VEGGIE PAD THAI RECIPE | EASY VEGAN NOODLE STIR FRY (ผัดไทย)

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LEARN HOW TO MAKE VEGGIE PAD THAI RECIPE AT HOME!

LAY HO MA!! Pad Thai is one of my favourite dishes of all time. It’s got the sweet, sour, and spicy flavours packed into one easy to cook noodle dish. There’s definitely a good reason why this dish is one of the most popular (if not the most popular) dishes in Thailand. Join me in this episode and learn how to make an easy vegan pad thai recipe right at home. Let’s begin

Ingredients:
1/4lb fried tofu
70g broccoli
1/2 carrot
1/2 red onion
35g Chinese chives
1/4lb thin rice noodles
2 tbsp tamarind paste
1 tbsp maple syrup
2 tbsp soy sauce
1 red Thai chili pepper
drizzle of olive oil
50g bean sprouts
2 tbsp roasted peanuts
few sprigs cilantro
lime wedges to serve

Directions:
1. Bring a small saucepan of water to boil for the noodles
2. Thinly slice the fried tofu. Chop the broccoli into bite sized pieces. Thinly slice the carrot into matchsticks. Slice the red onion and chop down the Chinese chives
3. Spread the rice noodles in a pan. Then, pour in the hot water and let it soak for 2-3mins. Stir the noodles occasionally to get rid of the excess starch
4. Make the sauce by combining the tamarind paste, maple syrup, soy sauce, and a thinly sliced red Thai chili pepper
5. Heat up a nonstick pan to medium heat. Drizzle in some olive oil
6. Sauté the onions for a couple of minutes. Then, add in the tofu and broccoli. Sauté for another few minutes
7. Add in the carrots. Give it a stir
8. Add in the noodles, chives, bean sprouts, and the sauce
9. Sauté for another few minutes
10. Plate and sprinkle over some crushed roasted peanuts and freshly chopped cilantro. Serve with some lime wedges

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Hong Kong born Canadian, Wil Yeung is an international photographer, filmmaker, entrepreneur, violinist, and YouTube chef. He immigrated to Canada when he was a young boy carrying with him his ability to speak Cantonese and some broken English. Much of his culinary aspirations stem from his background in the visual and musical art spaces. Whether you’re plant based or plant based curious, Wil believes that learning how to make food can really change your life and of those around you.

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  1. Its good To give thé cooking lesson but if we created something which is not from original tranditionne cooking? Wé May respect thé original cusine of each country and use other name ….to pay respects because the real PHADTHAI is not this way….CREATOR alway respect others CREATOR

  2. I am new to the whole food, plant-based meal preparation. For cardiac care and improvement, the change is absolutely necessary. Can anyone tell me the purpose of the fried tofu? Is this ingredient necessary for what appears to be a delicious recipe? Can you purchase fried tofu? To any and all: Thank you very much.

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