Thai Food Recipe: Pad Priao Wan (Sweet and Sour Stir-Fried)

Prepare:

1 cup  sliced pork
1 cup  cut onion
1 cup  cut pineapple
1 cup  sliced sweet pepper (any color)
1 cup  cut tomato
2 cup sliced cucumber

1 tbsp. vegetable oil
1 tbsp. minced garlic
1 tbsp. fish sauce
1 tbsp. soy sauce
1 tbsp. oyster sauce
2 tbsp. tomato sauce (ketchup)
1 tsp. sugar

Cooking instructions:

1. In a hot pan, add vegetable oil and minced garlic. Fry it until it has aromatic smell. After that add pork. Cook pork for 2 minutes use maximum heat. If you don’t like pork you can use chicken, fish, shrimps as substitution or even skip the meat if you are vegetarian.

[For the fish, you should deep fried it first and add the fish last. Same with the shrimps, soft boiled them first.]

2. After the pork is done, add the vegetable that takes time to cook first, cucumber and pineapple. Then, add fish sauce, spy sauce, oyster sauce, tomato sauce, sugar. Mix well.

3. Next, add sweet pepper, onion, tomatoes. Turn of the fire and serve it with hot jasmine rice.

Author: Joy B

Sawasdee Ka! I'm Joy, the owner of Joy's Thai Food Recipe & Cooking blog. I have been cooking since I was little with my mom and aunts in northeast Thailand. I want to share my childhood Thai recipes with you. Please help me make this the best site I can by completing my survey! :) Joy To contact me use the email address below, or find me at Google+.

2 thoughts on “Thai Food Recipe: Pad Priao Wan (Sweet and Sour Stir-Fried)”

  1. This recipe helped me a lot as I normally end up with too much sauce on the plate. Your recipe always give insight about the dishes, keep up the food work 🙂

    I’ve heard that many people use white vinegar, but ketchup is a lot smarter since it already contains vinegar and sugar!

  2. Thank you for your comment! 🙂 I am so happy to hear some feedback. Sometimes, I don’t add ketchup at all. Then, it gives me a new taste which is also good.. as sweet and sour could also come from Tomatoes itself.

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