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looking for a good pad thai recipe

deepsouthdeepsouth Posts: 1,796
edited 12:20AM in EggHead Forum
i did a search on the forum and couldn't find one.

can anyone recommend a good pad thai recipe?

Comments

  • DenbbqDenbbq Posts: 84
    I have used this one once and family liked it.
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/janets-pad-thai-recipe/index.html
  • JCOJCO Posts: 49
    I always use this recipe:

    http://chezpim.typepad.com/blogs/2007/01/pad_thai_for_be.html

    It always turns out great. I don't always use all of the ingredients that it calls for, and it doesn't seem to affect it (i.e. I use regular shrimp, no chicken, no dried shrimp, no tofu, I use green onions, regular garlic, etc). The sauce recipe is very very good.

    Good Luck
  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 8,081
    This site has excellent recipes and videos for thai food, also great prices for ordering if you do not have a local source. I always place the chopped peanuts and fresh lime jioce just before eating. Ger on their mailing list

    http://videos.importfood.com/070-Dish8.html
  • I have a recipe my wife uses in Thailand but I tried scanning it in and saving it and it was hard to read, if you would like the recipe send me an email and I will send it to you - 3.4MB.

    Mike
  • deepsouthdeepsouth Posts: 1,796
    ThailandBBQ wrote:
    I have a recipe my wife uses in Thailand but I tried scanning it in and saving it and it was hard to read, if you would like the recipe send me an email and I will send it to you - 3.4MB.

    Mike


    you've got mail!


    thanks all for the replies. i've printed out all the receipes and i'm going to read them and go from there.
  • MattMatt Posts: 143
    Alton Brown's recipe is solid. I add more heat than he calls for.

    I'd love a copy of ThailandBBQ's recipe, though....

    Matt
  • deepsouthdeepsouth Posts: 1,796
    Matt wrote:
    Alton Brown's recipe is solid. I add more heat than he calls for.

    I'd love a copy of ThailandBBQ's recipe, though....

    Matt

    thanks matt.
  • DenbbqDenbbq Posts: 84
    Could someone send me a copy of ThailandBBQ's recipe as well?
  • reccitronreccitron Posts: 175
    Richard Fl wrote:
    This site has excellent recipes and videos for thai food, also great prices for ordering if you do not have a local source. I always place the chopped peanuts and fresh lime jioce just before eating. Ger on their mailing list

    http://videos.importfood.com/070-Dish8.html

    That's a good video. I think I could mimic that on the egg with my new paella pan.
  • Give me a day or three and I'll try to get it in the recipe section.....simple dish but lots of ingredients and many steps...typical Thailand.....nothing is easy (but I wouldn't trade it for anything).

    Cheers,
    Mike
  • deepsouthdeepsouth Posts: 1,796
    ThailandBBQ wrote:
    Give me a day or three and I'll try to get it in the recipe section.....simple dish but lots of ingredients and many steps...typical Thailand.....nothing is easy (but I wouldn't trade it for anything).

    Cheers,
    Mike

    did you email it to me yesterday?
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