Glass Noodle Stir-Fry Recipe Hainanese Style ผัดวุ้นเส้นไหหลำ – Hot Thai Kitchen!

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Pad Woon Sen or glass noodle stir-fry is a well-known Thai dish, and although this version is lesser known, it is the one we make most often at home because it comes from Hainan, my grandma’s birthplace! This is one of her signature dishes, and a dish she makes every time I come home to visit. Makes me so happy to share my family recipe with you, and to know that her recipe will now live on forever!

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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

Alvin Lee says:

I love how Pai keeps digging into the dish without commentary. After three bites, she manages to explain the flavour profile. (To be honest, I'd watch this show even if it was Pai eating her dishes. A mukbang!)

lisa dela cruz says:

I made this and my Fiancé and I loved it, thanks for sharing.

realamerican2580 says:

Hot Girl Kitchen …:)))))

Vishwanath A says:

Hi Pai.! Do u ever visited India?
Because i'm an Indian and like ur show very much.
Plz reply

Moon Cake says:

Thanks for showing the brand of mung bean noodle. It might be an ad but I trusted you as I have been looking for authentic 100% mung bean noodle.

Bunny Tang says:

Omg. My maternal grandmother is from Hainan too! I can speak hainanese! Haha. Ever since she passed we hardly cook this dish at home. I'm going to use this recipe and cook it for my mum. Hopefully it taste similar but ours includes cabbage.

Mir Bar says:

I noticed that at the end of your videos you always do that close look off the camera (and some other Youtubers do it too),personally I think it looks a bit weird….why is that?

Sattaya1 says:

One of my favorite! ❤️

Gabriel Kok Wai Gan says:

I was expecting to learn some Thai… She did not explain whats Pad, whats WoonSen…T.T Does WoonSen mean Noodle Strings?

meann sue says:

I'm filipino but I love thai and Vietnam foods yum yum

Kathryn Bach says:

That looks amazing!!! Yum!

Dare Jones says:

How to deal with the texture of the glass noodles?? I can't get used to it

Alina says:

looks so yummy!!!! subscribed~

winter lion says:

Do you ever used coconut oil in your cooking? which cooking oil is better for your health?

steph-x says:

i love mung bean glass noodles!!!!

Joni Depp says:

we usually add lime juice over glass noodles before eating it… i guess we can also do it with that! looks delicious

Erik Garduno says:

This woman is beautiful

Music, Food, & Makeup says:

Idk what its called but there's this dessert that is coconut rice i think with a banana slice wrapped together with bamboo leaves. Have you ate anything like that before or have a recipe for it?

Music, Food, & Makeup says:

How about a recipe on the mayo sriracha?

Steve Walton says:

Love your food instructions. Please keep it up.

cfov says:

No tap water! Chlorine and flouride should never be in a recipe! Spring water or even well water, but never municipal water! LOL I still think you are the greatest :-)

Chef Rafi's Awesome World says:

😋 yummy! This is like our dish sotanghon. Good to put pork!

melanie chi says:

I am in Vancouver, where can I buy the glass noodle and Thai soya sauce please, thanks.

FREDERIC BIENFAIT says:

Love it , looks like bami goreng ! I like to put celery and bean sprouts in it. 😋

joeeeeeeeeeewww says:

Thanks! Probably will veganize though

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