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LAY HO LAY HO! I must warn you up front that this salad is incredibly delicious and extremely addictive. You may be tempted to enjoy this by itself or on a burger or in a taco. Join me in this episode and learn how to make a refreshingly crunchy green papaya salad recipe today!
1 medium green papaya
25g Thai basil
small piece ginger
1 Fuji apple
2 cups cherry tomatoes
2 pieces garlic
2 green chili peppers
1 red chili pepper
1/3 cup rice vinegar
2 tbsp maple syrup
2 1/2 tbsp soy sauce
1 cup peanuts
1. Peel the green papaya. Hold the papaya in one hand and the knife in the other. Then, very carefully and continuously chop at the papaya making lots of cuts (wear a non-cut glove if possible)
2. Carefully slice down the papaya making rustic looking shreds. Roll around the papaya and repeat until you see the inner seeds peeking through
3. Add the Thai basil and mint to the papaya. Very thinly slice the ginger and apple into matchsticks and add to the salad. Thinly slice the cherry tomatoes and add to the salad
4. Finely chop the garlic and chili peppers. Place them into a bowl along with the juice of 1 lime, rice vinegar, maple syrup, and soy sauce. Mix to combine
5. Pour the dressing onto the salad and mix to combine
6. Heat up a frying pan to medium heat and add in the peanuts. Toast for 4-5min. Then, transfer to a pestle and mortar. Coarsely crush the peanuts
7. Plate the salad and sprinkle some peanuts on top
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Hong Kong born Canadian, Wil Yeung is an international photographer, filmmaker, entrepreneur, violinist, and YouTube chef. He immigrated to Canada when he was a young boy carrying with him his ability to speak Cantonese and some broken English. Much of his culinary aspirations stem from his background in the visual and musical art spaces. Whether you’re plant based or plant based curious, Wil believes that learning how to make food can really change your life and of those around you.
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Greetings from India. I prepared this salad using your receipe and it came out amazing. Just added grapes in it. Thnkx for such an amazing receipe
Made this tonight and as usual 10/10 chef! The whole family has been converted into raw pawpaw lovers 😆
Rating = Scrum-didily-umptious!
One of my favorite dishes in thai quisine. Tried to make it with carrot and sour apple (coz i got no green papaya here at home)), it was quite ok))
Trying this today 🙌🏽
overall concept is good but slightly different than the real salad. i dont think soy sauce is needed to the real salad and if you dont use the mortar and pestle, it's just isnt the same taste
My coworker from Thailand, she made great papaya salad 🤤 Thanks for sharing ❤❤❤
Everything is done with so much care, attention
Can I get the recipe pls written😊
I simply Love whatever youever you make. So much learning from you.
thai ppl pls look away if you dont want to get a heart attack.
Mint and Apple… must be something new
Hi Wil, one of the best vegan version papaya salad i have ever had. I made this salad yesterday for lunch and everyone just loved it. We had folks asking for more . Thank you for sharing the recipe 😊
I love you cooking style❤
I'll omit the ginger, soy sauce, basil & mint. Palm sugar instead of maple syrup & use Himalayan salt & tamarind.
This salad is beautiful. Definitely will try.
Thanks for all sharing recipe 👍
That is lovely
Looks delicious! Love the fresh mint too. I would NOT use a knife to shred the papaya as I don't have superb knife skills like you! I would use a julienne peeler like this https://youtu.be/7rqY4pSwzmw
no shrimp or cilantro or sesame oil for extra finesse and pow??!!! what happened?
Are guys kidding me? This is not authentic papaya salad. It may be your version of it but it honestly looks like shit. Soy sauce? Maple syrup? Wtf!?? It supposed to be fish sauce and palm sugar. Apples? Wtf?! I guess if you’re selling this to westerns then maybe you can fool them. 3 peppers? Words of my uncle roger. “Use the right amount, not the white amount.” Don’t bring that shit near me.
I’m so glad I found your channel! Kudos on this recipe and your mode of delivery! This recipe is wonderful, and I’m so excited about trying your other recipes. Thank you so much!
Can replace maple syrup with jaggery or molasses
can i add the green peel to the salad ??
Wow I will definitely looking forward to trying this salad. looks amazing I could almost taste it just by looking mouth watering thank you so much. for your love and respect for food!!
Where is the fish sauce, brother?
I can't wait to try making this salad today! It is one of my favorite salads on the planet! One little crunch that we love to add to ours is to buy the tiny frozen anchovies( any good asian market) and quickly deep fry them till golden….draining on a paper towel…before topping on the salad. It's a lovely salty crunch to add for many salads! Thank you for a beautiful, relaxing video…you have a lovely voice and speed with which to teach us!
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What a great recipe but unfortunataly we do not have green papaya nor exotic fruits in Turkey except pinaapples and coconuts
I use a mango shredder that I purchased at a Korean supermarket.
I have hit the subscribe button …you are great sir..❤❤
That is a gorgeous technique for cutting the papaya. This is undoubtedly one of my favorite Thai dishes, I'm so excited to try your recipe. Really beautifully done, both recipe and the shooting of this video! You found yourself a new subscriber, thank you ✌🏼