Chargrilled beef is served with crisp lettuce, cucumber and cherry tomatoes dressed in a Thai-inspired dressing. Fantastic sunny day food.
I came up with this as I was trying to use things I had on hand. I have fresh dill growing on my balcony, which was the key inspiration for this gorgeous version of chicken salad.
Serve on lettuce leaves or use in sandwiches. Then stand back and enjoy the compliments!
This is a home version of the spicy chicken salad you'd get down at your local Thai restaurant.
This is a simple Asian style salad that can be made as a main meal or as an appetizer. If you do not have the time to make the sauce your favourite store bought sauce can be substituted.
This tuna salad combines all of my husband's favourite flavours....olives, pickles, onions, garlic, mustard, eggs etc. This is no ordinary tuna sandwich! Make it the night before so the flavours develop and you'll have hearty, flavoursome sandwiches to take to work the next day.
This mouth-watering fruit and vegetable salad combines the flavours of sweet, salty, sour and spicy. Usually found at hawker stalls, it's great for snacking.
This a fun warm salad, both to make and to eat. This has all the components we like about Thai food - crispy, salty, spicy and sour!
This is a Lao dish using fermented crab, shrimp and fish to give the salad a pungent urgency. This version of som tam is only for the adventurous.
A street food classic, to be eaten with sticky rice. If you can find one, papaya shredders are inexpensive and very effective.