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This is probably the first recipe most Thais learn to make! It’s as easy as it gets, with just 2 ingredients: Eggs and fish sauce. In this video I show you 2 different ways to make it!

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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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Lisa says:

I like to add Thai peppers, scallions, cilantro, white pepper, and shrimp

the-exo-sphere says:

this is my favourite style of omelette! so simple to make. i like to make the healthy version all the time, with spring onions too 🙂

halifi sarif says:

When you dropped the egg shell. I thought it is part of the recipe!

peakarach says:

That's Lao Khua Kai, ( fried egg ), original not Thai omelet. Lol. Thai Omelet, Vietnamese Omelet, Cambodian Omelet is Lao Omelet original.

badbee00 says:

Team Fish Sauce!!!!!!

Tovi Xhimomi says:

I'm not interested in ua dish. ..I'm here just to watch u😂😂

angelaviary444 says:

when i was a kid my mom used to make this for breakfast but i never knew it had a name or its significance to thai culture (i'm only half thai and grew up in america and never learned how to speak thai so that might have played a role in my ignorance). but this was one of my favorite breakfast foods of all time. my mom would put onions in the eggs as well and i grew to love that flavor combo.

Aldrin Maniaquiz says:

pls try Filipino omelette with eggplant.

Kavita Uttamchandani says:

V nice egg Omelette Thai style. Can u please show hod to make e tofu with with coconut milk served on rice cracker

Genmaichi says:

My mom usually makes this when we have an unexpected guest, so there's a bit more food on the table😋

Grumpy Cat says:

Im eating this right now and it's so good! (With Jasmine rice)

Lena König says:

When i was in Thailand i ate this dish aaaaaall the time on the street and i love it so so so much

Kevin Go says:

I love this so much since learning but made my own version by adding half a teaspoon of sugar for every egg and sesame oil. I do the deep fried version.

MadameWolf says:

Pailin I'm going to Bangkok next week and I'd like to know where to source Thai cookware/tools where also locals do ? Like wok and the one you're using and big mortar & pestle for salad? I hope you could help me🙏

towfique iftekhar says:

paiilin I m from bangladesh…. but i try all of your recepie… i really get that thai taste here in my country

mehmet iskenderoğlu says:

you talk too much

キタ キタ says:

The 2nd omellete is the typical Filipino kids Favorite Not Deep Friy and as a kid b i already cook like that… and just learned adding tomato and onions from my Spanish Grand Father with Salt and Pepper. And now from you i will try add Patis or fish sauce.

Hex says:

The second method is how I've always made an omelette. Also, I added a pinch of sugar and msg.

Angel Ly says:

Nice dish but if it were me cooking on Saturday morning I'ld stay away from fish sauce it's much too strong for me instead I would put MSG. To kick the egg flavor to another planet and if you don't trust me plz cook one egg without and with it …….flavor flav👍

Maya Devi says:

Such a beautiful presentation

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