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How to Make Thai Wide Noodles in Thick Sauce "Radna"

Click here to see our complete recipe: how to make Radna at home. products used in this recipe:

Tapioca starch
Wide rice noodles
Black soy sauce
Golden Mountain sauce
Chicken stock
Oyster sauce
Thai pepper powder
Carbon steel wok
Long Handle Stainless Steel Wok Turner
High BTU Gas Burner

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This street vendor version differs slightly from how we prepare the same dish, as the street vendor does not use yellow bean sauce or fish sauce. Her version is also heavier to sauce, with less noodles. We encourage you to try this at home and discover the way you like it.
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September 22nd, 2009 9:04 AM

kim wigley said:

This is one of my all time favorite dish. I make it quite often.

September 28th, 2009 6:27 PM

Joshb* said:

Wow! Bravo! Thank you for the explanation of ingredients and production. I look forward to ordering from Import Food. Joshb* NYC

December 12th, 2009 4:15 AM

Anonymous (writing from Australia) said:

On behalf of Thais, I say you cannot use broccoli or asparagus; lard na is made with chinese broccoli (puk khana) only. We are cooking Thai food here, not "wanna be" thai food. Thx.

February 22nd, 2010 7:06 PM

waloshi morgan said:

I have learn so much I love that you show us the cooking. thank you

March 27th, 2010 7:21 PM

Anonymous said:

To Anonymous Australian: I understand that you object to the seemingly inauthentic ingredients, but you must remember that in foreign places puk khana and many other ingredients are not available to the average person. Better to rejoice that people who are not from your country are trying to make your foods and enjoy them, than to complain about a minor detail. Here in the USA we have a Thai chef who is teaching us via TV how to cook wonderful Thai dishes, and he doesn't hesitate to say, "Hey! If you don't have this, use that; if you don't like it so spicy, put less chili in, and if you mess it up, it doesn't matter...What matters is that you have a good time and be happy!" When we stop having prejudices about food, then perhaps we will also stop having prejudices about people and that would make for a happier world.

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