This Thailand-style green apple salad is made with julienne Granny Smith apple, and a dressing that includes tamarind fruit, lime juice, toasted rice, coconut sugar, fresh spearmint, and a small pinch of hot chili. Try it for a fresh and light, delicious snack, or as part of a traditional Thai meal.
This version of our popular green mango salad is the type made in southern Thailand. We use crisp and sour green mango, combined with toasted coconut, dried shrimp, shallots, peanuts, and hot chili in a sweet and creamy coconut milk dressing.
Try this pineapple salad from Phuket in southern Thailand. It is packed with delicious fresh pineapple, shrimp, juicy chicken breast, toasted coconut, peanuts, green onion, and topped with crispy deep-fried shallots.
In fact there are many different types of som tum, including popular versions made with cucumber, green mango, cabbage, and more. This Spicy Fruit Som Tum turns an ordinary toss of fresh fruits into an amazingly delicious and very authentic Thai style salad. Try it, you'll love it!
Then you're sure to enjoy this green mango salad with shrimp. The green mango has a sweet but also slightly sour flavor, and a texture that is crisp and crunchy. When shredded it makes a perfect salad ingredient. We blend the mango with green onion, shallots, cilantro, and toasted nuts. The dressing has perfect balance of sweet, sour, and salty flavors. The overall taste sensation you'll get when eating a green mango salad is one that is crisp and clean.
Known in Thailand as Yum Woon Sen, it's got a terrific, clean, and fresh taste. The ingredients are quite easy to obtain, and it just takes a few minutes to put together as a beautiful lunch or as part of a meal. In addition to the noodles, this recipe includes juicy shrimp, ground pork, Chinese celery, mushrooms, onions, shallots, and hot chili.
Then try this recipe for Thai spicy seafood salad. It's loaded with plump and juicy shrimp, soft and flavorful squid, crunchy and aromatic lemongrass, and an array of so many other wonderful favors that we run out of adjectives to describe them. It just takes about 15 minutes to whip this up, and you simply must try it.
Mo Yang Nam Tok is a Thai meat salad made with grilled pork loin steak that has been thinly sliced. The Steak is heated with a little water, seasonings, ground rice, and herbs to make a thick salad dressing. We mix in a whole lot of fresh mint, cilantro, shallots and green onion to make a delicious salad.
One Thai food group that is often overlooked by westerners is salad. Of course most of you are familiar with Som Tom, our delicious green Papaya Salad, but did you know that we have a delicious minced meat salad call Larb?