Vegan Pad Thai Recipe ผัดหมี่โคราช – Hot Thai Kitchen!

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This is a recipe you need to try whether or not you’re vegetarian or vegan. It is SO delicious, and it is also my grandmother’s recipe for the local specialty of her hometown.

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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


Judy Fleming says:

Hi Pai, can Korean fermented soybean paste be substituted for the one you are using?

Jessy Linders says:

I love the recipe, thank you. I just don´t see how you can promote products such as palm sugar as enthousiastic as you do when you look at the destruction it costs to a lot of Asian countries. Animals and nature suffer tremendously for it. There are other options as well.

RITC says:

I bought some whole fermented soybeans, didnt know I could sub miso, Can I just mash them up?

santoki mimi says:

This look delicious. I'm gonna cook on holiday

Lorien Waldron says:

This is great! 🙂 Thankyou!

Java Brown says:

Hi Pai, I am a bit confused, the pad Thai noodle I have, the direction says to be cooked in boiling water for 8 minutes, but yours just soaked in water for 1- 1.5 hours and will be ready to cook. which one is the "more Thai authentic way" ? Thanks and appreciate it.

Kai McKenzie says:

Yay! Vegetarian!

Lewis Maddock says:

"Boy, her husband is a seriously fucking lucky man!"

-My wife

L C says:

I love Thai food. I think Thai food is an amazing option for vegans ( like me ;)).You are a beautiful lady and the recipe you prepared seems to be delicious and beautiful as well.

Elisheba Jumba says:

I think this is the first video I've seen Pailin not use fish sauce!!😂😂😂

ochladdy says:

I made this today and it was DELICIOUS. Tasted just like restaurant pad thai. Thanks Pai!

Dabney Fountain says:

Mom and Grandmother should be proud…this looks scrumptious.

Saffron's World says:

It was 3AM and I couldn't sleep. I found this channel and now it looks like I won't be getting any sleep at all tonight.

Rame Marie says:

more vegan recipes pleasee <3

Carson TheKittyCAt says:

If one where to use miso paste, would you recommend dark or light miso paste? The dark miso is saltier.

Steph V says:

This looks so good! Definitely going to try it soon!

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TheHappyangel8 says:

Always love your videos! May I ask what kind of oil do you use?

C F Wong says:

if I cannot find palm sugar,can I replace with brown sugar or coconut sugar?

Nguyên Chu says:

thank you so much for making vegan pad thai. Can you make more vegan Thai food, please? Everyone loves Thai food ^^

Jen G. says:

Is that a wok or just a big pan? I was wondering if I should buy a wok and what the difference is between a regular pot

Jhoti Miro says:

I love your video on making this version of Pad Thai. I arrived at this site by doing a search "Vegan Thai Recipes" I vacillated many years with eating vegetarian diets, but when I read Dr. T. Colin Campel's book "The China Study" which he began in China with Dr. Chen Junshi, setting out to "prove" the necessity of the health benefits of erroneously proposing that each meal needs to have animal protein in each meal. He, Dr Jinshi and his team, over the course of the 25 year study conclude that it is just the opposite, going so far as to prove NO animal product should ever be consumed by humans, citing numerous findings showing elevated cancer risks among a myriad of other diseases found in the Western diet, and almost completely in the Asian diet. Presently, a very large percentage of Medical Doctors and Nutritionists world-wide completely agree.

Sorry to ramble, but having visited Asia, I have a life-long love of the incredible flavors never experienced before. I wish you the very best in showing your english speaking audience how great a meatless Thai meal is!

shanaya sharma says:

Thanku so much I like and love this recipe so much thanku so much

harini vasan says:

I hate mushroom..:'(

Sach Alvarez says:

wheres the lamb sauce

kaushal kushwah says:

mem chicken momos ko thai me kya bolte h

puja Rasoi says:

I like ur video

MałaMe says:

What can I use instead of palm sugar?

peterstang says:

Brilliant! I love this recipe! But not being a vegan, I would add chicken stock to enrich the taste.

Kanogkarn Hansongkram says:

i'm Korat people too 🙂

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