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Get Ready To Be Addicted To Cambodian Salad

Get Ready To Be Addicted To Cambodian Salad

Sweet and sour, fresh and light and literally bursting with flavor, this delicious salad – courtesy of the stunning seaside restaurant at Song Saa Private Island in Cambodia – is a delightful Khmer version of the spicier Thai salad.

A crunchy texture tops off the experience, transporting you to the peaceful tropics before you know it (https://songsaa.com).


Salad IngredientsQty
Green Papaya, julienne2 pc
Large Carrot, julienne1 pc
Red Capsicum, julienne½ pc
Yellow Capsicum, julienne½ pc
Green Capsicum, julienne½ pc
Red Tomato, seeded, sliced2 pc
Basil, springs20 grams
Mint, springs20 grams
Peanut, roasted, crushed100 grams
Dressing Mixture
Garlic, chopped1 Tbsp.
Shallot, chopped2 Tbsp.
Coriander, chopped1 Tbsp.
Bird eye chill, chopped1 pc
Palm sugar2 Tbsp.
Boiled water3 Tbsp
Fish sauce/ soy sauce (vegetarian)5 Tbsp.
Sweet chill sauce3 Tbsp.
Fresh lime juice5 Tbsp.
Sea salt1 Tsp

Method: 1-    Into a non-stick pan, place raw peanuts and toast on low heat until properly cooked and brown in color. Move to cool and remove the skin. Crush the peanuts into small pieces.

2-    Julienne the green papaya, capsicums, carrot and keep to one side. Red tomatoes are then seeded and thinly sliced. Proportions should be approximately 2x papaya julienne to 1x peppers, carrots and tomato julienne.

3-    Extremely fine-chop the garlic, shallots, coriander, and chili together.

4-    In a stainless steel bowl, mix palm sugar and boiling water to melt in the sugar. Add the fish sauce, lime juice, sweet chili sauce and salt. Mix well.

5-    Add the chopped ingredients and stir well.

6-    Place the salad ingredients in another stainless steel bowl and pour the dressing slowly, ensure it’s well dispersed.

7-    Serve cold and garnish with roasted peanuts.

(Yield: 4 portions)

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