A riff on larb, a vibrant ground-meat salad from Laos, this dish has sour, salty, and spicy flavors from lime juice, fish sauce, and chile, balanced by a fragrant hit of fresh mint and cilantro.
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Yummy. Good level of heat with the serrano. I topped mine with spicy chili crisp instead of peanuts. So delicious and added some nice additional heat and crunch. Highly recommend that. You can find it in the asian grocer, online or sometimes the aisle of your grocery.
The flavor is just perfectly balanced. I loved this dish. We added some pea pods to uptick the veggie content but one way or another, it is perfect.Costco is now selling organic plain ramen noodles and they worked just right in this dish. Even reheated nicely.
Very good with a unique flavour combination. I added a few cloves of garlic and 2 serrano chiles and next time I think I would add maybe one more. Even though I rinsed the noodles I felt they needed a bit of chicken broth to loosen them up. Loved the combination of cilantro and mint...had not used them together before.
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