Oscar Wilde said that to make a good salad you have to be a great diplomat because everything depends from the balance between the oil and vinegar.
Historically salads had a peripheral role on the table even though they were a part of it. This isn’t true only about our culture – it’s a worldwide phenomena. The first recipe book on salads was published ONLY by the end of the XIX century.
Today however, salad is a part of every meal. As a result, various styles of making them are traveling in people’s plates worldwide. Now we think much more about texture, color and taste but above all – health. The dit’ e nat’ Thai Salad seems to meet all the above requirements: green salad, mushrooms, carrots, tomatoes and sweet chilly sauce.
See you for lunch ♥