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Beach Vendor Prepares Gai Yang (barbeque chicken)
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Fish sauce
Oyster Sauce
Thai Pepper Powder
Golden Mountain Sauce
Turmeric Powder
Sweet Chile Sauce
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In this video, a sidewalk chef in the beach village of Bang Saen prepares barbeque chicken ("gai yang"). This town is known for barbeque chicken, and she's been here for decades. We hope you enjoy the video and take a moment to leave a comment below. See our recipe for gai yang.
An Look at Preparing Gai Yang in Bang Saen, Thailand
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July 1st, 2009 2:25 PM

Carlo DeVito said:

I would give anything to visit her the food looks so good. I am a big fan of Thai food

July 1st, 2009 11:11 PM

Laurie F. said:

Yummy !!!!! I want to go to Thailand !

July 2nd, 2009 10:22 AM

Rich Olofson said:

While stationed in Thailand with the USAF years ago I feel in love with the people, country and the food. I now work for a major US Airline carrier and have the opportunity to vacation in Thailand every November because of a great discounted ticket price. I try to attend one or two cooking classes each November while there. I am counting the days to my next visit so I can enjoy the "Gai Yang" you featured! Khrop Khun! for all you bring to us.

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