Thai Beef Salad - Thermomix Recipes from Steph

Thai Beef Salad

Recipe by Tenina http://tenina.com/2009/11/if-at-first-you-dont-suceed-thai-thai-again/

 Marinade

55g Tamari or soy sauce

55g fish sauce

50g honey

Juice ½ orange

Juice 1 lime

Handful coriander leaves

Handful mint leaves

1 small chilli (deseeded if desired, for more heat leave seeds in)

2 large cloves garlic

3cm piece peeled ginger

Method

Place all ingredients into Thermomix bowl and mix for 10 seconds on speed 8. Drizzle over meat and leave for around 3-4 hours if possible.

Dressing:

Juice 1 lime

25g Tamari or soy sauce

Juice ½ orange

2tbsp sesame oil

20g fish sauce

1 small chilli (deseeded if desired, for more heat leave seeds in)

2 large cloves garlic

3cm piece peeled ginger

Few coriander leaves

Few mint leaves

Method

Without washing bowl after making marinade, place all ingredients into Thermomix bowl and blend for 10 seconds on speed 8. Set aside until assembling the salad.

Salad :

100-150g Asian vermicelli noodles

400-500g rump steak cut in strips

2 tbsp olive oil

200g sliced mushrooms

3 diced tomatoes

½ thinly sliced red onion

1 ruby grapefruit peeled and segmented

Few sprigs mint/coriander

Mixed salad greens of choice

Method

Place vermicelli noodles into insulated bowl and cover with boiling water.

Drain marinade from beef strips and set aside. Place olive oil into Thermomix bowl and heat for 2 minutes at Varoma temperature on speed 2.

Place beef strips into Thermomix bowl and cook for 5 minutes at Varoma temperature on Reverse + speed soft.

Meanwhile, assemble the remaining salad ingredients on large platter.

Drain noodles and toss with about half the dressing.

Place dressed noodles on top of the salad, add beef and drizzle with remaining dressing. Serve immediately.

1 Comment »

  1. avatar Vanessa Howes Says:

    That was delicious. I am on day 5 of experimenting with my new thermomix and this was a winner with both my husband and I.

    I only had pork fillets in the freezer but did exactly the same as for the beef. Probably the only thing I could have done a bit better was to cook the pork for 1 minute or so less. Obviously cooks quicker than the beef.

    I also cut down on the chilli component as we don’t like it too hot.

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