Jet Tila's Pad See You with Chicken | In the Kitchen with Jet Tila | Food Network

The secret to not adding too much oil to Pad See You? Jet says to coat the noodles or rice in THIS instead so they don’t stick to the pan!
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Pad See You with Chicken
Level: Easy
Total: 15 min
Active: 15 min
Yield: 4 servings


3 tablespoons (45 milliliters) Chinese sweet soy sauce
1 tablespoon (15 milliliters) oyster sauce
2 tablespoons (30 milliliters) fish sauce
2 teaspoons (10 grams) sugar
1 1/2 cups (335 grams) broccoli florets
3 tablespoons (45 milliliters) vegetable oil
1 pound (450 grams) chicken breast, sliced thin
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 large eggs
4 cups (960 grams) fresh rice noodles, separated
1/2 teaspoon white pepper


Combine the Chinese sweet soy sauce, oyster sauce, fish sauce and sugar in a small bowl and set it aside.

Place the broccoli florets in a bowl with about 1 tablespoon (15 milliliters) of water and cover with plastic wrap. Microwave for 1 1/2 minutes on high, then set aside until ready to use.

Heat the oil on high in a large skillet for about 1 minute. When you see the first wisps of white smoke, add the chicken and garlic to the pan and saute for about 1 minute or until the exterior of the chicken is mostly seared and opaque. Don’t be scared to really scrape the bits off the pan before they burn.

Add in the eggs, then “cradle” the noodles in the eggs, tossing to coat the noodles with the egg.

Drain the broccoli and add, tossing it constantly until it starts to turn dark green, 1 to 2 minutes. Then add the sauce and stir constantly to combine for about 3 minutes until the noodles soak up the sauce and start to crisp slightly on the edges.

When the chicken is cooked through and the sauces are absorbed, sprinkle with white pepper and combine very well.

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18 Replies to “Jet Tila's Pad See You with Chicken | In the Kitchen with Jet Tila | Food Network”

  1. Love that sauce Jet! I’ll have to try mixing my soy with the molasses in my cupboard and see how that goes. I’ve never thought to use molasses in stir fry before. Thanks for all the great tips!

  2. if you're not used to fish sauce or decide to buy it for the first time to make this recipe, please TASTE IT first before dumping it in. fish sauces vary in taste not just from brand to brand but from country to country. if you taste it and it seems too strong, start with a lot less and taste your dish while cooking. you can always add more fish sauce later, but good luck trying to remove it.

    the brand he's using is three crabs viet hong fish sauce. this is a pretty affordable brand with a smooth and well-balanced flavor. it's on the milder side so 3 tablespoons of this isn't unreasonable (unless you're really not into fishy flavors in which case start with less than half).

  3. I would argue the best "comfort noodle dish" is chicken noodle soup. I swear by that stuff when i am sick or feeling sick. The good old Jewish penicillin. Even if it doesn't help, it's easy to eat, nutritious, and just comforting.

  4. เพิ่งทำเมื่อวานเช้า ใส่บาตรและทานด้วย…อร่อยค่ะ…ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเส้นใหญ่ผัดซีอิ๊ว 👍

  5. When i clicked on this i thought the title was "pad to see you," and i was "Ah HA! Alton Brown rubbed off his bad puns on you. Sadly, this was not the case once i clicked the video. Still, i enjoy watching you cook. Hell, i enjoyed watching you judge. You were by far the kindest judge on cutthroat kitchen, you seemed more a good teacher than a judge. And i like that.

  6. Give this guy his own cooking show! He’s fantastic!

    Don’t need anymore cooking competition shows

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