Savory Summer Salad from Israeli Chef Alon Lysy

Enjoy a fresh salad from Thai cuisine with a flavorful Israeli twist.

By ASHLEY O'BRIEN
July 20, 2017 13:31
2 minute read.
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Fresh organic vegetable set of tomatoes dill and onion on white kitchen table. (photo credit: INGIMAGE)

 
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Israeli Chef Alon Lysy is back with a new recipe perfect for hot summer days. As a gourmet chef, entrepreneur, and private caterer, Chef Lysy has a fresh, unique, and eclectic tasting menu that he is sharing exclusively with JPost readers.

He previously shared his sweet and romantic Strawberry Caramel Tart dessert, a favorite to serve for relaxing summer nights. This new recipe features a colorful and refreshing salad to enjoy during these sunny and warm summer days, and the perfect way to impress guests with a unique and exotic dish.

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For Booking
Email: Lysychef@gmail.com
Phone: +972 050-9774412
Facebook: Lysy Gourmet Cooking


Sum Tam (Green Papaya Salad)

A fresh salad from Thai cuisine with a flavorful Israeli twist.

 

סלט סום טאם- פפאיה ירוקה, שרי, בוטנים, כוסבר נענע ורוטב שעושה עוד!

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 Ingredients:
- 1 green papaya
- 30 cherry tomatoes
- 1 bundle of fresh coriander
- 2/3 cup salted peanuts
- 3/4 cups fish sauce
- 2/3 cup sugar
- 1/2 cup lime juice
- 2 garlic claws
- 1 big green chili

For the Salad:
1. Peel the papaya, take out the seeds
2. Cut into thin thin strips (approx. 1/10 of an inch) with a sharp knife or vegetable cutter
3. Slice 20 cherry tomatoes in half
4. Break the nuts into small pieces
5. Chop the fresh coriander

For the Sauce:
1. In a mixer pour the fish sauce, lime juice, sugar, garlic, 10 cherry tomatoes and the green chili.
2. Mix for a minute to receive a unified mixture

To Serve:
1. In a large mixing bowl put the cut cherry tomatoes, and the green papaya strips
2. Mix with 3/4 cup of the sauce
3. Place the salad in a serving bowl
4. Add the peanuts and chopped coriander on top



For Booking
Email: Lysychef@gmail.com
Phone: +972 050-9774412
Facebook: Lysy Gourmet Cooking


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