Glass Noodle Salad Recipe (Yum Woon Sen) ยำวุ้นเส้น – Hot Thai Kitchen!

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A classic salad you can find in most restaurants in Thailand. Very easy to make, can be served at room temperature–perfect for a summer picnic or potluck!

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About Pai:

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 http://hot-thai-kitchen.com

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Diane Winchester says:

Sub the glass noodles with kelp and blackstrap molasses for the sugar for a keto dish.

Queens cake says:

Too much talking

Danish Brewster says:

Is this good for a diet?

Deloris Bledsoe says:

Palin where can I fine the palm sugar in the US?

Deloris Bledsoe says:

Oh this looks so delicious. light and healthy I'll watch it again before I try to make for myself first. then I can share with my family

Vinod Rana says:

Wow you are so beautiful

netei says:

cool that you showed some tricks how to serve it better. great way of mixing. i did not know that

afdba says:

Hey Pai! I have a question! Yum woon sen and som tam are two of my favorite dishes to make. I've kinda created a combo between them and i was wondering if it has an existing name. I use the same chili, sugar, nam pla, lime, cherry tomato sauce for yum woon sen that is used in som tam. I also add a little garlic as a secret ingredient to give it a edgy punch, does this dish have a name? tam woon sen? You HAVE to try it! It's simply delicious!

jennsaefong says:

How how do you melt your a palm sugar

Rickey Williams says:

Your The Woman of You Tube for sure. Everyone loves you. I lived in Thailand 3 years with the US Army and loved it. We are now starting to cook Thai at home again. Thank you for all you do. (Rickey/Ohio).

Kaushal Kushwah says:

I like your channel

Shruti Wani says:

Hello dear
your receipes are yummy
n i m fan of Thai cuisine
can you please help me
wat would be alterntive
for fish sauce.
Regards

LaylaTB88 says:

I tasted this dish two years ago in Bangkok, and I loved it! Now I can finally make it myself. Thank you for this recipe!

Nou Moua says:

Thanks for sharing this recipe! My boyfriend and I made this for dinner hoping to cook a healthy and yummy dish. It was! Turned out great 🙂

szymon mnymon says:

Greetings from Isan. Your channel is absolutely wonderful, it's refreshing to watch all my favourite recipes explained in such detail, so eloquently. And from Vancouver no less (my former home) :))) I link your vids to all my friends, whenever they ask about Thai food. Kapkun Mak Krap.

珈琲牛乳 says:

I love Yum Wonn Wen soooooooooo much!!! exactly YUMMMMMY!!

Laos V says:

like video at 3:20

Paul Germaine says:

Thanks for this. I am living in Thailand right now and Yum Woon Sen Talay is one of my absolute favourite meals, so I thought I would look up how to make the sauce. You explained it very well and it was entertaining. By the way I usually pay between 70 and 150TBH in regular family Thai Restaurants – not tourist joints.

Not sure about the fat free = healthy comment though. Current thinking is that refined sugar is the biggest killer in the modern diet and not fats. I usually ask for it "mai sai nam tan" "mai sai pong chu rot" (sugar and MSG – are added routinely otherwise). Personally I don't think the dish suffers without these two things, but each to his/her own. Also in Thailand, I find I need to ask for "pet nit noy" (little bit spicy) unless you like numb lips from the chillies!

Thanks again for the lesson. Now I can see how simple it is I am really looking forward to preparing it for friends when I go back on visits to home in England.

Ann T says:

u know kung obwun sen to cook?

Sia Cha says:

This is one of my favorite dishes !!! Love this so much

Ainjulle Glitterherpes says:

The quality of your videos has improved really well! You've also become way more comfortable in front of the camera. Love your videos.

Jiouh Zeuz says:

i just made this dish and it was delicious!! Everyone in my family loved it!!! Thank you so much for all your videos. I love them all!! I have made several different dishes already watching your videos, and all the dishes turned out to be delicious. You are very good in explaining things, very detailed, providing all the information we need. THANK YOU!!! Keep up the good work!!!

Jiouh Zeuz says:

i just made this dish and it was delicious!! Everyone in my family loved it!!! Thank you so much for all your videos. I love them all!! I have made several different dishes already watching your videos, and all the dishes turned out to be delicious. You are very good in explaining things, very detailed, providing all the information we need. THANK YOU!!! Keep up the good work!!!

Becky Bu says:

Hi. I like watching your program very much. U teach a lot street food also. It's really good. I love yum woon sen very much. Keep good.

Myat Noe Thit Sar says:

it's was so delicious and control my dietbeties

Lee Moua says:

I made this dish and it is so refreshingly amazing!!! Thank you for the recipe!!

peterstang says:

Good and refreshing salad. Love it!

David Lai says:

Pailin, of late you must be eating quite bit of good food huh?

angelina i says:

Love your recipes. Any change could show me to do spring rolls sauce please! or sent me the link. TIA

MeetMonsterReaction says:

bihun goreng

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