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Ceviche Prawns In Nahm Yum Dressing

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20 min

Preparation time

20 min

Cooking time

2

Serves

This flavour-packed salad in the ultimate cohesion of Salty, sweet, spicy and savoury flavours! Serve with a side with your curry,  we have it a simple summer dish! This is a favourite in the Thai Taste team! This recipe was created by Thai street-food chef, Sebby Holmes of Farang, London.

Ingredients

  • Nahm Jim Dressing:

  • 4 Garlic Cloves.
  • 5 Birds Eye Chillies.
  • Course Sea Salt.
  • 1 tbsp of Thai Taste Palm Sugar.
  • 2 Limes.
  • 2 Mandarins.
  • 3 tbsp Thai Taste Fish Sauce.
  • 1 tbsp Thai Taste Tamarind paste.
  • Coriander Root (optional)
  • Salad:

  • 150g King prawns.
  • 1 bunch Fresh Coriander Leaves.
  • 1 x bunch Fresh Mint.
  • 1 x Pomelo (or large Grapefruit)
  • 1 x Green Mango (or Granny Smith Apple)
  • 1 x Sliced Ginger Root.

Steps for cooking

    First, prepare the Nahm Jim Dressing:

  • 1.Using a pestle and mortar, bruise the garlic cloves one garlic clove at a time. If you also have coriander root you can add it here.
  • 2.Add in the birds-eye chillies and some coarse sea salt to act as an abrasive and pound.
  • 3.Next, add the palm sugar, the juice of the limes & mandarins, stir to mix.
  • 4.Add fish sauce and tamarind paste. Keep mixing in the pestle and mortar until it is all combined.
  • Time to taste, if too sweet add more chillies and if too spicy add more palm sugar.

    For the Ceviche Prawn salad:

  • 1. Slice the King prawns in half (this will make the ceviche process quicker!). Place the halved prawns in a bowl and pure over half of the Nahm Jim Dressing.
  • 2. The prawns are cooked when they go opaque (this should be around 3 mins).
  • 3. In another bowl add the pomelo, sliced ginger, coriander, mint, and the king prawns
  • 4. Pour over the remaining Nahm Jim dressing and garnish with fresh chillies and some wheels of mandarin.

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Heat:

Vegetarian:

Gluten Free:

Central

Hot

No

Yes

Chef’s Tips

Substitute the prawns for in-season fruits and vegetables for a new and refreshing flavour each time!

Did you know?

Lemongrass adds that sweet citrus scent and intense lemon flavour that we know and love about Thai food.

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