This is everything you could possibly want in a salad. Quick and easy to prepare. Cheap. Great taste and light and crunchy. A perfect summer side in every way. Made and enjoyed for Aussie / Kiwi Swap Feb 2013. PS: Coriander. I LOVE it.
excellent fresh and tasty salad. served with steak. left out the coriander (hate it)
loved the dressing!, doubled the lime juice. made for Aussie swap January 2013
Excellent, excellent salad! This has the perfect amount of crunch and the dressing was amazing. It was put together in minutes, which is even more amazing! Thanks Peggy! Made for Aussie Swap :)
A lovely salad that we all enjoyed. I pared my cucumbers into ribbons like Rinshinomori did as I thought that looked good otherwise, made is as posted and that was very simple to do!
Very fresh and vibrant tasting Southern Asian style salad that should really go well with bbq and other heavier offerings. I did not have sweet chili sauce and subbed sriraccha sauce and it was delicious and simple to make. Thanks Peggy for posting this!
YUM! This is one that I will make over and over! We love cucumbers and love bean sprouts so it was impossible to pass up this recipe! It was wonderful! Crispy, crunchy and a perfect accompaniment to a heavier stir fry that I made during the same meal. It reminds of an accompaniment to a dish you would recieve in a 5 star restaurant! GREAT! Thanks Leggy Peggy.
Wow! That's about the only word I can find to describe this salad. So amazingly simple and full of flavor. I did use sesame oil in place of peanut oil since that was what I had on hand, but otherwise the recipe needed no tweaking at all. A wonderful combination of flavors that I highly recommend served alongside pan-seared tuna steaks - my husband and I had a very elegant and romantic meal for two thanks to this recipe! It's definitely a keeper in our book.
This doesn't only look good but it tastes terrific! The dressing is lovely. I added about 1/2 cup of rocket with the other herbs. I made the dressing up early in the morning to allow the flavour to develop but i certainly didn't need too. I loved the look on the diner's faces when they tasted the dressing. Once tasted never forgotten it seems. I'm always looking for different salads and this one will be a definate keeper and used often.
this is by far the best salad i've ever had. and sooo easy, even I can make it (and that means something, trust me). It is even worth traveling half the globe for!!! now, Let's hope the dressig will be as nice as the original when I make it. peggy, now all I need is the chicken curry recipe and I'm the happiest belgian alive :-)