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Thai Cooking School: How to Make Pad Kee Mao at Home (Video)

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Edible San Diego teamed up with Chef Fern Tran to show you how to make Thai take-out classics at home. It's quick and way easier than you think.

You probably already have everything you need for Pad Kee Mao in your pantry. This is a dish that can easily be adapted to be vegetarian, vegan, and even gluten-free. Use Chef Tran's recipe as your baseline and customize to suit your taste and dietary preferences.

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