce, do not omit, does not taste "fishy" is an amalgamator
1 bunch
swiss chard, escarole or any hearty green, clean and roughly torn, no need to chop
1 bunch
scallions, thinly sliced
2 pkg
udon or other thai noodle, comes prepackage and ready to microwave, buy with no flavoring
4 slice
lime wedges
1 tsp
five spice, you can find this in any chinese section in grocery store


1Cut cucumber into matchstick size and sprinkle and toss with salt, just enough to cover. You will serve this as topping for finished product. Adds so much freshness!
2Add oil to deep skillet or soup pot and heat. The vessel you use will contain the 4 servings of soup.
3Lightly and quickly saute pork, garlic,ginger, pepper, sriracha and five spice. Break up with spoon and brown and pork is cooked through. About 8 minutes
4Add chicken stock, soy sauce, fish sauce and 1 cup of water and bring to low simmer.
5At simmer, add the chard and scallions and stir until the chard(or any hearty green) is just wilted. Usually takes about 2 minutes once you get it all in. Don't worry, it wilts down very small.
6Microwave noodles in pack per instruction. Or if making your own, cook your udon or rice noodles now.
7Add drained noodles or microwave noodles to 4 bowls and ladle soup mixture over noodles. Top with crunchy cucumbers and a squeeze of lime wedge.
8This makes a mildly spicy soup bowl. Keep sriracha or hot sauce handy as others may find it too mild.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Main Dishes
Main Ingredient: Pork
Regional Style: Thai
Hashtags: #thai, #soup, #noodle bowl