The King Of Thai Street Food – Pad Thai Recipe

There are so many ways and recipes on how to make the ‘authentic’ Pad Thai recipe, that it is hard to pick the right one. I love Thai food, that’s why whenever I am in a Thai restaurant I always make the Pad Thai test. If this one dish is good, the restaurant will get my star of approval and I will visit the place again if not then it’s most likely a pass for other dishes as well.

The King Of Thai Street Food - Authentic Pad Thai Recipe

The King Of Thai Street Food – Pad Thai Recipe

Pad Thai is actually very fast and easy recipe to make, so even if you are a beginner in the kitchen you can pull this off.  If you are not sure if you can get the ingredients in your supermarket do not worry, there are plenty of Asian food stores, where it is easy to find all the ingredients.You can always shop for the missing ingredients online. 

The recipe that you can find below is a recipe that I have learned in Bangkok when I attended an authentic Thai food cooking class. If you love to travel and you love to cook don’t miss out on cooking class fun. It was an amazing adventure to learn from a genuine Thai Chef. Not only about Thai food heritage, but also about the ingredients specific for the Thai cuisine. 

If you want to see more of our recipes, have a look at our Blog. If you want to treat yourself to cooking classes without having to get on an 11h flight, check out our amazing Private Chefs. They can teach you not only how to cook Thai food but any other cuisine that you are interested in. 

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The King Of Thai Street Food - Classic Pad Thai Recipe
A Delicious Pad Thai Recipe that everyone can make.
  1. Heat the oil and fry the garlic.
  2. Add prawns and tofu, bean sprouts, chives and stir until prawns are cooked.
  3. Crack the egg into the wok and scramble.
  4. Add noodles and fish sauce, sugar, peanuts, chili powder and tamarind paste.
    Cooking Pad Thai
  5. Keep frying until the noodles are soft. Take off the heat.
  6. Serve with a wedge of lime, peanuts, and chili on the side.
    Pad Thai
Recipe Notes

When you add noodles, add a little bit of water to allow the noodles to cook and not dry out. 

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