Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

This recipe is a mix of various recipes I have tried over the years, as I love all those Thai flavours.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine soy and garlic and marinate steak for at least 3 hours.
  2. Combine salad ingredients in two separate bowls.
  3. Combine dressing ingredients together, mix well, and put aside.
  4. Cook steak on grill or in pan until cooked to desired level.
  5. Slice steak into strips and place on top of salad.
  6. Drizzle over dressing.
  7. Enjoy!


Most Helpful

Very good. This was easy to put together and quite good. I doubled the dressing. I wasn't sure what "chili" was, so used sriracha which did give it a nice little kick. I love the flavor that fish sauce and lime gives to this salad. Thank you for posting, Susieq, this is a nice recipe.

Garlic Chick May 05, 2011

The dressing is to die for! I made a version of this salad to feed myself and two hungry men. The dressing got a massive thumbs up. I doubled the dressing recipe which was enough to cover 3 large salads on separate plates. I used whatever salad gear that I had in the fridge plus some sirloin steak. The dressing makes it though and this recipe has got it right!

Georgia.Boyd November 03, 2008

I had some left over roast beef which I sliced very thinly. I made up the dressing, sprinkled it over the sliced beef and warmed it in the microwave. Served it over a salad of shredded lettuce, finely sliced carrot and cucumber, diced celery and red capsicum - also drizzled with the dressing. The dressing was delicious but, being ultra-picky, just a tad too strong for our taste. I cut it back a bit by adding a few tablespoons of oil. I didn't have fresh coriander or mint, but used a heaped teaspoon each of the 'herb in a tube' variety. Next time, I think I'd cut the fish sauce back a little and maybe only use 1 tsp of the regular soy. But, all in all, a great dressing which I will definitely use over and over again! Thanks!

Kookaburra August 08, 2006

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