The recipe is adapted from Cooking from Nart which we followed pretty closely to. The only thing that we subsituted was the oyster sauce for fish sauce. We think that added a little more Thai taste to the overall dish.
Marinating our prawns as well as our glass noodles for about 15-20 minutes. The meal was quite easy to prep as well. Didn’t take too much of a time so this is great if you have all these ingredients on hand. Glass noodles are a pantry staple and so convenient to have around for a quick meal-fix.
I whipped up this meal using our Bruno hotplate and the ceramic nabe pot attachment. Clean-up was super fast and quick too as this is essentially a one-pot meal.
We added some chilli padi on the side to enjoy with the dish. Half a pack of glass noodles along with 11 tiger prawns were sufficient enough to feed the family of four. We felt really stuffed after the meal but no complaints. My mil who usually would be wary to try my dishes even shared that we could make this dish again with some modifications of her own.