Sausage Salad
Sausage Salad
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I had this at a wedding party yesterday, 27 Feb 2018. This was the only dish that contained packaged items, like Vietnamese sausage, hot dogs, crab sticks, and squid rolls. Squid rolls are essentially a crab stick but are tubular shaped, but squid flavored. The dish in the photo also has chilies in it, when I prepare this, I will use much less chili. No servings or quantities are given until I make this, I am just winging this for now.
Sausage Salad
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Rating: 5
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I had this at a wedding party yesterday, 27 Feb 2018. This was the only dish that contained packaged items, like Vietnamese sausage, hot dogs, crab sticks, and squid rolls. Squid rolls are essentially a crab stick but are tubular shaped, but squid flavored. The dish in the photo also has chilies in it, when I prepare this, I will use much less chili. No servings or quantities are given until I make this, I am just winging this for now.
Ingredients
For the Dressing
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Cut the Vietnamese sausage (Cha Lua plain, and Cha Hue for peppered) in half lengthwise, then thinly slice each half. A mix of regular and pepper varieties would work well.
  2. Slice the hot dogs thinly at an angle. (Just a note, the shorter hot dogs tend to have the casings removed.)
  3. Slice the imitation crab into 1/2 inch pieces and the squid into 1/4 inch pieces.
  4. Cut the onion in half from top to bottom, then thinly slice each half.
  5. Finely slice then chop the carrot. Safe bet would be to cut the carrot into 2 inch pieces, julienne, then cut the stack in half.
  6. For the mushrooms, if using white ear variety, blanch that for a few minutes, drain and let cool down. Your choice of fresh mushrooms, buttons sliced, Shimeji chopped, Shiitake sliced with the stem removed would also be nice.
  7. For the tomatoes, cut in half and remove the seedy pulp then slice.
  8. Seed and finely chop one Bird's Eye chili.
  9. Place the prepared meats and veggies in a large mixing bowl and toss to combine. Splash with some soy sauce and a couple of tablespoons of lime juice. Toss together until all is coated well. (Keep in mind, my photo shows a very large pot, this is at a wedding so a lot of chow was made, but this was delicious! I will make this on a much smaller scale than what this photo shows.)
  10. Serve as a side dish with any Thai dish.
Recipe Notes

I will price then when I gather up all the supplies for this.

Inspired by seeing this dish at a party.
Thailand.

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