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Dave, Traditionally, since this is a Chinese-influ...

2010-09-17T19:11:23.701-07:00

Dave,
Traditionally, since this is a Chinese-influenced dish, gai lan is used. I just like the tenderness of Thai broccoli instead.

You can use any oil you want but I generally stick to flavorless oils for stir-frying. Unless I specifically want the taste of sesame oil. But I've used olive oil just fine to. It's up to you.



Oh, In general when cooking Thai food can I use Ca...

2010-09-14T13:44:26.214-07:00

Oh, In general when cooking Thai food can I use Canola or Sunflower oil?

thank you.



Hi Wandering, Thanks for your response. Stir Fryi...

2010-09-14T13:38:51.269-07:00

Hi Wandering,

Thanks for your response. Stir Frying it in some oil first sounds like a good idea. I will have to try Thai broccoli. I have seen it in markets but didn't realize that's what it was.

Dave



Dave, It depends on how much you like gai lan? If ...

2010-09-14T13:00:34.452-07:00

Dave,
It depends on how much you like gai lan? If you don't mind the rawness, then it's cooked enough with the stir-frying. If you prefer it more cooked, then do steam it first. Or you can just stir-fry the gai lan first and set it aside, and add it in again at the end.

I used Thai broccoli, which is thinner and sweeter so tossing it in at the end was sufficient.



Hi, I was wondering whether the Gai Lan should be ...

2010-09-13T21:49:17.469-07:00

Hi, I was wondering whether the Gai Lan should be steamed for a few minutes first before adding it to the Pad See-Ew or does it cook so quickly that adding it raw toward the end is sufficient?

thank you,
Dave



Jane, I do most of my grocery shopping at the San ...

2010-08-22T00:35:05.080-07:00

Jane,
I do most of my grocery shopping at the San Gabriel Superstore. You can see my post about the market in my restaurant index. But you could also find the rice noodles at most Asian supermarkets.



Hi, The recipe sounds like even I can so this! I...

2010-08-05T18:10:00.589-07:00

Hi,

The recipe sounds like even I can so this! I live in the glendale, ca area and need to know where you buy the rice noodles sheets & fresh noodles. Id love to try it! I love pad see ew!

Thanks



MCR, Not yet. These pics are still from my old cam...

2009-05-21T09:54:50.153-07:00

MCR,
Not yet. These pics are still from my old camera. I'm still learning how to use it. Hopefully, I'll one day be able to take pics as nice as yours!

Jo,
Thanks!

Darlene,
I like Thai broccoli a lot b/c I find it more tender and sweeter than Chinese broccoli. Curry flower leaves? But it doesn't taste anything like curry?

JR,
The Thai kale in



I enjoyed reading your version of Phat Siew. I'll...

2009-05-19T08:27:00.000-07:00

I enjoyed reading your version of Phat Siew. I'll have to give it a try next time I make it. (My version is described here: http://whatsinthepot.blogspot.com/2007/12/enjoying-well-stocked-kitchen.html)
It is truly an art to avoid the noodles sticking!

I think Thai broccoli and kale might be the same thing but I'm not sure. Either way, the Thai name is pak kana. Perhaps that



I just bought a couple of bunches of Thai broccoli...

2009-05-18T12:57:00.000-07:00

I just bought a couple of bunches of Thai broccoli at my farmer's market! They called it Thai curry flower leaves or something, which is new to me. I've always just called it Thai broccoli. Anyhow, I think it tastes better than gai lan too.



Yum and yum. This looks so delicious. I really l...

2009-05-18T07:53:00.000-07:00

Yum and yum. This looks so delicious. I really like the different textures, colour and flavours.



I love the rice noodles...I should roam around Kow...

2009-05-18T00:42:00.000-07:00

I love the rice noodles...I should roam around Kowloon City (Thai area in HK) to search for this noodle. I always pour loads of sauce to ensure that i get super tasty noodles hehehe. Btw, are you using your new baby? ^_*



Amber,Sweet chili sauce would be great too. I thin...

2009-02-19T20:46:00.000-08:00

Amber,
Sweet chili sauce would be great too. I think it might be better with pad kee mao though?



I used sweet chili sauce for sweetness (in additio...

2009-02-03T15:40:00.000-08:00

I used sweet chili sauce for sweetness (in addition to soy and sugar) --I was at work microwaving left overs I had made and that's all I had in the fridge...worked wonders! --I'm definitely trying it next time I make pad see ew! I'll also try hoisin and oyster sauce, I think it will add that extra layer it was missing!



Hi Andrew,You didn't say, but how much sauce did y...

2008-12-19T23:25:00.000-08:00

Hi Andrew,
You didn't say, but how much sauce did you use? Also, if you're not familiar with oyster sauce, I'd start out with only 1 tblsp and gradually increase until it's to your liking. Good luck!



Thanks! (This is Andrew) I checked the bottle agai...

2008-12-13T07:35:00.000-08:00

Thanks! (This is Andrew) I checked the bottle again and it definitely says "Oyster Sauce" on it. I'll probably have better luck if I shop in an asian grocery store that has more variety, instead of my neighborhood supermarket!



Andrew,Nam pla is definitely NOT oyster sauce. It'...

2008-11-22T12:16:00.000-08:00

Andrew,
Nam pla is definitely NOT oyster sauce. It's fish sauce and is very salty. It cannot be substituted for oyster sauce at all. Look for a bottle of OYSTER SAUCE.



I followed this recipe but the result was totally ...

2008-11-21T18:00:00.000-08:00

I followed this recipe but the result was totally inedible because it was so salty. Are you *sure* we should use that much oyster sauce? It's a very, very salty sauce and if you mix it in a 2/3 to 1/3 ratio with the hoisin sauce, making enough to coat the noodles, it's indescribably awful. Are there different types of oyster sauce? Is "nam pla" the wrong thing?



kd1402,Yay! So glad the recipe turned out well for...

2008-02-05T00:13:00.000-08:00

kd1402,
Yay! So glad the recipe turned out well for you.



I just made this for my roomies! They loved it and...

2008-02-04T20:03:00.000-08:00

I just made this for my roomies! They loved it and it was delicious. I made it using shrimp and chicken and it was equally yummy!



Hi Caroline,Yay! I'm always so happy when someone ...

2007-06-16T22:31:00.000-07:00

Hi Caroline,
Yay! I'm always so happy when someone cooks my recipes and likes it. :)



Late to the post, but we just made this two nights...

2007-06-16T13:31:00.000-07:00

Late to the post, but we just made this two nights ago, and it was PERFECT! We'll be eating this on a regular basis from now on. It was so quick to make and really yummy. Thanks for sharing your recipe!



Yiata,If I were I good Thai restaurant I'd have a ...

2007-03-10T09:16:00.000-08:00

Yiata,
If I were I good Thai restaurant I'd have a condiment rack at the ready. But alas, I've just got a bottle of Sriracha instead. :P



Thanks for sharing. This is my favorite Thai dish....

2007-03-10T07:49:00.000-08:00

Thanks for sharing. This is my favorite Thai dish. Don't forget to add chili powder and the other red/green pepper condiment that comes with the spice rack at Thai restaurants (not sure what it's called). It gives this dish a nice kick.



Hi Elmo,I found that the soy sauce just isn't thic...

2007-03-08T09:44:00.000-08:00

Hi Elmo,
I found that the soy sauce just isn't thick enough to coat the noodles or retain flavor. I was so happy when the oyster/hoisin sauce combo worked.