Do you like Thai food? What’s your favorite?
Thai food back in my home country was expensive and still can be here depending on where you go to eat and the type of clients the restaurant serves.
One of my favorite types of Thai food happens to also be one of the cheapest.
Kuay Teow is a noodle soup consisting of rice noodles with a meat stock and toppings. Kuay Teow is generally thought to have originated with the ethnic Chinese groups that settled in Southeast Asian countries. A popular breakfast and dinner dish in Cambodia, Singapore, Thailand and other Southeast Asian countries. Kuay Teow can be found at marketplace stalls, roadside vendors, restaurants and in shop houses throughout Thailand. It is loved by the Thai people for its clear and delicious broth and array of herbs, and other garnishes and condiments.
Kuay Teow (ก๋วยเตี๋ยว) is the rice noodle itself, and sen yai (เส้นใหญ่) refers to the big size and sen lek (เส้นเล็ก) refers to the thin size. Another choice of noodle is known in Thai as ba mee (บะหมี่), a thin yellow Chinese egg noodle made from wheat.
No matter what noodle or meat you choose, whether it is pork, beef, chicken or seafood, this dish is tasty and cheap food for a Cat1 RIPper (Retiree In Paradise)!