Thai BBQ Chicken 2–Hot Thai Kitchen!

0 Thai BBQ Chicken 2  Hot Thai Kitchen!— Learn how to cook Thai food the real way with a real Thai. I was born and raised in Thailand, and I lived there for 20 years. I have always been obsessed with food and can’t think of a life without it, so I went and got a nutrition degree in Canada, cooked in a few professional kitchens, and then off to culinary school in San Francisco. I am passionate about my culture, particularly its food, and I want to share it with the world. That’s why I’m here. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do making it. Kob kun ka (thank you)!

Gai Yang
1/2 lemongrass stalk
2-3 cilantro roots
pound in a pestle and mortar
¼ cup soy sauce
2 Tbsp fish sauce
2 tsp dark soy sauce
black pepper
Set aside 2 Tbsp marinade, marinade chicken 1 hour
3 Tbsp fish sauce
2 Tbsp lime juice
1.5 tsp sugar
1-2 tsp chili flakes
2 tsp rice powder
1 Tbsp cilantro

Duration : 0:8:56


  1. vonn kann says:

    Looks sooooo good.. …
    Looks sooooo good.. Thanks for filming this… 

  2. LiveBetterAmericaAOL says:

    This is a great …
    This is a great recipe! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Norbert Demanuele says:

    No worries for the …
    No worries for the late response and thanks for getting back to me. I am wondering if you have a recipe ( although it’s already past Thanksgiving, but still the holiday season!) for a Thai-Style Turkey? Thanks.

  4. Yui april says:

    Thanks for sharing …
    Thanks for sharing many good tips! The chicken looks yummy!

  5. jairakpanmunee says:

    ซอสหอยนางลมหายไปไหนนนน ถ้าใส่ด้วยน่าจะอร่อยนัวนะ

  6. Terry Sturmey says:

    Please can you make …
    Please can you make some Thai soup’s :) Thank You >^.^<

  7. MrQuagmire26 says:

    Inspiring channel. …
    Inspiring channel. I’m heading to bangkok in 1 week. As a food obsessed Farang I can’t wait to get my hands into some authentic thai food.

  8. PailinsKitchen says:

    Sorry i missed your …
    Sorry i missed your question for so long! Yes, just tell him to remove the backbone and flatten it open for you. I also remove the keel bone, but that’s not necessary.

  9. PailinsKitchen says:

    Thanks! No, it’s …
    Thanks! No, it’s not a TV show, just something I do on YouTube, hopepfully one day it will be a TV show though!

  10. Anchana Krairiksh says:

    Well done girl, so …
    Well done girl, so happy to see a Thai lady doing this sort of thing so professionally. Keep it up, by the way, is this a TV show? A fan from Thailand..

  11. bayouranch says:

    mmm, you make me …
    mmm, you make me hungry, lol great video as usual. Thanks!!!

  12. natetheamasing says:

    Your beautiful.
    Your beautiful.

  13. MrSnoopy400 says:

    thanks lots off …
    thanks lots off usefull tips, i cant wait to try this dish…i had it while on holiday in thailand it was just great…xxxxx

  14. interstategar says:

    You should have …
    You should have your own show on the Food Channel! Send them a demo. You should getting good money for what your doing. You have the passion, and knowledge. I like watching you.

  15. kaylyn882 says:

    Amazing !!!
    Amazing !!!

  16. nest4babe says:

    Love your videos! …
    Love your videos! Please keep them coming.

  17. Norbert Demanuele says:

    One more question: …
    One more question: When I try this I plan on having the butcher prep the chicken for me. Just to confirm, all I need to tell them is ‘Get rid of the backbone and tailbone’. Is that all, am I missing anything?

    Thanks again!

  18. scapallia says:

    Thank you so much …
    Thank you so much for this recipe. I just ate my fill of gai yang and som tum. It was fantastic. The best chicken I’ve ever made. I can give the Thai restaurant down the street a run for their money. Please keep making videos.

  19. Norbert Demanuele says:

    I appreciate your …
    I appreciate your reply. You have a great smile by the way!

  20. PailinsKitchen says:

    Well done!! …
    Well done!! Congratulations on your spatchcocking :)  Let me know how it goes.

  21. PailinsKitchen says:

    Hi there, thank you …
    Hi there, thank you for the comment! “This country” is USA, i filmed this while living in San Francisco. I’m sure you can use the paste lemongrass as well, although i’ve never used it before myself. Regular soy sauce will work, however, the flavor will end up being slightly different. Good luck!

  22. scapallia says:

    I just ” …
    I just “spatchcocked” not one, but two chickens. My first time ever. Your right! It is somewhat satisfying to cut through those bones to remove the spine. These birdies are going on grill tomorrow.

  23. Norbert Demanuele says:

    This is great! I …
    This is great! I am going to try it! I am curious to know where you film this because in Part 1 you referred to “this country” when you were explaining the cilantro root. Are you filming this in Thailand? I lived in Thailand for a few years and used to eat this chicken at least a few times a week with sticky rice and som tum!
    Also, I am wondering if I can use the lemon grass in paste form instead of the raw form. I can buy it in a tube at the store. Also will regular Soy sauce work? Thanks

  24. uso2011 says:

    HahA she very good …
    HahA she very good at explaining the culinary term for her methods … Sood yore mak na kurp… Pood pas a Thai kurp.. Zab!

  25. scapallia says:

    Great show! I’ll …
    Great show! I’ll be trying this out on my new grill soon. Krup Koon Kap!

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