how to make rice noodle stir fry with leftover curry

Making rice noodle stir fry with leftover curry is a great way to use up leftovers. When you make the sauce, add the extra vegetables in the pan at the end so they're still crunchy.

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How to make rice noodle stir fry with leftover curry

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Classic Northern Thai Dish Originated from Leftovers

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This dish is called gaeng ho, gaeng meaning “curry” and ho means “a mix of stuff”. It might seem strange because this dish is a stir fry and not a curry, but here’s the story. It started out with people repurposing leftover curry, specifically Hung Lay curry, and turned it into a stir-fry by adding veggies and glass noodles. I guess whoever did it first realized this was delicious, so it became widespread and eventually became an established dish.

But You Don’t Need Leftovers to Make It!

If you look for recipes of gaeng ho in Thailand, you’ll see that one of the ingredients required is “hung lay curry.” Yes, technically you need to buy/make another curry before you can make this dish.

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While hung lay curry is out-of-this-world delicious and you should make it one day anyway, I’ve come up with a way to enjoy gaeng ho without having to have hung lay curry on hand. The key is using the mix of spices in hung lay curry mixed with store bought red curry paste, which is a great basic paste that I love using as a base for building more complex curries without having to make everything from scratch.

  • Gaeng Hung Lay recipe, including how to make hung lay curry powder.
  • This Red Curry and Squash recipe includes how to make your own red curry paste from scratch.
  • Another Glass Noodle Stir-Fry recipe, this one is the most popular one in Thailand and it is not spicy.

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