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Thursday, March 20, 2008

Noodle Jelly Salad [Yum-Wun-Saen] (ยำวุ้นเส้น)

Noodle Jelly Salad


1. Noodle jelly 130 grams

2. Shrimp peeled, deveined 200 grams

3. Pork chopped, well cooked 80 grams

4. Jelly Mushroom 1/2 cup

5. Peanut roasted 1/2 cup

6. Lettuce (for decorative) 1 piece

7. Bird chit beaten slightly 20 pieces

8. Fresh green onion leaves, cilantro, and cellery mixed 1 piece each

Salad juice recipes

1. Fish sauce 3 tablespoons

2. White sugar 2 teaspoons

3. Lemon juice 3 teaspoons


1. Soak noodle jelly until soft and drained, scald in boiling water until soft, remove into cold water, set for a while, and drained.

2 Heat water until boiling, scald shrimp and mushroom until cooked, set aside.

3. Mix all salad juice until well combined.

4. Mix noodle jelly, shrimp, mushroom, salad juice until welll combined. Sprinkle with peanut, green onion leave, cilantro. Serve with fresh vegetables.


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