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Ping Sin Nam Tok – Laotian Grilled Waterfall Beef Salad

This wonderful South East Asian salad is based on the famous Laos salad Larb. Found all over Laos, larb is their national dish. Created by the Laos people and eaten both in their native country and neighbouring Thailand this salad is hot, spicy and incredibly tasty. This version uses sliced beef instead of larb’s minced meat. Called waterfall beef due to the juices running out of the medium/rare beef when cut.

Ping Sin Nam Tok - Laotian Grilled Waterfall Beef Salad
This wonderful South East Asian salad is based on the famous Laos salad Larb. Found all over Laos, larb is their national dish. Created by the Laos people and eaten both in their native country and neighbouring Thailand this salad is hot, spicy and incredibly tasty. This version uses sliced beef instead of larb’s minced meat. Called waterfall beef due to the juices running out of the medium/rare beef when cut.
Ingredients
  • 1 medium sized rump steak
For dressing
  • juice of 5 limes
  • 8 tablespoons water
  • 8 tablespoons fish sauce
  • 1 heaped tablespoon caster sugar
  • bunch coriander (both leaf and lower stem)
  • 1 bunch mint leaves
  • 4 cloves garlic, finely chopped
  • 4 green chillis, finely chopped
For salad
  • This is a general salad but feel free to just add or take away any ingredients
  • Lettuce
  • Mushrooms, cut in half and then sliced into strips
  • Fresh mint leaves
  • Fresh coriander leaves
Instructions
  1. Combine all the dressing ingredients in a bowl and leave to stand in the fridge for 30 minutes.
  2. Heat some oil in a pan until it is very hot and flash fry the steak, searing only the outside. Slice the steak very finely and place in a shallow dish. Cover in the marinade. This is why you can use cheap steak cuts - the lime juice in the marinade will "cook" the inside, making it very tender, while the outside was seared to keep in the flavour.
  3. While this is soaking prepare the salad by combining the ingredients. It is mostly up to you how strong you want the mint/coriander flavours to be. Pour over the meat and marinade and mix it all together.

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