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Friday, March 29th, 2013

22b. Stir Fried Rice or ‘Khaaw Pad’

Fried rice is a popular component of chinese food and other forms of Asian cuisine. It is made from rice fried in a wok, typically with additional ingredients left over from other dishes. There are dozens of varieties of fried rice, each with its own specific list of ingredients.

Can be made with veggies / chicken / pork / beef / seafood

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Friday, March 29th, 2013

Beef in Oyster Sauce21b. Stir Fried Beef in Oyster Sauce or ‘Pad Nuee Nam-man-hoy’

Another dish that easy and quick to make, it is good for new learners. Very delicious.

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Friday, March 29th, 2013

Chicken & Cashew Nuts20b. Stir Fried Chicken with Cashew Nuts or ‘Pad Med Ma-muang’

This dish has derived from Chinese immigrants to Thailand. It is a common dish on the menu of Thai restaurants in Western countries. You can use other meats instead of chicken but it is best with chicken. It is easy and quick to make, and like others stir fried dishes, eaten with rice.

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Friday, March 29th, 2013

19b. Stir Fried Meat with Garlic & Pepper or ‘Pad Gratiem Prig Thai’

Garlic and Pepper is a very common dish. You can use any meat — pork, beef, shrimp, squid, etc. You can even make a vegetarian option with tofu. It’s very easy and quick to make. It’s commonly eaten as a one-dish meal over rice, but it can be added to a family-style meal. If sharing – serve it on a regular plate – not over rice. There are two types of this dish, saucy or dry fried.

Can be made with chicken / pork / beef / seafood

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Friday, March 29th, 2013

Pad Gra Prao18b. Stir Fried Meat with Chillies & Basil or ‘Pad Gra-prao’

I bet that every Thai person loves this dish with their own slightly different version. Pad Gra-prao is easy to make and very tasty. You can make the taste how you like it to be. Pad Ga-prao is one of the most common dishes in Thailand. It’s usually served as a one-dish meal, a quick meal eaten over rice, and is usually topped with a fried egg. Pad Ga-prao can be made with ground or sliced chicken, beef or pork using this same recipe. You can even use pre-fried tofu. Serve with a sliced chili in a bowl with a teaspoon of fish sauce.

Can be made with veggies / chicken / pork / beef / seafood

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