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Friday, March 29th, 2013

Som Tam30b. Green Papaya Salad or ‘Som Tam’

Som Tam, one of the most popular Thai dishes, is a spicy Salad made from shredded un-ripened papaya. Som tam is derived from a traditional dish in Laos called Tam Mang Hung. The dish combines the four main tastes of Thai cuisine: sour lime, hot chillies, fish sauce and sweetness added by palm sugar. In Thailand, it is customary that a customer asks the preparer to make the dish suited to his or her tastes. Som tam is often served with sticky rice and grilled chicken. It is also sometimes served over rice noodles and raw vegetables to mitigate the spiciness of the dish, or simply as a snack by itself with crispy pork rinds.

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Friday, March 29th, 2013

Yam Woon Sen29b. Glass Noodles Salad or ‘Yam Wun Sen’

A very healthy dish, low in fat, no cholesterol, its introduced to individuals who wish to lost weight. You can choose any meat you like to put in your salad. However, it is best with seafood, minced pork, and minced chicken.

Can be made with veggies / chicken / pork / beef / seafood

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Friday, March 29th, 2013

28b. Minced Meat salad or ‘Laab’

Laab is similar to Nam Tok but using minced meat instead of steak and different preparation.

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Friday, March 29th, 2013

Grilled Beef Spicy Salad27b. Spicy Grilled Steak Salad or ‘Nam Tok’

Can be made with beef or pork. The meat can be well done, medium, or rare depending how you like it. Sirloin is best for this dish but for sure you still can choose whichever parts that you like. Mix with Thai herbs, mint, spring onion, and chillies make it very fresh taste.

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