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Som Tum

Green papaya salad "Som Tum" is loved throughout SE Asia in various forms, and we are pleased to present this sidewalk chef video demonstration of how you can make it the authentic way, with every important step revealed. After watching the video, see our recipe for Som Tum.
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ImportFood.com products used in this recipe:

Fresh green papaya
Clay mortar and wood pestle
Large stainless spoon/ladle
Dried shrimp
Thai fruit knife and peeler
Palm sugar
MSG
Fresh Thai chile peppers
Fish sauce

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March 1st, 2009 6:21 PM

Lydia Williams Wright said:

Thank you! This video was fantastic! I am trying to lose weight and want to add other healthy cuisines to my diet. I went to the Asian market today and the shredded green papaya looked quite appetizing. I asked another shopper, who was an Asian woman, how to make the salad. She gave me almost the identical recipe in your video. She suggested I use shrimp paste, fish sauce and a powdered Thai Salad Dressing Mix (Som Tum), but the recipe on the package did not give the measurements for the amount of lime juice or sugar. Nevertheless, I will just have to learn how to perfect this recipe. Thanks again. Your videos are extremely helpful in my quest to find healthy recipes to add to my diet.

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