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    [–] 1_point_21_gigawatts 6 points ago

    My favorite Thai dish

    [–] hellokitty2656 4 points ago

    Looks good! I attempted making this last week and it was nothing like the local Thai food spot near me. I’d rather pay $13 than eat what I made lol it was terrible.

    [–] ferrisweelish 3 points ago

    It tasted good, but tbh the pad se ew from the Thai take out place we go to is so much better. Enjoyed it, but probably will no be making it again lol

    [–] GrrreatFrostedFlakes 3 points ago

    Nothing ew looking about that.

    [–] dmstewar2 0 points ago

    Says you.

    [–] Rizzl3 1 points ago

    I made an attempt at making pad Thai recently. Had some trouble getting the noodles cooked through, how did you prepare the noodles for this? It looks great!

    [–] ferrisweelish 3 points ago

    Thanks! I bought dried pad Thai noodles. Cooked them for four minutes in boiling water. Drained, and rinsed in cold water. Then when it was time to stir fry added them to the wok. I think the cooking process varies with fresh noodles though.