Glass noodles Spicy Salad
This is a Thai classic starter or Thai side dish. Traditionally we call it ” Yum Woon Sen”. This dish is a mouth watering dish. It ‘s kinda healthy and simple to make. Let’s get started.
Good For:Lunch & Dinner
About this Recipe
By: Cherie Jones
‘Yum Woon Sen’ Prawns and minced pork glass noodles spicy salad. Simple and easy spicy salad for lunch or supper. This mouth watering dish will give the satisfaction of flavour explosion when you eat it.
Prawns and minced pork Glass noodles spicy salad – Ingredients
- 50 Grams Dry glass noodles
- 200 grams Raw prawns or cooked prawns
- 100 grams minced pork
- 2 Tablespoons Fish Sauce (If you are not the big fan, use only 1/2 or 1 teaspoon)
- 1/2 teaspoons salt (You can add more, if you don’t like fish sauce)
- 3 Tablespoons Fresh Lime Juice
- 3 tablespoons Sugar
- 3 tablespoons Warm water
- 4-5 Chopped Red Eye Chillies ( Actually upto you, You can put 1 or 2, if you can’t eat spicy or you can choose not to put it)
- 1 tablespoon Roasted peanuts
- 1 Shallots or 1/2 Red onion or 1/2 Brown onion
- 4-5 pieces Cucumber chopped to quarter
- 5-6 Cherry Tomatoes
- Some Coriander leaves ( Up to you)
- Dried Shrimps (If you want to)
- Chinese Celery leaves (If you have)
Step by Step Instructions
Poach our meats: cook minced pork and prawns ( No need to do this, if you use cooked prawn) in boiling water. Remove them out from boiling water when they just cook, don’t leave them too long otherwise,prawns will shrink and minced pork will be tough. Take them out and put them aside
cook a pack of glass noodles (50 grams) in boiling/hot water for 2-3 minutes until they are soft. Leave them aside.
Make Yum sauce by adding same amount of fish sauce, lime juice, sugar and warm water. I used two-three tablespoons each for 200 grams of prawns and 100 grams of minced pork. Add some chillies (up to your taste). Mix them together.
assemble our prawns + minced pork, glass noodles, yum sauce in the same bowl. Add tomatoes, coriander, cucumbers, shallots or red onions, and toasted peanuts. Toss them together in a big salad bowl.
It’s done and yummy.