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Thai Beef Salad

September/October 1991, EatingWell Serves Two

Your rating: None Average: 4.8 (12 votes)

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"This is by far the best Thai receipe I have ever had!! The flavors were incredible and it tasted better than many restaurants I have been too. Bonus that it is healthy. I did forget to put the peanuts on top, but it didn't seem to...
Thai Beef Salad

6 Reviews for Thai Beef Salad

01/08/2013
Quick and delicious

We used really thinly sliced sirloin, which I think is essential. The flavors worked great together, slightly reminded me of pho in salad form.

Quick, easy, flavorful
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08/11/2012
Thai Beef Salad

Cut up lots of lettuce and mix it all together.

Full of flavor. Quick and easy to make once you cut everything up in advance.
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07/05/2012
Anonymous
Very tasty

Be sure to cut the meat really thin and don't overcook. I combined the cooked meat and the cooked sauce together and the added it to a mixed salad (spinach and char). Will make again just as is!

Easy to make
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06/19/2010

This is by far the best Thai receipe I have ever had!! The flavors were incredible and it tasted better than many restaurants I have been too. Bonus that it is healthy. I did forget to put the peanuts on top, but it didn't seem to matter. It was delicious and I highly recommend this dish. If you don't like spicy dishes, I would go easy or omit the serrano peppers. Also used red/green leaf lettuce rather than the iceberg. Can't wait to make this for my finance again.

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04/05/2010
Anonymous

This is super delicious. I made mine with leftover steak and it was so delicious I thought about licking my plate! The combination of flavors: savory/sweet/salty/spicy with the cool crunch of the iceberg lettuce is just perfect!! This is a new favorite.

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