Thank God Blogger has finally gotten its act together! I was a bit stressed that I couldn't log in my blog the whole day yesterday. Anyway, back to business.
Welcome to "Meatless Fridays"... on a Saturday. Haha!
This recipe is a popular one in the Epperson household. It's light, tasty, refreshing and super easy to make (very minimal cooking)! I usually pack this for Aryanna's lunch box meal and it's one of the dishes we take to picnics. The ingredients are low-maintenance; all you need to do is to keep them cool and it would last throughout the day.
I'm going to a BBQ later so I'm thinking of bringing this salad as my potluck dish for everyone to try, plus, it's always polite to bring something special for the hosts.
Century Tuna Thai Salad
|1 can of Century Tuna in Brine, drained|
|1 medium pack glass noodles or vermicelli noodles|
|Clockwise: 1 1/2 tbsp tamari sauce (or any low-sodium soy sauce), 1 tbsp. Chinese rice wine or rice wine vinegar, 2 tbsp fish sauce, 1 tbsp sesame oil|
|Step 3: Once the noodles are cooked, drain and soak in ice cold water.|
|Optional: Garnish with dried chili for presentation|
|You can drizzle the dressing directly onto your salad or serve it on the side. |
Tip: Don't pour the entire dressing on your salad. Add according to your taste. Also always serve the salad cold.
|The perfect summer bite! So refreshing!|
I can't rave enough about this salad as it is delish! The beauty of it all, it's low maintenance but "high" in flavors!
Bring this to your next potluck party or picnic or as a lunch box meal. It's healthy, filling, and yummy!
Happy weekend everyone!
Shoppingero/shoppingera, what's keeping you cool and refreshed this summer?