Salad/ Thai

Thai Noodle Salad – A Guest Post at Aharam

There are some bloggers whose frequent and delicious looking posts lead me to believe that if I were to drop in unannounced any day of the week they would offer up the kind of food I make for guests. Aruna at Aharam is one of them. Not only is she always whipping up something amazing, but she also has a knack of seamlessly relaying some really interesting information about different traditions and the provenance of many foods.

When she asked me if I was interested in writing a guest post for her blog the answer was a resounding yes and while I was tempted to share something sweet – you know, largely because I wanted to eat it – I instead chose to go with this lovely noodle salad that has big bold flavors, incredible freshness, but with the comfort of noodles. My friend Marium introduced me to this salad and suggested the addition of the jalapeno, but the original recipe is from the beautiful blog Noni’s Place.

To read more hop on over to Aharam and do check out Aruna’s other posts. Happy reading!

 

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13 Comments

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    Liz
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    That salad, I would have it for lunch. It looks delicious!!!

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    Aruna Panangipally
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    Thank you, Sarah, for this wonderful guest post. 🙂

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    MyNinjaNaan
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    Awesome! Heading over there now 🙂

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      sarahjmir
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      Try it if you get a chance – I suspect this one will be right up your alley. The husband I can’t say anything about though..mine isn’t a salad kinda guy

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    Teresa Blackburn
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    Thanks for sharing Noni’s place and this great recipe.

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    salmadinani
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    That looks delicious! I pinned it to try soon!

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    Noreen
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    Don’t know how I missed commenting on this, but your version looks absolutely lovely. Thanks so much for the shout out x

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      sarahjmir
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      Thanks Noreen – I have a little bit of a crush on your blog 🙂

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