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Tamarind Shrimp Recipe กุ้งผัดซอสมะขาม – Hot Thai Kitchen!

Tamarind Shrimp Recipe กุ้งผัดซอสมะขาม – Hot Thai Kitchen!

Tamarind Shrimp Recipe กุ้งผัดซอสมะขาม - Hot Thai Kitchen!

Easy Curry Puff Recipe (Thai-Style Samosa) กะหรี่ปั๊บ

40 thoughts on “Tamarind Shrimp Recipe กุ้งผัดซอสมะขาม – Hot Thai Kitchen!

  1. Nita Fields

    Suggestion, how about making the various sauces and put in jars and sell. Somehow I find it difficult where to buy most of the ingredients need to cook your different recipes. So how about it ???? Looking forward for this sauces in store soon.

  2. Starie Suklal

    Hi outline nice receipt I am going to try it some day but u must use fish sauce I dont know if we get fish sauce here T T thank u

  3. Héctor Miguel Mondragón Riquelme

    Wow, mexican and thai food are similar in a context of seasoning and techniques. I'm going to try this very soon. With rice of course. ❤

  4. Iidah San

    Sinced i have 2 jars of tamarind juice which i bought in Asians stores i now searching for different recipes using tamarindos… tonight we have PadThaiNoodles and tomorrow will try that..and sinigang using beef sparibs and ofcourse Tamarind as the base.

  5. MJ JaeRon_Joo are so funny!^.~v thats why i like your channel! thank u for sharing this recepi..tomorrow i will try this for dinner..

  6. Josefina Yoshida

    Hello it's my first time to watch your channel I'm so glad to see and eat your foods especially a fish with tamarind sauce , but the problem is I cannot find a tamarind here our place japan so please help me to find it

  7. Joanna Ang

    Pailin, Hi I'm a big fan of yours here in the Philippines. What can we substitute for tamarind paste if we do not have it here ?

  8. Zeeshan Ali-Abbas

    Thanks….Pailin!!! I have tried this dish today and it was awesome in taste but instead of palm sugar I used brown sugar. Do you have any recipe in Fish like this easy as this because here in Pakistan is hard to find Thai ingredients such as cilantro Shoots , etc. But still I manage with other ingredients in replacement and some how I make it better

  9. Nan Sriprasad

    Just recently found your videos everything looks so yummy thank you for sharing all of your wonderful dishes! Can you do a video on how to cook ginger and green onions flavored crabs. I tasted it from a restaurant when I was on vacation. Thankyou in advance!

  10. rosemary marsh

    I really like all these kinds of recipes only one problem can't get hold of any of these raps.They look so yummy.

  11. Thanh TRAN THI

    Thank you for your recipe . Would you show me how and where to buy the brass wok in Bangkok – Thailand and how to choose the size + quality like yours

  12. Roslin A/p mariasoosai

    hai! pailin i like to watch your recipe. I've have to say something your wok must b clean.u can find in u- tube tips how to clean it.tq.

  13. Nikita Gandhi

    Hi Pailin, LOVE your channel! I'm literally addicted to it. Your recipes are so easy to follow and everything turns out perfect each time. Keep up the fabulous work! xx
    How do you suggest making these curry puffs vegetarian?

  14. Chloe Yap

    Ms. Pailin, Enjoyed your video. It's a good video, explanation was very clear and instruction were clear. Your personality was very lovely. You should think about doing this professionally in American Cooking shows like Cooking Channel. You cooked well and speak very well. I could tell that you were either born here or came to the US when you were a child. Thanks for your video. Using egg roll skins are clever and creative. Keep up the good work. Thanks

  15. Lester Ordinado

    why is the surface of her wok dark, i understand why the bottom of it is blackened but the other i dont

  16. Talia The Book-Girl

    Hi, Pai. The word "Karee" or "Kari" is a Indian dialet for curry. So a Thai would understand this food as curry puff. It happened to sound like a Thai slang for unscrupulous working girl. I enjoyed Thai variety of Karee Puff , which mainly made from regional pastries. We will try your recipe. Thanks.

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