Thai Cabbage SaladSubmitted by: ANDREANESSLY
IntroductionDelicious and quick Delicious and quick
5 cups cabbage, fresh, chopped
2 cups carrots, raw, grated
1 cup green peppers (bell peppers), cut into thin strips
1/4 cup cider vinegar or rice vinegar
3 tbsp Thai chili sauce
1 tbsp soy sauce
1 tbsp pepper, red or cayenne
1/2 cup peanuts, oil-roasted, chopped
Cut green peppers into thin strips.
Add ingredients above to a large bowl.
Mix vinegar (you can use cider or rice vinegar), chili sauce, soy sauce and hot pepper in small bowl.
Pour over chopped veggies.
Chop peanuts-place in separate bowl.
Divide salad into 5 servings and sprinkle chopped peanuts evenly over salads.
Number of Servings: 5
Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user ANDREANESSLY.
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I made it with only a teaspoon of cayenne, because a tablespoon seemed like it'd be too spicy on top of the chili sauce (may depend which chili sauce you use). Could have put in more, as it didn't reach mouth tingling spiciness. Adding 1/2 can tuna to the leftover salad makes a great lunch. - 4/12/12
I love it. It's making my nose run, but that's what I love about Thai food anyway. I went a little light on the red pepper because of the chili oil (I think I used something different than the chili sauce you called for.) It's pretty spicy but that's how I like it. I'm having it w/dice chicken. - 1/28/08