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Thai Salads

Selection of salads tossed in hot and sour dressing with Thai herbs, spring onions and corianda.

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18. Beef Salad   £ 6.95


This beef salad recipe offers a feast of flavors and textures with every bite! This salad is based on the famous "Waterfall Beef" dish in Thailand, so called because of the splashing sound of juices falling on a hot grill. The beef is lightly grilled or oven-broiled, sliced thinly, then served with a mixture of salad greens and fresh papaya along with a special Thai dressing. Serve as the main course for a nutritious and oh-so-delicious dinner that's naturally high in protein and low in carbs. ENJOY!






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19. Squid Salad   £ 6.95


Tasty Thai salad combines squid, lime juice, sweet onions, carrots, lettuce, mint, and cilantro.








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20. Chicken Salad   £ 6.50

 


This Thai Grilled Chicken Salad with lemongrass -Coriander Dressing will thrill your taste buds! It starts with strips of chicken breast marinated in a garlic-pepper sauce. The chicken is then either grilled on your barbecue or "oven barbecued" using the grill feature on your oven. Place over a bed of summer greens that has been tossed in a lemongrass-coriander-lime dressing, top with a sprinkling of fresh basil, and you have a complete meal that is so Thai-delicious, you'll want to make it your number one salad this season!





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21. King Prawn Salad   £ 7.50


 

 

 





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22. Clear Noodle Salad   £ 5.95

 

 

Thai glass noodle salad or "Yum Woo Sen" is one of full flavored Thai salads that are considered as low carb food due to low calorie ingredients used in the recipe. Thai people like this Thai salad as to maintain regular weight and health too.

When glass noodle is cooked, it is clear and transparent. It is also known as bean threads, cellophane noodles, crystal noodles or "Woon Sen" in Thai. It can be made from various types of starch such as mung bean, potato, corn, peas or cassava starches and water.

 

 

 


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