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Not really like the Pad See Ew I've had before. I think I've tasted it with some sort of bean paste. Despite that, this is a really good recipe! We made ours with fresh rice noodles from the Chinese market, doubled the sauce and DH added a splash of fish and oyster sauce to his portion.

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Hadice October 07, 2008

good, but didn't taste like pad see-ew from a restaurant until i almost doubled the sugar. also - i couldnt find chinese broccoli but substituted baby bok choy and it was delicious.

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vanilla gorilla June 28, 2008

Pretty good recipe... though seemed a bit dry. I added green beans and green peppers as well as some thinly sliced carrots.

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791508 March 16, 2008

This was very good and super easy. I used tofu instead and served with garlic chili sauce. Great recipe!

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SpaceStormy August 20, 2007

I made this dish using chinese brocolli and beef instead of prawns and adding tofu. Tasted just as good at my favorite Thai restaurant!!

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Chef Neptune January 22, 2007

i loved this!!! i have been looking for a pad see ew recipe and this is just like the dish at my favorite restaurant!! Perfect, Thanks so much~!

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kristenh September 13, 2006
Pad See-Ew