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Street Vendor: Pad Siew

This video filmed on location in Kanchanaburi, Thailand. The sidewalk chef here makes a very basic version of a favorite noodle dish. Watch her change the wok heat as she goes, and notice how quick it's made. She uses dark thick soy sauce then sweetens it with sugar, whereas our recipe for Pad Siew calls for dark sweet soy sauce and just a touch of palm sugar. See our recipe for Pad Siew. Feel free to experiment in order to get the flavor you like!

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Comments

Julie
May 11th, 2009
11:01 PM
Nice viedo, I'm going to make this... thanks.
Patrick T. Hodai
May 12th, 2009
1:28 PM
I really enjoy looking at your street vendor video series, they bring back a lot of memories of days in and around Krungthep. The "wide stick noodles" in your Pad Siew recipe usually are not soaked, the wide kuai tiaw are usually fresh unlike the sen lek used in Pad Thai, right?
George Plant
May 13th, 2009
12:05 PM
Your recipe for Pad Siew calls for 1.5 cup ounces of thinly sliced meat. Can you convert 1.5 up ounces to USA measure,onuces or pounds?
malathy tharmaraju
September 17th, 2009
8:06 AM
it looks so awesome and nice to try with crab stick they r vegetarian made of soya beans and only the flavour is crab taste..i recommend 4 people who don,t eat meat but u can also try with dried baby prawns which used 4 patai this pinkish baby prawns can be added in the place or squid,or king tiger prawns 2..oyster sauce gives gr8 taste 2!or u can add 4 spiceness gullin chilli paste with garlic taste and its coming from singapore.one should give a try 4 this gullin flavour and u can use 2 other veges such like a piece of carrot slices and chinese cabbage..baby corn 2 gives some crunchiness. tc have a nice day,enjoy,a happy cooking and happy eating. kindly malibu lady.
Jan
June 22nd, 2011
8:25 PM
Wonderful videos featuring street vendors! Thanks so much! Fantastic website!
Anonymous
July 1st, 2011
6:02 PM
Thank you! I've been trying to make this dish since my first visit to Thailand over 10 years ago. The best street food in the world...and I've been everywhere!

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