Papaya Salad Recipe

About: This is a traditional Thai salad, highlighting fresh, fragrant, and bold flavors.

Recipe Info

Restaurant: Street Side Thai Kitchen | San Diego

Servings: 2
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cuisine: Thai
Meal Type: Lunch
Main Ingredient: papayas
Dish Type: Salad
Cooking Method: No Cook
Season/Occasion: Any Occasion
Dificulty: Easy
Vegetarian: Yes

Directions

Recipe

 

Authentic Thai Style (a clay mortar, wooden pestle and a spatula are required)

1. Put Thai chili and garlic in the mortar.  Crush them with the pestle.

2. Add green beans and cherry tomatoes (cut half).  Pound a few times just to bruise the beans and get the juice from the tomatoes.

3. Add peanut, crush it roughly. Then add shredded papaya and carrot.

4. Add the fish sauce, palm sugar, and lime juice in the mortar.  Use the pestle and spatula to push all the ingredients together.

5. Mix it well, then put it on the plate.Put dried shrimp on top if you like.

 


Recipe Note:

 

Alternative way (Blender can be used)

1. Put chili, garlic, fish sauce, palm sugar, and lime juice in the blender. Blend it well.  Set aside.

2. Put shredded papaya and carrot in a mixing bowl, then add the dressing.

3. Crush the peanut, add it in the bowl.  Mix all ingredient together.

4. Top it with dried shrimp if you like.

 

Ingredients

1.5 C. Green Papaya, shredded 1/2 C. Carrot, shredded 4 each Cherry Tomatoes 4 each Green Beans 3 each Thai Chili Peppers (medium spicy) 1 each Garlic Clove 2 Tbsp. Fish Sauce 2 Tbsp. Palm Sugar 3 Tbsp. Lime Juice 2 Tbsp. Toasted Peanut (optional) 1 Tbsp. Dried Shrimp (optional)

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