Hoi Lai Pad Ped is a Thai dish made of stir-fried clams with Thai sweet basil, called "Bai Ho Ra Pha" and roasted chili paste.

Hoi Lai Pad Ped is one of the typical stir-fried dishes cooked and found in Thailand.

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