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    Recipe #264785

    2 Reviews |  By xenon

    The real deal. Straight from the streets of Bangok.

    Recipe #196219

    For a classic taste of Thailand try this deliciously piquant recipe for stir-fried rice noodles with fresh shrimp.

    Recipe #238709

    The original recipe came from Paula Deen, but I also tried to recreate a wonderful meal I had at the Rain restaraunt in New York City! This is what I ended up with. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #113676

    1 Reviews |  By Phil!

    This is one of the few good vegetarian pad thai recipes I've found. Originally from a post on Allrecipes.com

    Recipe #110474

    I have followed many different Pad Thai recipes and this became my own favorite after many trials, taking a bit from each recipe.

    Recipe #48375

    There are many versions of Pad Thai. I hope you enjoy mine. It took me a summer to get this "right," and I still make adjustments all the time. This is fairly spicy...add less sriracha and more tamarind for a sweeter sauce. After you prepare it once, you will find it is simple to adjust the ingredients (and garnish) to your taste.

    Recipe #107706

    9 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    This is my Favorite Thai recipe. Simple to make yet elegant in presentation. Just be careful with the oil content. It may seem excessive, but too little oil, and the noodles will stick and you'll have a mess in your wok. You can get away with 5 tbs. or so instead of the full 1/2 cup but you will have to work extremely fast to avoid the sticking. This will serve about 4 as a noodle side dish or 2 as a main course.

    Recipe #31223

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