Khao Piak

Khao Piak Recipe

Khao Peak is great for nauseas, hangover, feeling sick, etc. Try this recipe out and tell us what you think!
Course holiday, main dish
Cuisine asian
Prep Time 40 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 10 minutes



  • 1 Chicken thighs, breast, or whole
  • 1-2 Lemongrass
  • Salt add to taste
  • Chicken stock or powder


  • 1 Pack of rice flower
  • 1 Pack of tapioca starch
  • Hot boiling water


  • Shredded chicken
  • Chopped green onions
  • Chopped cilantro
  • Slice limes 1-2 limes



  • Place chicken in a big pot, add enough water to cover up halfway of the pot. Bring water to a boil over medium-high heat, reduce to a simmer, and cook until the chicken is cooked through.
  • When chicken is cooked, remove from the pot, shred chicken with a fork, then set aside. Save the chicken broth. It will be the main broth for this dish.


  • Mix one pack of rice flour and one package of tapioca starch in a mixing bowl. Save about 1 inch of the rice flour bag for later.
  • Slowly add hot water in the bowl and stir.
  • Then, take the dough out and put it on a clean surface. Kneed the dough for several minutes until it is like clay.
  • Grab a rolling pin. Break the dough into smaller balls and roll them out with the rolling pin until flat.
  • Fold the dough into thirds, then slice them just like the image shown. You can slice them short if you want to.
  • Place the sliced dough into a bowl and sprinkling some rice flower that you saved earlier. Mix it. This will keep the dough from drying out.
  • After slicing all the dough noodles, turn back on the broth pot if you turned it off.
  • Add the noodles into the boiling chicken broth. Bring it to a boil.
  • Once it is boiling, it is ready to serve. Make sure to taste the broth to your liking. Add more salt and season if needed. You just made Khao Piak!


  • Use a spoon ladle and scoop some Khao Peak into a bowl.
  • You can now add your side garnishes.
  • Add shredded chicken, chopped green onions, chopped cilantro, and squeeze sliced lemon.
  • If you want a richer flavor, add siricha, fried chili oil, hoisin sauce, and fish sauce. Adjust to your taste. Your bowl of Khao Peak is set! Enjoy!

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