Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
- Joined Aug 1, 2018
A bit of work to make but so good. If you ever go to a Thai restaurant get a order to take home.
I kinda of just read few recipes and threw it together. I basically followed this recipe, https://inquiringchef.com/green-papaya-salad-som-tam/ but added 2 Tbsp dried shrimp chopped, cilantro and no beans and used monk fruit sweetener. Used 2 thai peppers but needed 3. Need a julienne peeler to make.Looks refreshing and delicious......but......need more details lol
You ever try this Jeff? I just tossed a green papaya. Forgot about it after buying. I love the flavors. Next week will be my last stop at 99 Ranch for sometime. Won't be making this long drive anymore. I tried putting couple of Diakon's in foodsaver bag to see if would last longer. I used one this weekend and smelled kind of funky. Guess that not going to work.Looks great. I read your link and it appears you can sub cabbage for the papaya. I will be trying this as part of a future meal. I’ll give you your shout out when I do! Thanks for sharing, love seeing things like this that are new to me.
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