Thai Beef Salad

by Arnaud Mesureur October 23, 2017 1 min read

Thai Beef Salad

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300g Rump Steak, seared and pan roasted rare

1 tbsp mint leaves

1 tbsp Coriander Leave

1 Stalk lean grass sliced thin (tender part only)

1 Large Shallot, thinly sliced

200g Mixed salad leaves

 

Dressing

6 kaffir lime leaves

4 cloves garlic finely chopped

5 smallgreen chillies, deseeded and sliced

1 tbsp, fish sauce

2tbsp Lime  juice

2 tsp palm sugar

Fresh red chilli shreds and coriander leaves for garnish

Pound garlic and chillies in a mortar

Add fish sauce, sugar and lime juice. Stir until well blended adding the lime leaf shreds to the dressing.

Slice beef into thin strips and combine with the sliced shallot, lemon grass, mint, coriander and mixed salad leaves. 

Pour over dressing, tossing lightly and set out on a serving platter garnishing with chilli shreds and additional coriander leaves



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