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Khao Man Gai (thai-style Chicken And Rice) | Akwan's Kitchen

Khao Man Gai (thai-style Chicken And Rice) | Akwan's Kitchen

This is a re-creation of Tasty Memories khao man gai recipe for the giveaway contest, with my own twist to it. Khao man gai is a traditional Thai dish that resembles that of the Chinese Hainanese chicken and rice dish, except spicier.Directed and Produced by ABCcubed:- Alan Kwan- Ricky Kwan- Boyd La...

Food Cart Favorites: Nong's Khao Man Gai

Food Cart Favorites: Nong's Khao Man Gai

Food Cart Favorites: a guide to the absolute best of Portland's food carts. Nong's awe-inspiring titular entre, the Khao Man Gai, consists of chicken slices over rice simmered in a sauce of garlic, ginger, and soy...

How To Make Hainanese Chicken Rice (khao Man Gai) ข้าวมันไก่

How To Make Hainanese Chicken Rice (khao Man Gai) ข้าวมันไก่

How to Make Hainanese Chicken Rice (Khao Man Gai)...

Portland Street Food - Food Carts! Food Trucks!

Portland Street Food - Food Carts! Food Trucks!

The famous Nong's Khao Man Gai starts at is the food cart area near SW 10th & Alder St in downtown Portland...

Road Trip In Portland, Oregon (1 Day)

Road Trip In Portland, Oregon (1 Day)

Portland, Oregon Ted Talk Nong's Khao Man Gai Confirm! Pioneer Courthouse Square Buffalo Wild Wings Soda Powell's Book store "Pod" Sculpture Local Chocolate shop "Quin" Shopping Pok Pok!...

Nong's Khao Man Gai " Slice Of Life"

Nong's Khao Man Gai " Slice Of Life"

A short feature about Nong Poonsukwattana, her foodcart, and her 's Khao Man Gai is a food cart in Portland, Oregon specializing in Thai chicken and 's Khao Man Gai Sauce is also available online here: Or in the stores listed on the website: www.kmgpdx.comFilmed & Edited By Human RadioMusic by A...

Nong Poonsukwattana: Nongs Khao Man Gai

Nong Poonsukwattana: Nongs Khao Man Gai

Interview with Nong Poonsukwattana, Owner, Nongs Khao Man Gai...

Portland With Kids (day 2 Lan Su Chinese Garden): Look Who's Traveling

Portland With Kids (day 2 Lan Su Chinese Garden): Look Who's Traveling

Visiting Portland, Oregon for the first time! In this episode of the travel vlog, we explore Forest Park by hiking the Wildwood Trail to Pittock Mansion. We dine at one of Portland's many food carts, Nong's Khao Man Gai. Then we visit the Oregon Historical Society and Lan Su Chinese Garden. Lastly w...

Portland: Food, Hikes, & Beer [4.15.15 - 4.18.15]

Portland: Food, Hikes, & Beer [4.15.15 - 4.18.15]

Trip to Oregon for food and beer. PLACES VISITED: Tasty n AlderBlue Star DonutsChinese GardenPok PokSalt n StrawPotato ChampionHigh DiveStumptownVooDoo DonutsMultnomah FallsNong's Khao Man GaiKargi GoGoCascade Brewing Barrel HouseImperialTrail of Ten FallsBurger HutMy Brother's CrawfishDechutes Brew...

Portland Food Trucks - Nong's Khao Man Ghai

Portland Food Trucks - Nong's Khao Man Ghai

Loni Stark heads to Portland to check out the food truck scene. Her mission: to see if Nong's Khao Man Gai (chicken and rice) lives up to its famous reputation...

Authentic Thai Recipe For Khao Man Gai | ข้าวมันไก่ | Thai Chicken And Rice Recipe

Authentic Thai Recipe For Khao Man Gai | ข้าวมันไก่ | Thai Chicken And Rice Recipe

Khao Man Gai is the Thai version of Hainanese Chicken and Rice. It is quite popular in Thailand but not often served at Thai restaurants in the west. The dish consists of lightly seasoned, boiled chicken, served at room temperature, along with hot steamed white rice that has been cooked in water wit...

How To Make Khao Man Gai Chicken - Behind The Recipe

How To Make Khao Man Gai Chicken - Behind The Recipe

When Nong Poonsukwattana arrived in the US, she had barely $70 to her name. In this video, you'll see how this Thai native worked her way up from Portland kitchens, refining her recipe for khao man gai and saving her money, eventually landing her own spot within Portland's highly competitive food ca...

Gai Short

Gai Short

A short parody of Gai sensei's Dynamic Entry. This is the first parody I ever made, I hope you will like it :) A short feature about Nong Poonsukwattana, her foodcart, and her sauce. Nong's Khao Man Gai is a food cart in Portland, Oregon specializing in Thai chicken. Wow that was way too short of a ...

Behind The Food Carts: Thai Omelette By Nong's Khao Man Gai

Behind The Food Carts: Thai Omelette By Nong's Khao Man Gai

Food cart owners share one of their recipes with Behind the Food Omelette from Nong's Khao Man recipe: Music: "Magic Mountain" by Jahzzar...

How To Make Tuna Poke With Nong's Sauce

How To Make Tuna Poke With Nong's Sauce

RECIPESIngredients:1/2 lbs of Fresh Wild Oregon Albacore Tuna3 Tbsp of Nong's Khao Man Gai SauceGreen onions choppedCilantro choppedHalf of fresh green chili peppers1 Shiso LeafLet's do it!1. Clean and cut green onion, cilantro, shiso, peppers2. Cut tuna in small cube size3. In a small bowl mix tuna...

Nong's Khao Man Gai

Nong's Khao Man Gai

Nong's Khao Man Gai...

Thrillist - Nong's Khao Man Gai Kitchen Window - Portland, Or

Thrillist - Nong's Khao Man Gai Kitchen Window - Portland, Or

Thanks to a new carry-out window in her Southeast PDX prep space, Nong is supplying Eastsiders with her immensely popular Thai chicken and rice w/ garlicky/spicy fermented soybean sauce, all without them having to cross any bridges - which you should never do to Beau, because that dude can distribut...

Khao Man Gai - Andy Bates

Khao Man Gai - Andy Bates

Nong Poonsukwattana moved to the United States in 2003. She quickly worked her way up through the Portland restaurant scene, refining her recipe for Khao Man Gai - A Thai street food dish consisting of Hainanese chicken and rice. Nong now runs her own food truck in Portland, specialising in Khao Man...

First Give, Then Receive: Nong Poonsukwattana At Tedxportland

First Give, Then Receive: Nong Poonsukwattana At Tedxportland

Nong was born in Bangkok, Thailand. Nong's mother taught her, from the time she was a littlegirl, to cook in traditional Thai-style, focusing on quality ingredients crafted from scratch. Nong came to Portland in 2003 with two suitcases and $70 to pursue her dream. After honing her skills at local Th...