Yum Gai (Thai Chicken Salad). Spicy Grilled Chicken Salad (Thai Food) – Yum Gai Yang ยำไก่ย่าง This recipe is for people who love grilled chicken but want more spicy taste. This simple chopped Thai chicken salad has incredible flavors – peanut, lime, soy, chili, cilantro. The flavors in this dreamboat Thai chicken salad are going to rock your face off.
In Thailand, pork or beef are also used. Larb gai is best served while the chicken is still hot from the pan and the greens are cold, though you can also serve it with rice. A key ingredient is fresh mint. You can have Yum Gai (Thai Chicken Salad) using 14 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Yum Gai (Thai Chicken Salad)
- You need 2 cups of water.
- You need 1/4 tsp of salt.
- It’s 500 gr of boneless, skinless chicken breast.
- It’s 1 of tomato, cut into wedges.
- Prepare 1 of small cucumber, thinly sliced.
- It’s 8 of lettuce leaves.
- You need 1 of red onion, thinly sliced.
- It’s 8 of cilantro stalks and leaves, minced.
- Prepare of For the dressing:.
- It’s 2 of birds eye chili peppers, thinly sliced.
- It’s 3 tbs of fish sauce.
- It’s 3 tbs of lime juice.
- Prepare 1 tsp of granulated sugar.
- Prepare 1 tbs of water.
A thai chicken salad with big flavours! This is about as far as you can get from bland, boring salads. I'm a huge fan of Asian salads because they are typically much lighter and fresher than many Western ones, and the dressings pack a great flavour punch. This recipe is inspired by the Larb Gai at Summer Summer Thai Eatery in Emeryville, California.
Yum Gai (Thai Chicken Salad) instructions
- Heat water and salt until boiling. Poach the chicken meat until cooked. Remove from the heat. Set aside to cool..
- Shred the chicken into thin strips. In a big bowl, mix all dressing ingredients until well combined..
- Add tomato, cucumber, red onion, and cilantro. Mix well..
- Line a serving plater with lettuce and shredded chicken. Pour the salad mixture on top. Serve immediately..
- Note: You can skip the birds eye chili pepper if you don’t like spicy. Refrigerate lettuce and dressing mixture before serving. Serve cold. It’s crunchier and fresher. 😋😋😋.
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