Pad See Ew is similar to the Chinese Beef Chow Ho Fun. It’s just as delicious, but the ingredients for Pad See Ew and Chow Fun are slightly different. Instead of the mung bean sprouts and scallions you find in Beef Chow Fun, Pad See Ew calls for Chinese broccoli and fish sauce.
|Heads Up! Rosemary is used twice. Most is added to roasted vegetables and a couple rosemary pieces garnish dish.|
|Salt refers to kosher salt in this recipe - it has bigger grains and is easier to pinch than table salt, allowing more control over flavor. If using regular table salt, reduce measured amounts by half.|
Cooking this dish in two steps is a good idea to ensure you maintain high heat levels and get some good wok hei going! One word of caution is that you will need a strong exhaust fan when cooking this dish. That or someone to man a fan by your smoke detectors
Heat your wok over high heat until it just starts to smoke, and spread 1 tablespoon of oil around the perimeter of the wok evenly to coat. Sear the beef until it is 80% cooked through, and transfer back to the marinade bowl.
Next, spread the noodles around the wok.
Continue to work quickly–your wok should be at the highest heat setting. Spread the sauce mixture over the top of the noodles, and gently mix everything with your wok spatula using a scooping motion for about 20 seconds. Add the beef back to wok.
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