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Thai pad on the disco (all done)
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PostPosted: Dec 20 2010    Post subject: Thai pad on the disco (all done) Reply with quote

Man I need a change of pace. I havenít made a Thai pad since Easter

Rice noodles


Sliced chicken breast with fish sauce, rice vinegar and chili paste


Tofu


Veggies


Sauce



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Well are you cooking it or what?

More pics we need more pics.
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Not a big tofu fan, but the rest of it looks yummy. Been awhile since I made Pad Thai too...think it's time for a new batch.
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Pad Thai is one of my favorites.
Toss the tofu and add crushed peanuts.
Don't forget the Sriracha.
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PostPosted: Dec 20 2010    Post subject: Reply with quote

Uncle John wrote:
Pad Thai is one of my favorites.
Toss the tofu and add crushed peanuts.
Don't forget the Sriracha.


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You rock Killswitch.......
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All done










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thanks guys this was pretty damn killer i just need some hotter chili
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I'd eat it. Thanks for the show.
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Use something hotter than sambal next time...or use more. I find sambal hotter than sriracha so that would not be a suitable substitute. Dice up some Thai chili next time and drop it in the pot. One condiment we like is thinly cut Thai chili marinated in fish sauce...sort of like we flavor vinegar with peppers.

For added flavor, we really enjoy Chili Garlic paste.

I can do without the peanuts...and tofu doesn't bother me.
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Denny, that looks real inviting. Very Happy I have never eaten Thai but you have opened my eyes here. Nicely done my man. Very Happy
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I just ate take out Pad Thai, yours looks better.
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PostPosted: Dec 21 2010    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tai noodle dishes rock! Yours looks outstanding!
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looks like its missing some brown color, did you have tamarind ?
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Damn! I wish this was smellavision..... That just looks so YUMMY! Micely done..
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Dang, I loves me some Pad Thai... Looks great killswitch!
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PostPosted: Dec 21 2010    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice!!! That looks awesome can't wait to try it! Denny, got a recipe to work from? Man that looks good.

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Awesome, I love Thai food.
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HOLY COW!!!! Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy thanks a lot guys!!!! i didnt know how this was goin to go over Shocked

1 pound chicken (cut into strips)
1 package of extra firm Tofo (cut into cubes)
1/4 cup vegetable oil (i use WOK oil)
4 eggs
? crushed red pepper (as much as you want)
2 cups bean sprouts
1/4 cup crushed peanuts
3 green onions
1 llime
1 package rice noodles (around 12oz mine was 13.5oz)

add the sause right after the noodles

2 tablespoon rice vinegar
3 tablespoons fish sauce
3 tablespoons of soy sauce
3 tablespoons sugar
? chili paste (i like a lot)


you have to soke rice noodles in warm water for 20-30 minutes fry the Tofu first then the chicken add the rest in order. okay guys please dont leave out the Tofu because you dont think you'll like it Evil or Very Mad and you only want to cook the noodles for a few minutes they can turn to mush really quick Very Happy
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I have texture issues with tofu in anything but restaurant hot and sour soup and I'm not crazy about it then. I usually make mine with shrimp and chicken. If you don't have access to an Asian market for the ingredients, A Taste of Thai brand makes an acceptable sauce out of the bottle and it is available widely in supermarkets. Homemade is better, but the jarred stuff ain't bad either in a pinch. I usually use 2 jars if I go that route.
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Nice job on the Pad Thai, Killswitch. Smile
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