Pad Thai is a timeless meal that appears on dining establishment menus around the world. Unknown by most people, the dish is actually of Chinese origin, however ended up being popular in Thailand in 1939 when the Prime Minister attempted to combine the nation with a dish that used foods grown by Thai farmers. To provide a tip of spicy heat and straightforward chili taste, we consisted of Sambal Oelek, a popular Asian paste made from grinding chili peppers.
These things really take the pad thai to a new level. You stir the bean sprouts in at the end of cooking for a little crunch and after that top the pad thai with chopped peanuts, cilantro and fresh lime wedges.