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Spicy Salad - Very popular spicy salad from northeastern of Thailand called

Very popular spicy salad from northeastern of Thailand called "Mu Nam Tok"
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 Spicy pork salad ingredients: pork tenderloin, sauce, lime juice, ground dried chillies, and vegetables Ingredients
250 g. pork tenderloin
2 shallots
2 green onions
4-5 sprigs cilantro
1/4 cup mint leaves
1 1/2 Tbsp lime juice
1 1/2 Tbsp thin soy sauce (or rish sauce)
2 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp ground dried chillies
1 Tbsp ground roasted rice

1. Preheat oven at 350° F. Clean pork tenderloin, pat dry, pierce with fork, put it on a rack, place a rack on a tray, then bake for 20 minutes.
Preparation for pork spicy salad: Clean pork tenderloin and bake at 350° F

2. Peel shallots, cut green onion and cilantro roots, cut mint stem, wash dirt, and pat dry. Finely slice shallots, coarsely slice green onion and cilantro, then pick only mint leaves from stems.
Preparation for spicy pork salad: Prepare vegetable, clean, slice shallot, green onion and cilantro, and pick mint leaves

3. Prepare spicy dressing by mixing lime juice, thin soy sauce (or fish sauce) sugar, and ground dried chillies in a mixing bowl. Taste for your own flavour. When the pork is done, cit it into thin strips about 1" wide.
Preparaton for spicy pork salad: Mix spicy dressing and cut roasted pork

4. In a large mixing bowl, mix sliced roasted pork with sliced shallots, green onion, cilantro, and 1/4 cup mint leaves, toss well. Then add spicy dressing and ground roasted rice, toss thoroughly.
Preparation for spicy pork salad: Mix roasted pork with prepare vegetable, spicy dressing, and ground roasted rice, toss thoroughly

5. Spoon the spicy pork salad onto a serving plate, sprinkle with the remaining mint leaves, then serve immediately with Steamed Glutinous Rice.

Spoon the spicy pork salad onto a plate, and sprinkle with mint leave

Tip: This recipe can substitute pork tenderloin for beef tenderloin.

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