Nan gyi thohk
|Alternative names||Mandalay mont di (မန္တလေးမုန့်တီ)|
|Place of origin||Mandalay, Myanmar|
|Main ingredients||Thick rice noodles, chicken or pork curry, toasted chickpea flour, sliced onions, chilies, crispy noodles, hard-boiled egg slices, lime juice|
Nan gyi thohk, (Burmese: နန်းကြီးသုပ်, pronounced [náɴd͡ʑíθoʊʔ]; also spelt nangyi thoke or nangyi thohk) is an a thoke salad dish in Burmese cuisine, made with thick round rice noodles mixed with specifically prepared chicken curry. It has been equated as a Burmese version of spaghetti.
The name "nan gyi" refers to the round thick rice noodles used while "thoke" means salad.
- Tan, D.; Leahy, K.; Lee, J. (2017). Burma Superstar: Addictive Recipes from the Crossroads of Southeast Asia. Ten Speed Press. p. 26. ISBN 978-1-60774-950-9. Retrieved June 21, 2017.
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