Nestlé Fitness green papaya salad with shrimp skewers on a plate

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Thai Green Papaya Salad

Take your taste buds on an exotic trip with this delicious Thai Salad. Shrimps coated in crushed FITNESS® cereal flakes with wholegrain goodness on a bed of fresh vegetables 

Preparation Time
30 min
Cooking Time
10 min
Skill Level
Easy
Serving Size
2

Ingredients

50 g FITNESS® Original
1 small green papaya
2 carrots
1 handful grilled peanuts
1 clove of garlic
1 small chili
1 lime
1 teaspoon powdered sugar
2 teaspoons low sodium Nuoc Mam
1 pinch pepper
A few sprigs of coriander
12 big shrimps
30 g flour
1 egg
20 g grated coconut

Instructions

  • Pre-heat oven to 180°C.
  • Grate the carrots and papaya very thinly.
  • Peel the garlic. Seed the chili. Crush together.
  • Mix the store bought dough with the nuoc mam (a spicy Vietnamese fish sauce), the lime, a bit of pepper and the powdered white sugar.
  • Pour the sauce on the mixture of papaya and carrots.
  • Let rest for 15 minutes.
  • In the meantime, peel the shrimps and dry them with paper towels.
  • Mix them in the flour, then in the beaten egg and last in the mixture of crushed FITNESS Original and grated coconut.
  • Place the shrimps on bamboo sticks.
  • Cook the shrimp skewers in the oven for 10 minutes and flip sides when half-cooked.
  • Keep warm until serving time.
  • Pull the fresh green papaya salad out of the fridge, add some coriander and slightly crushed grilled peanuts.
  • Add the shrimp skewers, accompanied by lime quarters. 

NutritionFacts

Per serving

Typical Values

Energy

1346.75 kJ/321.75 kcal

Fats

of which Saturates

10.4 g

4.68 g

Carbohydrates

of which Sugars

43.82 g

15.57 g

Fibre

6.4 g

Protein

14.03 g

Salt

627.48 mg

Vitamins & Minerals

NRV*

Iron

5.77 mg

Calcium

259 mg

Vitamin B6

0.52 mg

Vitamin B2

0.59 mg

Vitamin B3

5.73 mg

Vitamin B9

82.5 µg

Vitamin PP/B5

2.5 mg

sodium content is equivalent to: salt ÷ 2,5

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