Thai-Style Beef Salad

"Crunchy, crisp, spicy & refreshing in hot weather. Make the dressing earlier in the day to let the flavors meld - then light the grill, slice the veggies & dinner is on! We put the helpful guests to work slicing veggies while the meat grills!"
 
Thai-Style Beef Salad created by Charmie777
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  • Mix dressing ingredients (first 10 items) and chill several hours to let flavors develop.
  • Grill beef on medium hot grill until medium-rare or until your preferred degree of doneness. We have a range of eaters - rare to medium-well done & slice accordingly. Thinly slice across the grain.
  • Plate salad family style & let each person choose slices of beff to place on top of salad. Serve with dressing on the side so each my take as much as he/she wants.
  • May present with jasmine rice or hot naan bread.
  • Use sriracha sauce (hot red chili) on the side if you would like more heat.
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  1. BrownSugarChef
    I've tried several Thai beef salads on Zaar, and this is definitely my favorite - I think the addition of mae ploy does it for me. The only change I make is subbing shredded cabbage for the bean sprouts (BF's preference). I also use sliced cherry tomatoes. Thanks for posting!
     
  2. iris5555
    I let the meat marinate for about 8 hours and was rewarded with the most flavorful beef. I used romaine rather than the bean sprouts as well. I just squirted a little sriracha on top and had a great meal.
     
  3. Charmie777
    Thai-Style Beef Salad Created by Charmie777
  4. Charmie777
    This was very good. My DH, who loves Thai food, said it was very good! I used flank steak, seasoned with just salt and pepper. I left out the cucumber and sprouts and used romaine lettuce instead. Thanks!
     
  5. Charmie777
    This was very good. My DH, who loves Thai food, said it was very good! I used flank steak, seasoned with just salt and pepper. I left out the cucumber and sprouts and used romaine lettuce instead. Thanks!
     
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