Deliciously Healthy Yum Som-O Recipe From Kamalaya Wellness Sanctuary and Holistic Spa in Koh Samui, Thailand. Perfect for a quick summer dish.
Makes 1 portion
This healthy take on the Thai classic makes a light, refreshing meal that’s bursting with flavour. Pomelo is packed with immunity-boosting vitamin C as well as body-balancing potassium, whilst the zing of chili helps fire up your metabolism and reduces inflammation. Yum som-o makes a wonderfully fresh side dish or a light main meal.
Pomelo 100 g
Chicken mince 80 g
Shallot, sliced 5 g
Red chili, sliced 2 g
Kaffir lime leaf, sliced 1 g
Mint 1 g
Spring onion, sliced 2 g
Lime juice 1 lime
Fish sauce 5 ml
Palm sugar 5 g
Chili paste 5 g
Cucumber, sliced 3 pieces
Long bean 5 pieces
Coriander 1 g
1. Bring a saucepan of water to the boil, add in the chicken mince. Cook thoroughly, strain and leave to cool.
2. In a small bowl, add the chili paste, palm sugar, fish sauce, lime juice and chilies. Whisk together with a fork until the sugar dissolves into the mixture.
3. Put all the remaining ingredients together in a bowl, add the dressing and toss thoroughly.
4. Present the dish on a plate and garnish with cucumber, long beans and coriander.
Kamalaya is a multi award winning wellness sanctuary and holistic spa on the tropical southern coastline of Koh Samui offering inspired healthy cuisine alongside a choice of tailored wellness programmes including detox, weight loss, stress & burnout, sleep and personalised yoga.
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