Rad Na Recipe

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Rad Na is a popular Thai lunch and is also a comfort food for me. I guess it is the warm gravy and the soft noodles.  

There are several versions of Rad Na. Your choice of noodles ranges from thick flat rice noodles to thing vermicelli to fried egg noodles. The meat can be pork, chicken or seafood. The most common Rad Na is Rad Na Moo or Pork Rad Na. A good Pork Rad Na has tender pork with soft chewy noodles and plenty of gravy. Another version that I also enjoy is with the baby Chinese broccoli, which gives the milder and more tender taste.

4 Servings, Prep Time: 25 Minutes, Total Time: 25 Minutes

Tips and Techniques

  • Chinese broccoli substitutions: try collard greens, broccoli, or kohl rabi.
  • Good Rad Nah has really tender pork and part of the trick for the tenderest pork is coating it in tapioca flour before cooking it. 
  • If you have a non-stick pan, use it. The noodles won't stick to the pan.
  • You can adjust the amount of pork and Chinese broccoli. Add more Chinese broccoli if you love the greens.
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