Thai Steak Salad

  • snoopy66 Posted: 03/16/09
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    I made the dressing and steak as directed. Very easy and quick. Served with edamame on the side. The spice and flavor was full, but lime overpowered the dish. Needed something else to round this out - probably oil, but of course that would change the calorie/fat content. I used spinach instead of watercress since I had it on hand and the salad flavors were great, but again overpowered by the dressing. I might try to work with the dressing - less lime juice, maybe add a teaspoon of oil and rice wine vinegar. Even beef broth or chicken broth might work.

  • dburge Posted: 08/04/09
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    This recipe was the most interesting to try. I would class it as exotic as it has flavors normally unknown to my palette. The flank steak was very good, but if you haven't ate watercress before, it is a new experience. It did not rate a 5 for me, but try it once.

  • rstarrlemaitre Posted: 08/09/12
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    This is an exciting dish for the palate - a totally different and amazing blend of flavors. Tingly on the tongue from the chile paste, funky from the fish sauce, super fresh mint and basil, savory/peppery beef, and the crunch of the peanuts to top it all off. So refreshing.

  • ChefAmandaLynn Posted: 06/04/13
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    Dressing was outstanding, I will make it again. With the watercress and other herbs the "salad" is very light.

  • monicascobee Posted: 04/17/14
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    Was a really good recipe. my boyfriend and I devoured the steak. We found the marinade/dressing a little strong for both, so we just cut it in half and just used it for marinade. Delicious!


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