Watch Luke as he prepares one of Lao dishes, Luang Prabang Salad. You’ll need the following ingredients to make this delicious and healthy Lao Salad: 4 hard-boiled eggs 1 bunch watercress, leaves picked 10 iceberg lettuce leaves, torn 1 handful coriander (cilantro) leaves, torn 1 handful celery leaves or mint leaves 1 Lebanese (short) cucumber, [...]
Luke Nguyen’s Greater Mekong Recipe: Thai Green papaya salad Watch Luke as he prepares one of his all time favourite Thai dishes, Green papaya salad.
How to make Lao Papaya Salad by JadaNunu.
How to make Korean Angel Noodle Salad, a recipe by aeriskitchen. Ingredients 2 Cups Seaweed Jelly Noodles 1/8 Carrot 1/4 Onion 1/3 Cucumber 5 to 6 Tbsp Mayonnaise 1 Tbsp Vinegar 2 Tbsp Sugar ½ tsp Salt Yield: 1 Quart Please view the entire video for complete instructions.
How to make Thai Papaya Salad or Som Tam, a video recipe by Thai Foodcast.
1 clove of garlic
2 chili peppers or adjust accordingly
¼ cup roasted peanuts
½ cup tomatoes
½ cup green beans
2 tablespoons lime juice
2 tablespoons palm sugar
2 tablespoons of fish sauce
2 cups of shredded green papaya
Please view the video for complete instructions.
A video recipe on how to make Vietnamese Green Papaya Salad from SBS Food Safari show.
1 green (unripe) papaya
Vietnamese mint, shredded
Deep fried eschallots
Cooked prawns, halved
Cooked pork belly, sliced
¼ cup fish sauce
¼ cup white vinegar
¼ cup water
¼ cup light soy sauce
½ cup white sugar
Large rice crackers
Fresh chilli, sliced
Beef jerky and crushed nuts, to garnish
How to make Beef Salad, from SBS Food Safari show. Recipe by Chef Khamtane Signavong, Arun Thai Restaurant in Sydney, Australia.
In North Eastern Thailand beef is traditionally cooked over charcoal and it is the juices running off it that give this dish its name, which literally means “waterfall beef”. The tender beef strips are spiked with spicy, pungent flavours and served with a cooling salad of cucumber, lettuce, mint and a little fresh chilli. The Thai way to eat this is with your hands, gathering up all the ingredients so you have a taste of everything in each bite.
300g piece sirloin or rump steak
3 tbsp fish sauce
3½ tbsp fresh lime juice
1 tsp palm sugar
1 tbsp finely chopped coriander
2 spring onions, finely sliced
2 shallots, finely sliced
Handful of mint leaves
2 tsp toasted ground rice
½ tsp chilli powder
1. Barbecue or grill the steak, ideally to medium-rare on a heavy based pan with no oil, and slice carefully into thin strips.
2. Mix the fish sauce, lime juice and palm sugar together in a bowl until the sugar has dissolved then add the beef strips. Add the coriander, spring onions, shallots, mint leaves, ground rice and chilli powder and mix well.
To serve, assemble the salad on a plate and serve with the sliced beef.
Tip: To make toasted ground rice put 1/3 cup of jasmine rice and 2 kaffir lime leaves and a stalk of lemongrass into a large flat pan and toast over high heat until the rice turns golden brown, keeping the ingredients moving constantly to stop burning.
Making som tam in Thailand. Follow the recipe, Issan style:
Start with shredded young green papaya. Add spicy thai chillies, garlic, tomatoes, citrus, MSG and fish sauce (± Nam Pha) to taste. To make it “Issan, or Laos Style” add the fermented fish juice (± P-laa), and mix it all together in a mortar and pestle. Eat with sticky rice, if you like, and enjoy.
A video recipe by Yen, how to make snow white chicken salad.
How to make papaya salad from Thai Food Tonight Cooking TV show with Dim and Cathy Geefay.