Thai Chicken & Glass Noodle Salad with Chilli Lime Dressing

 

When the hubby hates coriander so you make a coriander packed thai noodle salad all for yourself!

Coriander is one of those herbs that you either love to love or hate to hate. With quite a few people giving it a bad wrap over the years, there is even a Facebook page setup just for coriander haters can you believe. Unfortunately the debate will stand the test of time so for the coriander lovers out there this is a light and tasty salad with a perfectly balanced dressing of hot, salty, sweet & sour exactly what the Thai do best.

[recipe-title=”Thai Chicken & Glass Noodle Salad with Chilli Lime Dressing]

250g glass noodles / vermicelli

400g chicken breast  shredded

1/2 small cabbage shredded

1/4 cup coriander leaves roughly chopped

3 green onions sliced

2 tbs roasted peanuts roughy chopped

Chilli Lime Dressing

2 small chillis finely chopped

2 cloves garlic crushed

1/4 cup fish sauce

1/4 cup lime juice (around 2-3 limes)

1 tbsp honey

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Directions

  1. To make dressing  place all the ingedients into a jar and shake well. Set a side
  2. In a bowl place noodles and fill with boiling water set a side for 10-15mins. Then drain and run under cold water.
  3. Place noodles, cabbage, coriander, green onions, peanuts and chicken in a bowl pour over the dressing and using your hands toss well.
  4. Top with extra coriander leaves

Tip: If taking for work lunch leave the salad undressed and take it separately.

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