Monday, July 9, 2012

Spicy Thai salad recipe-Spicy Vietnamese sausage salad

Another spicy Thai salad recipe or “yam”-spicy Vietnamese sausage salad or "Yam Mu Yor". Vietnamese sausage or "Mu Yor" is the  food that had been introduced into Thai cuisine by Vietnamese community in the northeastern of Thailand. Its tastes can get along so good with many Thai dishes. If you cannot find Vietnamese sausage, you can use cocktail sausage.
Spicy Thai salad recipe -Spicy Vietnamese sausage salad
Spicy Vietnamese sausage salad

200 g. Vietnamese sausage, slice
1 Onion, sliced
1 Tomato, sliced
2 Celery, roughly chopped
2 Spring onion, roughly chopped
15 cloves garlic, chopped
¼ ts. Sugar
2 tbs. Lime juice
1½ tbs. Fish sauce

15 Bird’s eye chili, chopped
  1. Mix the dressing by adding sugar with lime juice, fish sauce, garlic, and bird’s eye chili.
  2. Steamed the sliced sausage for 2-3 minutes (you can boil the sausage instead of steaming)
  3. Mix sausage with onion, tomato, spring onion, celery, and the dressing.
You can eat this spicy thai salad recipe with rice or eat as food eaten with alcoholic drinks. Yummy!

Lime juice is the ingredient that use a lot in Thai cuisine. I will be frank to you that I use fresh lime juice most of the time. If you cannot find fresh lime, an OJ lime juice powder may be your option. I used it once or twice during my time abroad. Just add water and stir. Its taste close to real lime juice. By the way, if you can find a lot of cheap fresh lime, I will give you a trick. Just squeeze the juice and keep it in a freezer so you can have lime juice anytime you want. Some of my friends do this because lime is a seasonal fruit and the price vary a lot. I also add below a link to a lime juice squeezer which made from aluminum with high standard safety for your cooking comfort.  


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