Authentic Thai Pad See Ew with Prawns by Marni Xuto
Marni Xuto grew up in the heart of Bangkok and her recipes are like love letters to Thai cuisine. She is a content creator and recipe developer and can often be found giving cooking demonstrations at top food festivals, or cooking classes at School of Wok.
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Marni’s Pad See Ew with Prawns is inspired by Songkran or เทศกาลสงกราน (Thai New Year) which is celebrated on 13th April each year. It is also known as the Water Splashing Festival and it also marks the beginning of the Buddhist New Year.
Pad See Ew is a famous Thai street food and translates literally as “fried with soy sauce”. It is known for its gorgeous caramelised noodle flavour that comes from cooking it at a high heat.
Did you know: The noodle stir-frying technique used for Pad See Ew originated in the Guangdong province of Southern China