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Green Papaya Salad

January/February 2007, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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This Thai-inspired salad makes use of the papayas that grow throughout Hawaii. This version is tossed with tender, sweet pea shoots. Make an extra batch of the vinaigrette to keep on hand in the refrigerator—use it as a marinade for vegetables, a flavorful dressing for fresh melon or as a sauce to splash over grilled fish or chicken.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I made this with chicken fajitas and calabacitas and this was not something any of the 4 adults living in my home enjoyed at all. I would not make this again. "
Green Papaya Salad

5 Reviews for Green Papaya Salad

05/16/2013
Anonymous
UMMMMM

Loved it. Just like eating out.

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05/16/2013
Anonymous
UMMMMM

Loved it. Just like eating out.

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05/16/2013
Anonymous
UMMMMM

Loved it. Just like eating out.

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01/15/2012
Anonymous
sweet, spicy, awesome salad!

this is almost my favorite food ever. i would definitely tweak the sauce to your own tastes (a small amount of vinegar will make the flavors pop) but you really have to be adventurous and go for it. this is such a crunchy, fresh, easy to make (though somewhat time consuming) recipe, not to be missed!

unique, low fat, fresh
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Anonymous wrote 1 year 27 weeks ago

YES, you are right;o)...

YES, you are right;o)... Green Papaya Salad is so delicious, the best salad to eat with grilled meat. Yummmy. Love it.

04/19/2010
Anonymous

I made this with chicken fajitas and calabacitas and this was not something any of the 4 adults living in my home enjoyed at all. I would not make this again.

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 30 weeks ago

Honestly, why would you make

Honestly, why would you make this with fajitas? It's 2 totally different types of cuisine.

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