Green Salad with Thai Dressing

Green Salad with Thai Dressing

4 reviews, 3.4 star(s). 100% would make again

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"I switched from fish sauce to soy sauce and it worked well. My husband doesn't like fish sauce."


Roasted Peanuts; Chopped
Rice vinegar
Peanut butter
Green Onions; sliced thin
Lime; Fresh Squeezed
Brown sugar
Mixed Salad Greens
Peanut oil
fresh cilantro; Chopped
Thai Fish Sauce; see note *
Fresh Red Thai; Chopped

Original recipe makes 1



Essentially, this is just a peanutty vinagrette dressing that I made in the food processor. I added the liquid ingredients first, until it looked like the right mix of oil to acidic liquids (rice vinegar and lime juice). Then I added the rest of the ingredients and processed for a few seconds. From there I just went by appearance and taste, adding more liquid or peanut butter to get the right consistency, and more of each of the other ingredients for other various characteristics-- sweetness, saltiness, acidity, spiciness. We served the salad dressing on the side with the salad, and provided extra chopped peanuts, cilantro, and green onions to let people add their own to taste. *Available at some Asian market

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I did my best on the amounts and we really liked it. Be careful on the fish sauce as it can get overpowering very easily. We had this with Pad Thai and they went well together.
jlburgart 3y ago

I dont consider a list of ingredients with no amounts to be an actual recipe. Sounds like it might taste good if you happened to guess the right amounts of each ingredient. If you dont take the time to at least come up with estimated amounts, you shouldnt post. I really would like to try this combination of ingredients for a dressing and hope that the author of this recipe will edit to include some amounts.
Lesliebham 4y ago

I switched from fish sauce to soy sauce and it worked well. My husband doesn't like fish sauce.
salt2lite541 7y ago

Quick to make and delicious. This one's a real winner!
promfh 9y ago

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