This classic dish originates from Bangkok and it can be found in any street food stall or restaurant specialising in beef dishes. Yum nuea yang is typically eaten with rice, but it can also be enjoyed on its own. Use good quality sirloin or rump steak to get the best out of this dish. Refrigerating the beef after it is tossed with the dressing allows the meat to soak up the dressing, making for a moist and succulent salad.
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