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I loved this salad!! Instead of using Kecap Manis (which I am not completely sure what that is) I just mixed equal amounts of brown sugar and soy sauce and it came out perfect!! I also added a little rice vinegar to my liking. It was a good change from ordinary salad.
Delicious!!! I didn't add the chilli oil as I didn't have any and only a few drops of the sesame oil. Added some red pepper & cashew nuts to the salad and some brown sugar to the dressing to balance the salty fish sauce. Just the perfect salad for a summer evening.
Delicious! I made it just the way the recipe requested (doubling the sauce) and served over rice noodles. It was fabulous! It's refreshing to serve something that everyone is wondering when we'll have it again. Thanks for the terrific recipe.
This was super delicious. I used half the fish sauce and substituted 1TB soy sauce 1 scant TB brown sugar for the kecap manis. Used eye of chuck which is similar to ribeye and pan fried in a very hot cast iron skillet. Very yummy!
I thought this recipe was too salty. I made the recipe as written. I even had the kecap manis in my cabinet. There was no balance of flavors just too much salt. If I make it again (maybe) I would decrease the fish sauce and increase the Kecap Manis. I would even add a little chili-garlic sauce for a little heat.
Wonderful salad that's very similar to what we typically have in Thai restaurants. I didn't have any cilantro and used parsley instead. It was still good but I think the cilantro would have made it even better. Added sambal oelek (an Indonesian chilli sauce) and chilli flakes for an even spicier taste. Yummy!
This was SOOOO GOOD! I might cut back on the sesame oil a little next time but just for my taste preference. I did add a little sugar to the dressing as I like my Asian food pretty sweet. I served this over some chopped iceberg lettuce to make it more of a salad and served a side of white rice as well. I highly recommend this recipe!
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