Asian at Home | Pad Thai Recipe

anna have a real deal Pad Thai? Then you’ve got to make this recipe at home. Ain’t no restaurants got this good!
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Pad Thai Ingredients
Servers 2

8 oz semi-fresh rice sticks or 4 oz dried rice sticks
1/2 boneless skinless chicken breast, sliced thinly
3 to 4 oz large/jumbo peeled & deveined shrimp
3 oz pressed, fried or extra firm tofu (If you are using extra firm tofu, wrap with paper towel to get rid of excess moisture)
1/2 shallot (approximately 2 oz)
2 oz Thai preserved sweet radish (approximately 2 Tbs)
2 oz garlic chives or 3 green onions, plus more for garnish
4 oz beansprouts, plus more for garnish
1/4 cup roasted peanuts, plus more for garnish
2 eggs
3 Tbs cooking oil, plus more if needed
Lime wedges
For the sauce
3 Tbs fish sauce
2 Tbs palm sugar (you can use regular sugar)
1 tsp tamarind concentrate
1/4 cup cold water, plus more if needed
1 to 2 tsp Thai sriracha or dried Thai chili (optional)

Comments

julietsh says:

발음이 귀여우세요^^

Odingandr says:

@Seonkyoung Longest. Thank you for showing me how to make this!! I appreciate the light hearted attitude and presentation of your videos!!! Excellent work! I hope for your success on Youtube in the future!

Vergenia Villanueva says:

Yummy!

Terrance Ostro says:

ASIAAAAN AAAAT HOME!

simony BR Ribeiro says:

I tried and taste very good!

RMj says:

Seonk- what’s a wok you can recommend to buy?

Sewvandi Hyacinth says:

Thank you Seonkyoung Longest , I tried this recipe and it turned out perfect. I love pad thai, tried to find a good recipe and yours came just perfect and thank you again……

JLR Star says:

Her English is so adorable!! The way she says “liquid”

Sath Sah says:

dear. dont you add salt?

Cousin Ciara says:

Yummmm!!!

Pinayshop says:

wow that dish looks awesome I’m super hungry! I will try to make it 😀

Samuel Barrientos says:

congratulations to your husband on a amazing wife he has ,gorgeous on the outside and inside and she can cook ,what more does a good man needs

Kevin Morris says:

got dam u pretty af!!! good Pad Thai too

Chelsea and Sungkyul says:

정말 맛있어 보여요!

M D says:

Pad Thai is always bland & no spice. There is so much better Thai food out there.

ohdymond says:

I made this and it was delicious!!! Thank you for the recipe! My husband also thanks you haha

지브롤터 says:

팟타이 쫀맛

Peter Romero says:

Im in love

Mc E says:

I love her!!

Sherl Jenkins says:

Can’t wait to try this recipe. Your shirt/blouse is so pretty. I love the elephants. where did you get it?

Keratie says:

I’m Thai and I cook. I approve of this recipe. This is the most legit recipe that foreigner does.

arc jimin says:

i’m just eating cha while watching you make pattaya lol

Blueandaman Thailand says:

Thank you for sharing REAL pad thai. Anyway if you can add some dried shrimp, it is more delicious.

jasper macatangay says:

yay!!! wee!!! =)

aram ledor says:

What’s the alternative for the preserved radish?

isha singh says:

i lov noodl

Denise Morgan says:

mummmm

Khaitoon Katy Kendall says:

This is the best padthai made by a foreigner that ive seen so far. wow.

Nicole Glazer says:

Looks amazing!!!

pdiddster12345 says:

How do you toss all that stuff when it’s in the wok? I’m using an electric stove, if that makes a difference.

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