Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Thai Style Beef Salad


























I love a fabulous, main dish salad with lots of goodies. There's nothing I like more for dinner when the weather warms up a bit.  Here's a wonderful recipe from Emerils cookbook At The Grill.  I picked this book up last summer and have been enjoy trying these new recipes.  This has been, by far, the family fav so far! The main change I've made to this recipe is to really make the herbs a larger player in the dish. I love how wonderfully fresh they make it!

This recipe is at my new site. Hope to see you there :) I've posted a lot of new things.

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18 comments:

  1. Sounds like the perfect summer meal...yum!

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  2. Sounds delicious! Do you think I could find rice powder? I don't have a coffee grinder.

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  3. Emily, I'm not sure about finding already prepared rice powder. Sorry!!!

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  4. This sounds delicious and perfect for summer. The rice powder is such an interesting idea! I bet you could grind it in a food processor if you didn't have a coffee grinder. Thanks as always for the great recipes and tips.

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  5. It looks fresh and delicious. Perfect for summer!

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  6. I am with you..my salads have to full of different things and textures. Looks perfect
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  7. This looks great. I love Thai flavors.

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  8. I'm a big fan of Emeril recipes

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  10. I love main dish salads - cilantro and mint sounds like such a great, refreshing combo!

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  11. Awesome, something else that will use up some of that pesky mint growing in my front yard. I can't use it up fast enough. Fortunately I love thai food!

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  12. I'm loving this, Kathleen. Someone I used to know would take leftover grilled steak and make a divine salad the next day. It wasn't as gorgeous as this, but it reminded me. Will be trying this out this summer!

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  13. Now this is a salad that looks very filling. We luv us some beef!

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  14. sometimes salads fall flat for me at dinner... i am left hungry and unsatisfied... clearly i havent had this salad!

    it looks amazing!

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  15. Thanks for visiting my blog! I love your dishes. It is so funny that I just made a Thai beef salad 2 nights ago too! Looks so delicious.

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  16. Love the list of ingredients here and want to try this one out! Sounds flavorful and I believe the beef part would win Grumpy over. I just won't tell him it is an Emeril recipe. ;)

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  17. This is a sad representation. I've been living in Thailand for a couple years and it looks nowhere near what "Nam Dtok" really is. Important ingredients such as Tamarind sauce and crushed roasted rice grains are not even in this recipe. Disappointed.

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  18. This looks soo good! I love me some Thai Beef Salad! I will have to try this one. thanks :)

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