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  • Pad mee sua, also known as pad mee tiew, is a very popular noodle dish during the vegan eating festival in Thailand. My grandmother happens to love making this delicious and simple noodle stir-fry, and it has become her signature dish that I must have every time I come home! They’re so satisfying and addictive! She usually puts pork in it, but I’ve chosen to make it vegetarian and so I’m using pressed marinated tofu which is delicious in this dish. You can absolutely use chicken, shrimp, beef, or no protein at all.

    In Thailand this dish uses a special type of noodles that we call “mee tiew” or “mee sua”, but here I’ve discovered that you can substitute Chinese wheat, no-egg noodles that are similar in shape/size. Mine says “chow mein” on the package, but I find sometimes other chow mein noodles contain eggs. A note of caution, I’ve found that some noodles are only good for soup and do not hold up well for stir-frying, so when buying I would make sure the instructions on the back do say it is appropriate for stir-fry.

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    About Pai:

    Pailin “Pai” Chongchitnant is the author of the Hot Thai Kitchen cookbook, co-host of a Canadian TV series One World Kitchen on Gusto TV, and creator and host of the YouTube channel Pailin’s Kitchen.

    Pai was born and raised in southern Thailand where she spent much of her “playtime” in the kitchen. She traveled to Canada to study Nutritional Sciences at the University of British Columbia, and was later trained as a chef at Le Cordon Bleu culinary school in San Francisco.

    After working in both Western and Thai professional kitchens, she decided that her passion really lies in educating and empowering others to cook at home via YouTube videos, her cookbook, and cooking classes. She currently lives in Vancouver, and goes to Thailand every year to visit her family. Visit her at http://hot-thai-kitchen.com

    Comments

    Dilip jai singh says:

    Your grandma dish lookes much more good love to your grandma thnks

    Navraj Singh says:

    Luv the way you say
    Swadee kaa ..
    Let's get started..
    👌👌😊😊😊😊

    Paul Cycle says:

    YUM !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Nattapol Phorueng says:

    Khun Palin, Mee Sue is actually Chinese (Teochew) Dish, but…may it not famous in China or Hongkong,
    it famous in Thailand especially on Chinese new year and Vegan Fest/
    anyhow Chinese-Thai is just an abstract for foreigner to understanding multi-culture in Thailand, but in the real life no one care about it, there are totally melt-pot people in Thailand.

    Nida Rafiq says:

    is tofu a necessary ingredient ??

    MsGemini S says:

    Looks simple, yet delicious! Please share more veg & tofu dishes

    Wayne Lancaster says:

    Going to cook this tonight , will go perfect with the other stuff im cooking

    It's Me Miss Ruby says:

    I found you on the Video Influencers’ channel and just wanted to drop by to say “Hi!” I love Thai food but have never cooked it myself. Looking forward to learning from you! 😃

    Victoria Zasikowski says:

    Made this 2 nights ago and it was absolutely delicious . I followed the recipe exactly but made extra. As it stands, the recipe does not feed 4 people unless you are talking about 4 children or 4 midgets. It serves 2 ! I'll definitely be making it again.

    Pretty woman says:

    I love thai food. And i love your thai recipes..

    the peanut butter says:

    That peeler is really amazing. I love to use it too.

    muchogato1 says:

    I love to watch your face when you taste the dishes….. every single time.

    Judy Epstein says:

    Looks easy and delicious! Thanks for sharing it.

    Michael Matherne says:

    Would this work with shrimp?

    Hazel T says:

    I don't eat tofu what would replace tofu with would portabella mushroom do?

    WinsVideos says:

    Where did you get the peeler? I live in Vancouver. So it will be awesome if I can get it in a local store.

    Steph S says:

    Hello, I went to go make this today but the site for the written recipe is not working for me.

    David Spilkia says:

    The link to the written recipe does not seem to be working.

    Daniel B says:

    Whole family of 4 = 1 very hungry me

    Please more! I love your vids and (try) to recreate the recipes

    Devree Bee says:

    I know this is not very Thai but I would add a dash of sesame oil to this dish. Yumm yumm vegan noodle dish! Thank you, Pai.

    Trending Street Foods says:

    very simple and tasty thai noodles

    lim chendjan says:

    good and simple

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