Yum Woon Sen - Thai Glass Noodle Salad | Vegan

Yum Woon Sen - Thai Glass Noodle Salad | Vegan

Yum Woon Sen with Copra's Coconut Meat
Ingredients

  • 2 oz sliced carrot
  • 2 oz sliced green tomatoes
  • 2 oz thinly sliced red onion
  • 2 oz sliced Copra’s organic coconut meat
  • 2 oz coriander
  • 2 oz asian celery
  • 1 portion glass noodles
  • 2 oz lime juice
  • 1 oz Copra’s coconut aminos
  • 1 oz Copra’s organic coconut nectar
  • 1 clove of garlic *minced
  • 2 red Thai chilies
  • 2 bird’s eye chilies


Carrot
Cutting Tool

Instructions

Step 1. Cut all your ingredients into similar size pieces. In Thailand it’s common to used a slicing tool to cut carrots, green papaya and other fruits and veggies into strings, but you can also you a mandolin or carefully cut it by hand.
Step 2. Add your dried glass noodle to a large bowl then cover it with hot water. Cover with a lid and let it soften for about 8 minutes.
Step 3. Drain and wash your noodles.
Step 4. With the help of scissors cut your noodles into smaller pieces.
Step 5. Add the red onion, minced garlic, tomatoes, coconut meat, carrot, asian celery and coriander to the chopped noodles.
Step 6. Add your coconut aminos, coconut nectar and lime juice. Mix it well, making sure the noodles and veggies are fully saturated by the sauce.
Step 7. Enjoy it with a side of long beans and more fresh herbs.


Vegan Yum Woon Sen
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Ivy is a recipe developer and media producer based in Bangkok, Thailand. She uses the local cuisine, tropical ingredients and all year around gorgeous weather as inspiration to create the most vibrant, delicious and healthy dishes.

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