Drunken Noodles Recipe

We pay homage to American celebrity, Chef Jet Tila. He was the culinary inspiration for this recipe that incorporates Hillshire Farm® Sliced Pork Belly with veggies, fresh herbs, soy sauce and noodles. And we love anything with noodles!

Serving Amount – 4-6
Sub Recipes:   Alternative Tyson® PRODUCT TO SUB:
Hillshire Farm® Bakin’ Bacon™ Pizza Topping

8 oz.

Hillshire Farm® Fully Cooked Sliced Pork Belly Topping

8 oz.

Rice Noodles, dry, wide. flat



2 Tbsp.

Cooking oil (canola, peanut, grapeseed, rice bran)

3 Tbsp.

Garlic, minced

1 cup

Onion, small dice

2 Tbsp.

Fresno Chile, sliced thin

2 Tbsp.

Scallion, think slice on a bias

2 Tbsp.

Basil, torn leaves



3 Tbsp.

Oyster Sauce

3 Tbsp.

Soy Sauce

1 tsp.


2 tsp.

Fish Sauce

1 Tbsp.



Step 1: Cook noodles according to manufacturer’s instructions. Hold cold for cooking.

Step 2: Gather all your sauce and vegetable prep separate, but together in one area.

Step 3: Crank your wok or sauté pan to the highest heat possible.

Step 4: Add the cooking oil and sliced pork belly, render for 15-20 seconds.

Step 5: Very quickly follow with the onion, garlic and peppers. Cook for 30-45 seconds until translucent

Step 6: Add the cooked rice noodles and all the sauce ingredients.

Step 7: Turn the heat to medium and toss the pan to incorporate the sauce, noodles and veggies together.

Step 8: Add the fresh herbs and give the pan a couple more tosses to finish.

Step 9: Serve family style or plate individually, and garnish with more herbs. Serve hot.


Tip: ***A note before starting. This recipe comes together in 1-2 minutes once you start cooking.  You will want to have all ingredients cut/prepped/measured and close to your station before you start the cooking.

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