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Pad see ew

To ‘pad Thai’ or to ‘pad see ew’? That was the question. I’ve chosen to feature the latter in this book for one main reason: Russ, who has worked at bills for many years, buys pad see ew almost every day for his lunch from the local Thai takeaway. He’s worked at plenty of top-class restaurants, including Sally Clarke’s in London, but this is his favourite fast-food fix.

Pad see ew

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Recipe taken from Bill Granger's book Bill's Basics.

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Posted by petesjoyReport
This is one of my favourite Thai dishes too. Unfortunately I didn't have both the light and dark soy to hand, so had to use normal soy and some oyster sauce instead, which I actually think did the trick!
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