Grandma's Signature Noodles – Vegan (Pad Mee Sua) | Thai Recipe


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  2. This also brings back sweet memories of my Grandma's very same vegetarian noodle when she's fasting during one religious festival. And similarly, that dried shiitake woodiness is the key flavour of the noodle. So simple, yet so flavourful! Cooking does transcend borders! In our case though, the typical condiment would be chopped bird's eye chillies steeped in vinegar.

  3. Khun Palin, Mee Sue is actually Chinese (Teochew) Dish, but…may it not famous in China or Hongkong,
    it famous in Thailand especially on Chinese new year and Vegan Fest/
    anyhow Chinese-Thai is just an abstract for foreigner to understanding multi-culture in Thailand, but in the real life no one care about it, there are totally melt-pot people in Thailand.

  4. Made this 2 nights ago and it was absolutely delicious . I followed the recipe exactly but made extra. As it stands, the recipe does not feed 4 people unless you are talking about 4 children or 4 midgets. It serves 2 ! I'll definitely be making it again.

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