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Friday, July 23, 2010

Thai Pasta Salad

Perfect for summer...a chilled pasta salad
with lots of spicy heat.
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Thai Pasta Salad
1 lb angel hair pasta, cooked and cooled
2-3 c cooked, shredded chicken
2 c shredded cabbage mix
1/2 c peanut sauce
2 T honey
3 T lime juice
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Whisk peanut sauce, honey and juice
together and pour over the rest.
Mix well and chill.

42 comments:

  1. I will be making this...YUM...I can just taste it! Thanks :D

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  2. that is my all time favorite! Think I can pass it off as a "dessert" at a family reunion? (we were asked to bring desserts)
    Thanks for visiting my blog.
    Great photo!
    Dianne

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  3. Dianne ~ weeeelll...it could be a main dish or a salad, but dessert? haha. I'm sure they won't disown you if you bring it. :)

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  4. woot! i love some thai spice...we will try this betsy!

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  5. Yummy! Have to add that to my list to make!

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  6. I'm going to try this recipe at the first opportunity. I love cold salads in the summer.

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  7. Looks so good.I like a cold salad in the summertime.I will jot this down, thanks for sharing!

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  8. I'll have to try this one. It looks much easier than my usual Thai noodle recipe.

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  9. Kathy ~ and if you buy a fully cooked rotisserie chicken, it's even easier!

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  10. Oh I wish I could handle "spicy"...my stomach just doesn't do well with it. But it looks so good, and I'm sure my hubby would love it!!! I hate being Plane Jane when it comes to spicy!!!!!

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  11. This really sounds good and EASY. That's my kind of recipe...thanks for sharing. Thai is my favorite!
    Hope your summer is going well...one week closer to the school countdown.

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  12. What an awesome recipe...I was craving these flavors tonight and found a box of Hot and Sour Soup mix in the pantry...first time I have ever made it....I was ooohing and aaaahing after every bite!
    (and yes, I would adopt you and your 5 men in a heartbeat)

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  13. Served chilled? That's new to me.

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  14. Millierunner ~ yes, serve it cold. :)

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  15. Mmmm, I love Thai salads. I'm copying your recipe.

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  16. Oh, yum. I am going to have to try this!

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  17. Hmmm... Put some roasted peanuts in it and you'd have chilled Pad Thai. Not bad; I might do this when my current stir fry finally gets eaten up.

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  18. Chilled and hot and spicey? yummmm. Perfect for summer indeed.

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  19. Now that looks delicious... and spicy certainly never hurts! (And I wouldn't even care if I'm not "supposed" to eat it.)

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  20. This sounds yummo and so simple! Thank you!

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  21. Mmmmmm...spicy :P Th' hotter...er colder...er hotter th' better, heh.

    Off to market ;)

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  22. Sounds so very fitting a light summer dinner. My parents are arriving for a week long visit tomorrow and I was thinking of making pasta; perhaps i will try your recipe.
    Love your new header.;))
    Have a lovely Friday,
    xoxo

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  23. hi Betsy, my two man have a gluten free diet but we could try gluten free pasta, it sounds delicious and the picture got me salivating :-) have a wonderful week end!

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  24. I have become frightened of Thai food... though this does not appear too scary. I might actually like it.

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  25. Mmm....yum! I make something similar to this with edamame and lots of green onions.

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  26. Martha ~ the peanut sauce is very spicy hot!

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  27. My February experience with Thai food left me... um... bewildered?

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  28. Sounds yummy! I will have to make this next week when Son is gone and won't be there to complain. lol

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  29. Martha ~ uh oh, sounds like there's a story behind that comment! ha.

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  30. this just went in my recipe box
    :-)

    YUM !!!

    kary and teddy
    xxx

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  31. Roy pointed me to your recipe...it looks wonderful! I'm trying this one.

    Sue

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  32. I doubt Baby would appreciate the cabbage...

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  33. This looks so good! Making me crave Thai for sure! Have an awesome weekend!

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  35. It was real Thai food made by real Thai people at my FIL's funeral. (His wife is Thai.) They make food very spicy, but I think what really threw me off was the Durian fruit. I have never smelled anything so bad in my life. Okay well, maybe I have but it definitely wasn't to eat!

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  36. Martha ~ oh dear! Well, if you like heat as in hot salsa, you would like this pasta dish. I've never heard of that fruit, but thanks for the warning! ha.

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  37. Sounds yummy and I love anything Thai, so wil be making this sometime soon.

    Thanks, Betsy!

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  38. This looks delicious.... can't wait to try it! Thanks for posting :)

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