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Street Vendor Prepares Pad Prik Gaeng

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Thai cleaver
Kaffir lime leaves
Thai basil
Bamboo shoots
Namprik Pao
Red curry paste
Oyster sauce
Golden Mountain sauce
Fresh Thai chile peppers
Carbon steel wok
Long-handle wok turner and soup ladle
High BTU Gas Burner

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This video demonstrates how to make a more "high end" recipe that we special ordered, and the street vendor handled it perfectly using her sidewalk kitchen. Try to use fresh green beans. Omit sliced bamboo if you'd like, and use the fresh vegetables of your choice.
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November 20th, 2008 1:20 PM

malathy tharmaraju said:

hey overthere,hello it was so amazing watching gr8,yummy tasty pad prik gaeng...must try soon as i could.well thanks again i enjoy the clip! bbye. sayonara! malibu lady..

August 21st, 2009 4:12 PM

May Eager said:

Just wanted to say thank you...I love watching street so yummy you guys so wonderful!!! thank again!!!! see ya!!!!

August 30th, 2009 10:28 AM

Lev Osman said:

thank you this is my favorite dish in thailand and i have been tryinh to perfect it for months but i just cant get it right, and the thai restaurants here in Australia either dont make it right or they just dont make it at all

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