Recipe Directions

To serve, pour half the Spicy Thai Dressing over the Rainbow Salad and toss. Pour the remaining dressing over the salad and toss again. Plate and enjoy immediately. If you enjoying this salad later, keep the dressing seperate. If the dressing has become solid inbetween time, this is just the coconut oil returning to its natural state. To liquify it warm in your hands or microwave for 10 seconds, toss and enjoy!

Bees Knees Kitchen's Thoughts

By Bees Knees Kitchen

This Rainbow Salad with Spicy Thai Dressing was my first raw food salad I experimented with and is one of my best! The vibrant Rainbow Salad has wonderful mixture of refreshing and crunchy veggies topped with a creamy Spicy Thai Dressing. So enjoy feeling energised and fit with this super salad!

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bkny227's Review

Rainbow Salad with Spicy Thai Dressing
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Thanks for posting this delicious dressing. Exactly what I was looking for. I added a little agave too.

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this was delicious--ran out of lettuce so the yummy dressing with a bit of honey and less water went over zucchini and neat balls. Yum!

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Thanks for the feedback everyone! I love this salad for the traditional spicy and salty flavors’ that original Thai cooking possesses but adding a bit of a sweet touch is a good idea too! And this dressing is very thin as I wanted it to cover every veggie in order to get the full dressing flavor on each bite. But use less water in order to get the right consistency for you. :-)

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Fantastic dressing!!!!

I made the dressing for my salad tonight and let me say it is a new favorite for me. I could bathe in it! haha... i do think that there doesn't really need to be any water, if any and some honey or agave makes it perfect. Thank you very much for sharing. Think i am going to try this with some zucchini noodles tomorrow night with some sprouts.

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MissJ's Review

Rainbow Salad with Spicy Thai Dressing
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I liked this dressing but next time I make it I will use less water because it was really runny and definitely add some honey because I think it would taste much better if it was a little sweet, maybe even a few cashews.

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Thank you for the very kind words Dr. Rona!

I hope you can try some of them and please pass the blog on! I want everyone to know how beautiful and delicious raw food can be!

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you have a very beautiful array of recipes and colors here and on your blog.

luscious!

thanks for sharing the recipes and photos! exquisite. really.

sincerely,

dr rona

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