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Som Tam Laos (Laos Papaya Salad)

Zone Northeast

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Som Tam Laos (Laos Papaya Salad)

Background

Som Tam Laos is a papaya salad adapted from Laos, the menu varies up to each community. The main ingredient is the fermented fish and papaya. The difference named called is to differentiate between Thai and Laos papaya salad.  Formerly is known as “Tam Mak Hung.”

 

Nutrition Facts

Som Tam Laos contains mineral from various vegetables and ingredients. The papaya enzyme, is a useful digestive aid. Lime juice, tomatoes and chilies are high in Vitamin C. Thai garlic help increase the growth of tissue and protein from the fermented fish prevent the formation of Saturated fat or cholesterol.

 

Ingredients

  • 120 grams cup shredded green papaya
  • 30 grams cherry tomatoes cut in half
  • 10 grams ripe olive
  • 25 grams long bean sliced in small chunks
  • 8 bird eye chilies
  • 5 grams cloves of garlic
  • 1 tablespoon lime juice
  • ½ tablespoon fish sauce
  • 1 tablespoon boiled fermented fish

 

 

 

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