Submitted by brittanybullen on January 22, 2010 - 8:02pm
This is a lot like my thai coleslaw, but is a great example of how a difference sauce can make an entirely different dish.
Submitted by brittanybullen on January 22, 2010 - 8:01pm
You could make this with any kind of sauce you like. This sauce is "Thai" because it contains a lot of classic Thai flavors, but you could modify it to taste however you want!
Submitted by mandolyn08 on October 9, 2009 - 1:23am
Try this and be in love with raw food again. Seriously, it's that good. Based on a wrap filling I buy from the fabulous Santa Cruz, CA-based Cafe la Vie at my farmer's market. It's great wrapped in a collard leaf, eaten on top of greens, or lumped on the spines of romaine lettuce leaves, even all by itself it's perfect! All measurements are roughly on point, but adjust based on what you have and what taste you want to achieve. Spicy? More cayenne. Sweet? More sweetener. Carrots coming out your ears? Use more carrots than the other ingredients. You get the picture. Esp important in the dressing. Play with the measurements and taste until you're smiling, oohing and ahhing.
Submitted by vabeachcg on July 27, 2009 - 1:45pm
Servings:enough for one person....trust, you will want to chug it!
this is a great breakfast complement, and perfect for a warm summer day!
Submitted by Catbird on July 10, 2009 - 9:46am
Servings:2 - 4
This salad is made with three simple ingredients and is loaded with flavor. It makes a great side dish...even my non-Raw friends love this salad.