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from Neversink, NY 4-5 tomatoes, de-seeded and sliced 1 T turmeric and garlic oil 1 small onion, sliced very thin and rinsed in cold water 1 T sesame seeds, toasted ½ c cabbage, shredded very finely 1 lime juice ½ c peanuts, chopped 1 bunch coriander (cilantro) roughly chopped salt or fish sauce to taste Method: Prepare all the ingredients and toss them together with your clean hands at the last moment possible before serving. Fresh green chilis can also be added for those who love spiciness. This salad makes a nice base for many other salads. I have successfully added avocados, chicken, blanched broccoli and green beans. More or less cabbage can be added depending on your needs. A very nutritious salad with the sesame seeds and peanuts providing extra protein and fat. Absolutely delicious. Green tomatoes can be substituted for ripe ones for a Shan-style salad.

Burmese Tomato Salad


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keyword: burmese
keyword: tomato
keyword: salad
ethnicity: australian/south pacific
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(posted July 11, 2007)

from Neversink, NY

4-5 tomatoes, de-seeded and sliced
1 T
turmeric and garlic oil
1 small
onion, sliced very thin and rinsed in cold water
1 T sesame seeds, toasted
½ c
cabbage, shredded very finely
1
lime juice
½ c peanuts, chopped
1 bunch
coriander (cilantro) roughly chopped
salt or
fish sauce to taste

Method:
Prepare all the ingredients and toss them together with your
clean hands at the last moment possible before serving. Fresh green chilis can also be added for those who love spiciness. This salad makes a nice base for many other salads. I have successfully added avocados, chicken, blanched broccoli and green beans. More or less cabbage can be added depending on your needs. A very nutritious salad with the sesame seeds and peanuts providing extra protein and fat. Absolutely delicious. Green tomatoes can be substituted for ripe ones for a Shan-style salad.



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