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Spicy Thai Grilled Beef Salad - Yam Nuea Recipe

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Spicy Thai salads ยำเนื้อ are one of Thailand's most popular dishes and available all over Thailand, from street stalls to restaurants in 5 star hotels.
Traditionally the beef would be grilled over a fire to a medium rare and then sliced ready for preparation, many places still do it this way, the reason for this is Thai beef is quite tough when well done, nowadays with beef being imported to Thailand and better farming techniques there is far more choices of cuts and quality.
For this dish any meat can be used including chicken, pork or shrimp just to name a few, a popular dish in Thailand's seaside resorts is Yam Talay, seafood salad, this can consist of chunks of fish, squid, prawns, crab or whatever may have been caught that day.

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More Yam Recipes

* Yam Nuea Video Recipe.
* Thai Spicy Chicken Recipe.

Ingredients for Spicy Beef Salad Yam Nuea

* 300 grams of beef or whatever meat you wish
* green onion or spring onion sliced
* 1 small cucumber sliced
* 2 tomatoes sliced
* chillies to taste sliced
* 2 tablespoons fish sauce
* 2 tablespoons lime juice or lemon juice
* small amount of sugar if you wish

Preparing Yam Nuea

* Grill, BBQ or fry the beef to medium rare, or if you have a good quality cut of beef then to whatever your liking is.
* Once the beef is cooked stand to one side and prepare the rest of the ingredients.
* Slice beef into small strips, place all ingredients into a bowl and mix up, your yam nuea is now ready to serve.
* Another quick way of preparing the beef is to slice it raw, put a couple of tablespoons of water in a pan and heat it up, place the meat in and stir so it doesn't stick to the pan until cooked.
* Serve with sticky rice and enjoy.

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