Fiery Thai Chicken and Noodles

(Fiery Thai Chicken & Noodles)

This is an adaptation of a recipe my husband tore out of a golf magazine on a Negra Modelo ad. I have never really dappled in foods of this type so it was fun to make. It definitely has some heat to it! I blanched some fresh veggies for myself and tossed them with some of this sauce and noodles. YUM!

The recipe is actually for shrimp so you can give that a try too. It also suggests serving the chicken on a bed of shredded Napa Cabbage. Go forth and play with this dish!

1/2 cup of flour
1/2 cup cornstarch
1/8 cup blackening seasoning (I left this out)
1 tablespoon jalapeno powder (I couldn't find this so I subbed in cayenne)

Thai Sauce
1 cup sweet Thai chili sauce
1/4 cup garlic chili sauce
1/3 tablespoon Sriracha sauce

Yuzu Dressing
1 egg white
5 oz vegetable oil
2 oz Yuzu juice ( or 50/50 lemon and lime juices)

28 oz shrimp or 1lb chicken tenders, cut into pieces
2 oz buttermilk
vegetable oil for frying
Shredded Napa cabbage for garnish

1. To prepare breading, mix flour, cornstarch, blackening seasoning and jalapeno powder in a bowl and set aside.

2. Make dressing by mixing egg yolk and yuzu juice in a blender on high speed. Slowly add oil until fully incorporated. Set dressing aside.

3. Prepare Thai sauce by combining its ingredients.

4. Toss shrimp/chicken in buttermilk. Drain off excess milk and add breading to coat shrimp. Shake off excess breading and fry approximately 2-3 minutes. Place on paper towels to drain off excess oil. Add fried shrimp/chicken to Thai sauce and toss to coat. 

5. Serve over rice, noodles or cabbage and drizzle with Yuzu dressing.


  1. This looks yummy! I may try it and replace the with chicken with quorn :) xo


  2. I'm wondering how much weight I'm going to gain because of your blog :-) This looks delicious!

  3. YUM! We use a package for stuff like this, but I bet it's awesome like this.

  4. YUM. I am making this tomorrow night. Absolutely divine!

  5. That looks awesome!!

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    Have a great Friday!!

  6. Yum! Looks delish!


  7. Looks great! I might have to try a different store for the sauces though. Our nearby Alberstons is pretty ethnic based but not Thai (we refer to ours as 'shopping in the 'hood' - lol!

  8. This is one of my favorite dishes! I get it from a local street vendor several times a month! Thanks for sharing!

  9. Yum! That looks wonderful! Happy weekend!

  10. While this looks delicious, I don't do "fiery". :)

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    Thanks for the inspiration.

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