Making Bangkok Curry with Noodles & Co.

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A new Noodles & Company restaurant opened in York County this week and today the local Manager of Operations, Dominic DePasquale joined us in the Fox43 kitchen to show off their menu and make a Bangkok Curry dish.


Noodles & Company Bangkok Curry Recipe

Serves 6-8


1 cup broccoli (cut into florets)

1 cup carrots (julienne cut)

1/2 cup scallions (cut on the bias)

1/2 cup red peppers (julienne cut)

1 cup fresh sliced mushrooms

1 T fresh ginger (peeled & chopped)

1 T Thai curry paste (red or green)

1 T canola oil

1 can “Lite” coconut milk (from your favorite Asian market)

1 T sweet soy sauce (from your favorite Asian market)

1/2 cup sweet Chile sauce (from your favorite Asian market)

1 t black sesame seeds (from your favorite Asian market)

1 lb rice noodles (from your favorite Asian market)


Soak noodles in lukewarm water for 30 minutes. Drain and cool in ice water. Drain, let rest & toss with oil. Blanch broccoli & carrots in boiling water for 1 minute. Drain, cool down in ice water, drain and set aside. Place large sauté pan over high heat. Add canola oil and sautéed mushrooms until lightly golden. Add coconut milk and Thai curry paste. Add carrots, broccoli, peppers, scallions, ginger, sweet Chile sauce, sweet soy, and noodles to pan in that order. Toss once or twice to coat all ingredients well with sauce. Place on platter and sprinkle with black sesame seeds.

For more information on Noodles & Company check out their website