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Magical Thai Tamarind Salad

Easy Thai in no time

2 - 4

Serves

15 mins

Prep Time

10 mins

Cook Time

Jenny's Kitchen Tamarind Chutney

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Jenny's Kitchen Tamarind Chutney

Take whatever you have in the fridge, plus a few key ingredients and we will transport you to Thailand in a couple of quick and easy steps. Magic!

A few key ingredients create the flavours of a Thai salad. But what you make the salad with is up to you. You can make this with left over BBQ steak or whatever protein you like. As for the salad component... we've suggested some options, so just shop your fridge for salad goodness.

This recipe is courtesy of jennyskitchen.co.nz

Take whatever you have in the fridge, plus a few key ingredients and we will transport you to Thailand in a couple of quick and easy steps. Magic! A few key ingredients create the flavours of a Thai salad. But what you make the salad with is up to you. You can make this with left over BBQ steak, or whatever protein you like. As for the salad component... just shop your fridge for salad goodness.

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High Protein

High Iron

Low Carb

Ingredients

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500g Quality Mark beef steaks

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cooked and sliced

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2 Tbsp Jenny's Kitchen Tamarind Chutney

Dressing

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1 Tbsp sweet chili sauce

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2-4 Tbsp lemon juice

or lime juice

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1 garlic clove

minced

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1-2 tsp fish sauce

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cucumber

Salad Ingredient Ideas

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cucumber

peeled into ribbons, cut into sticks or diced

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tomato

cut into wedges or diced

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lettuce

shredded or roughly chopped

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spring onion

finely chopped

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carrot

shredded into ribbons or grated

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avocado

cut into wedges or diced

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mung bean sprouts

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sweet corn kernels

Optional Extras

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roasted unsalted peanuts

chopped

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rice noodles

cooked and cooled

Method

For Salad

1

Toss half of the chutney through the protein, reserving the rest for the dressing.

2

Mix the remaining chutney with the dressing ingredients, excluding the herbs and chilli.

3

Place the salad ingredients in a flat dish and toss through the dressing.

4

Place protein over the top of the salad and sprinkle with coriander, mint, fresh chilli and peanuts or crispy noodles if you're using them..

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Nutrition Information per Serving (412g)

Percentage daily intakes are based on an average adult diet of 8700 kJ (2100 kilocalories).

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Energy

1579 kJ (377 kcal)

Protein

39.8g

Total Fat

13.9g

Saturated Fat

3.3g

Carbs

18.7g

Sugars

15.2g

Sodium

479mg

Iron*

4.3mg

* Percentage of recommended daily intake (Aust/NZ)