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Rice Vermicelli Spicy Seafood, "Sen Mee Keemao Talay"
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Rice Vermicelli "Sen Mee"
White Vinegar
Dark Thick Soy Sauce
Thai Pepper Powder
Fresh Thai Chile Peppers
Fresh Thai Basil
Long Handle Wok Turner, Stainless
Street Vendor Wok
Tamarind Cutting Board
Tiffin Food Carrier
High BTU Gas Burner

Also see our recipe for Mee Krob

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In this video, we demonstrate how to cook with rice vermicell (called "Sen Mee" in Thai). Rice vermicelli is a delicate, thin rice noodle that tastes very good stir-fried with vegetables. Follow along and make it yourself at home, it's very simple. If you enjoy this video please take the time to leave a comment below. Also, see our recipe for mee krob.
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July 14th, 2009 12:44 PM

Shirley said:

I want to thank you for having street vendor videos. They are fun and helpful to watch. Thanks for offering so many varied ingredients and cookware.

July 14th, 2009 12:45 PM

Dan said:

Thanks for the new videos! Always a pleasure to watch - every time I tell myself "I have to go to Thailand soon!"

July 14th, 2009 6:29 PM

Bob said:

Why do they start with the seafood first? It would seem that by the time the dish is complete the seafood would be tough and rubbery. Is this not true?

July 22nd, 2009 5:17 PM

Sharon Pulling said:

Your web site and products from your store have introduced me to Thai cooking. I love it! especially the green curry chicken. Can't wait to add more recipes. The fresh ingredients that I bought arrived in great shape. Thanks.

July 28th, 2009 11:30 AM

Anonymous said:

love your recipes and videos..can almost smell it..also I enjoy watching the neigborhood background,,,,feels like I'm there on location too....please keep doing this..Thank you for the beautiful foods

July 28th, 2009 10:47 PM

Donna Morang said:

I love each and every one of your street vendor videos, and so does my grand-son. He is only 6 and loves Thai food and was so excited to see how it was cooked on the streets in Thailand. Thank you for such great videos. hope to see more in the future. Just great.

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