Thai Street Food Inspired Khao Soi Recipe!

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Try our Thai street food inspired khao soi recipe!
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For full details and the portions you need to make this recipe for 3-4 people visit courageouskitchen.org at: http://ow.ly/Mezj309AXnB

Check out the other International Chicken Collaboration Participants:

Spoon Fork Heart – Thai Cashew Chicken: https://youtu.be/TvBzIXHNbVc

Real Italian Kitchen – Whole Italian Roasted Chicken: https://youtu.be/lPN284HYb9M

Laurice’s Kitchen – Chicken Manhatten: https://youtu.be/q-Ts9vks_VY

East Meets Kitchen – Vegan Chicken & Waffles: https://youtu.be/7QH6ksNcSzA

Eat East Indian – Chicken Masala: https://youtu.be/A_HUXgdsaLA

Ivy’s Kitchen – Chicken Afritada: https://youtu.be/2kiqZTHgfkA

Ellen’s Homemade Delights – Roasted Garlic Chicken: https://youtu.be/uu1AUV7RLJA

Critical Eats Japan – Chicken Karaage: https://youtu.be/nhZpkfyECKM

Kimchi and Cornbread – Spicy Korean Chicken Skewers: https://youtu.be/mSd5FyxewUs

Special thanks to our friends Siri and Joe at Spoon, Fork, Heart for inviting us to participate!

About Dwight:

“Eat well, travel happy, and give back!”

Dwight is an American food writer living in Bangkok. He created the hashtag #bkkfatty and later a food blog called Bangkok Fatty encouraging people to share their tastiest food finds.

Dwight’s charity Courageous Kitchen teaches underserved children to cook. You can find out more or donate to his charity efforts at http://courageouskitchen.org

Special Guests: Christy Innouvong

Follow Dwight at @bkkfatty on Instagram and Twitter and on Facebook at http://facebook.com/bkkfatty
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Whether from traveling to Thailand of watching street food videos, people around the world are excited to try Thai khao soi (ข้าวซอยไก่). This hearty northern Thai dish wins people over by being full of tender stewed meat, aromas from the spices in the curry, and a colorful array of condiments. We wanted to recreate this recipe in the tradition of Thai food in Chiang Mai, our strongest clues for how khao soi was eaten in the past, and a sharp contradiction to the extra sweet and salty versions many restaurants and online recipes promote today.
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This video was filmed in 4K Resolution, enjoy!

“Eat well, travel happy, and give back!”

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