Five-Spice Powder Recipe ผงพะโล้ – Hot Thai Kitchen

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A beautiful spice blend that is so versatile. I use this spice mix in my super yummy Roasted Cauliflower recipe, but you can also use it as a spice rub, in marinades, soups, or sprinkle it over fried chicken!

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Pailin “Pai” Chongchitnant is the author of the Hot Thai Kitchen cookbook, co-host of a Canadian TV series One World Kitchen on Gusto TV, and creator and host of the YouTube channel Pailin’s Kitchen.

Pai was born and raised in southern Thailand where she spent much of her “playtime” in the kitchen. She traveled to Canada to study Nutritional Sciences at the University of British Columbia, and was later trained as a chef at Le Cordon Bleu culinary school in San Francisco.

After working in both Western and Thai professional kitchens, she decided that her passion really lies in educating and empowering others to cook at home via YouTube videos, her cookbook, and cooking classes. She currently lives in Vancouver, and goes to Thailand every year to visit her family. Visit her at

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Lyndon Sein says:

I can't stand sichuan peppercorns.  gives me numb tongue and everything else i eat taste bad after that.

Richard Debideen says:

Omg I now tryed it in noodles it was wonderful

South African Voice says:

Rather add your own combination else you will ruin your dish with to much of a cinnamon taste

Sheikha Almulla says:

I just saw a cupcake recipe of anna olsen and she added 5 spice in I'll go with that 🙂

renz639 says:

Love you pailin!!! I always watch your video…greetings from california!

pricilla priyadarshini sharma says:

Hello ! B19 ws, Pls do research on fuxian n xuanzang history, clearly stated they went to india in early centuries, for what n why. U wl get better picture. Oh yeah, I there is movie about xuanzang for ur information. Pls watch it.

pricilla priyadarshini sharma says:

Many countries in asian side was ruled by indian kings that is king Chola, king Ashoka, king Suryavarman n many more, proven by hiistory. Bodhidharma /bogar /Damo went to china after he got vision of buddha, instructed him to go to China to help chinese people who are dying to unknown virus. Damo went n teach chinese people about herbs, tai chi, shaolin, karate, kung fu, ying n yang, qiong many more. I m not vry sure but it seems he was poisoned by his followers when he wanted to return to india , by killing him there in their soil, they believed that his soul will remain with them for guidiance n blessing. Indian spices are 100% herbs, this is how the usage of indian herbs spread through out the world.. I think u are well educated, why dont u do some reasearch n find out the truth. Whatever it is the truth will prevail. Dnt claim as chinese five spice, its god gift to indians because we indian are vry generous people n we dnt label it as an indian spice n also we dnt claim buddha as well as..

Nga Tran says:

where did you get this grinder, Pai?

pricilla priyadarshini sharma says:

Chinese. Fucker, its is indian herbs, chinese known as world copycat, the whole world hate chinese bastard, blady fucker, liar,cheater,ugly pigs,shut ur ass nget loss. Fucker stupid chinese

Albert M says:

Asians are so hot.

Frightful Kitchen says:

Funny how I consider your optional spices to be my must-haves hehe As you say, there a many variations. You wouldn't happen to have a recipe for a Thai stew (don't know its Thai name) made with 5-spice, whole eggs and fried tofu, would you? My Thai friend made it for me a long time ago and she is hesitant to share the recipe…haha

rob wilkins says:

Just made this spice blend and it is a ticket to flavorland for sure. Couldn't find any sichuan peppercorns so I used chili flakes though, but now my stir fry doesn't last anymore 😀

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