Crayfish glass noodles salad. Cover and leave aside for three minutes to soften then drain in a colander and rinse with cold water. Watermelon is rich in potassium, which regulates the water balance in our body. It also contains lycopene, an antioxidant that protects our cells from free radicals and thus reduces the risk of cancer.
I adore this light and fresh crayfish salad. Buy the freshest, finest ingredients you can – this dish is all about fresh flavours. Add the noodles, crayfish and herbs and dress just before serving. You can cook Crayfish glass noodles salad using 9 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Crayfish glass noodles salad
- It’s 200 gm of glass noodles.
- You need 50 gm of chopped red chili.
- It’s 100 gm of slices red onion.
- It’s 50 gm of chopped coriander.
- You need 100 gm of pumpkin seeds.
- You need 100 ml of lemon juice/ white wine vinegar.
- It’s 3 tablespoon of honey.
- Prepare 1/2 tablespoon of salt.
- It’s 300 gm of boiled crayfish (handpeel).
If you have no fresh mint, add a tablespoon of mint sauce instead. A classic salad you can find in most restaurants in Thailand. Very easy to make, can be served at room temperature–perfect for a summer picnic or potluck! Glass noodle salad has wonderfully bright flavours with lots of refreshing crunchy vegetables.
Crayfish glass noodles salad step by step
- Put in glass noodles in the boiled water for 5min and strain out water put aside in a big bowl ready to use..
- Peel the shell of the cooked crayfish and keep the hummer aside for decoration..
- Add in the rest ingredients into the glass noodles bowl, mixed well..
- The last add in the crayfish ontop the glass noodles salad and the hummer around the bowl. Then ready to served..
I guarantee it will become a favourite salad! Many people don't know that glass noodles are actually made from mung bean starch. In Thailand they are considered to be good for those trying to lose. Drain and cut noodles into desired length. Photo: Danielle Wood. by Áine Carlin.