Pok Pok Noodles: Recipes from Thailand and Beyond by Andy Ricker and J. J. Goode

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  • Stir-fried rice vermicelli (Phat khanom jiin)

    • mjes on October 25, 2019

      This is essentially a simple dish - rice noodles stir fried with fried shallots and fried garlic. I chose it as I thought it would pair well with a spicy broccoli. Yes, these noodles do make a delicious base that I can see using on a variety of plates.

  • Rolled noodle salad (Yam kuay chap)

    • mjes on October 09, 2019

      I tried this recipe first as I generally enjoy Pok Pok recipes and this recipe did not require that I scour several ethnic grocers to find the ingredients - one general Asian green grocer was sufficient. That does mean that I didn't seek out an Asian shallot. I used a leaf lettuce not iceberg. Fish sauce-palm sugar-key lime-garlic-chili worked very well with both the shrimp and the pork. This salad encouraged me to try other recipes as Pok Pok seems to have maintained its quality.

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  • Eat Your Books

    Thai. Noodles. Andy Ricker. Enough said.

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  • ISBN 10 1607747758
  • ISBN 13 9781607747758
  • Published May 21 2019
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 272
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Ten Speed Press

Publishers Text

From chef and bestselling author Andy Ricker comes this definitive guide to the most delicious and time-honored noodle dishes of Thailand with recipes anyone can make at home.

From iconic dishes like phat thai and phat si ew to lesser-known (at least Stateside) treasures like kuaytiaw reua (boat noodles), noodles represent many of the most delicious and satisfying dishes in the Thai culinary canon. In POK POK Noodles, chef Andy Ricker shares recipes for his favorites--including noodle soups, fried noodles, and khanom jiin, Thailand's only indigenous noodle. Filled with stunning food and location photography and the thoughtful, engaging storytelling that has earned Ricker legions of fans, this book will become an instant classic for armchair travelers and lovers of Thai food and culture.


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