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Nuea Nam Tok Thai Spicy Grilled Beef Salad

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Nam Tok น้ำตก or spicy Thai salad originated in Isaan the North Eastern part of Thailand and is now popular all over the world, in taste and preparation it is quite similar to laab and Yam.
It traditionally was made using beef but can also be made with chicken or pork, for this recipe we used beef.
น้ำตก or nam tok in Thai means waterfall, this is in reference to the meat being BBQued and the fat dripping onto the hot coals.

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Nuea Nam Tok Ingredients

* 200 grams of beef (or pork or chicken)
* 3 chilli peppers chopped (can use dried chilli powder)
* 1 shallot/Asian red onion chopped
* 1 spring onion chopped
* 1/2 tablespoon of dried chili
* 1 tablespoons lime juice (or lemon juice)
* 1 1/2 tablespoons fish sauce
* 2 tablespoons uncooked rice
* A few leaves of Chinese parsley chopped for garnish
* some green beans for garnish
* some mint leaves for garnish

Making your Nam Tok

* Traditionally the beef would be put on the BBQ to medium rare and then thinly sliced, nowadays it is generally sliced and then cooked in the wok or pan with a couple of spoons of water and oil.
* Heat wok or pan high, add 2 tablespoons of oil and roast 2 tablespoons of uncooked rice, when done with mortar and pestle give it a pounding.
* in the wok or pan cook the beef to medium rare adding a spoon or 2 of water.
* add lime juice, fish sauce, chilli powder, chilli, mix well and taste test.
* take off heat and add pounded rice, spring onion, Chinese parsley, mint and sliced shallot
* serve with sticky rice or boiled Thai jasmine rice with side dish of vegetables.


NB;
Chinese Parsley is also known as cellender, Chinese coriander, cilantro and coriander, here you can learn how to Grow Coriander.

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