I have a question: Since the edamame or chickpeas or optional are they included in the nutrition information? I am not usually a salad lover, but this is healthy and soooooo delicious! I’m a vegetarian, my roommate is gluten free, her sister is a vegetarian…. Will definitely make again. Thanks so much, and can’t wait to make this, I’m sure I will love it. I added red chilli flakes to the dressing and used a bag of mixed julienned red cabbage, carrots and broccoli and it was great . I'm going to try this. do yourself a favor and never use a microwave again. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. I’m so glad you tried and loved it! Pineapple Cashew Thai Quinoa Salad. My oldest son said he could eat the entire bowl for dinner. Delicious! Will definitely make again. Made this for supper…with a few changes based on the current fridge holdings. =). I want to make this for a girls weekend I'm hosting next weekend. Just started vegan diet and couldn’t stop eating this ! The food, the margs, riding around in a red convertible, soaking up the sunshine, swimming at night, baseball games, Mexican food, Froyo, plus a trip to Sprinkles cupcakes! Whole cashews are combined with cucumber, carrot, red pepper and Thai herbs. YUM! I made this recipe during the CO-VID isolation, so I had to modify with ingredients that I had on hand. The lime is a must and some celery might be nice too. I just always have kale in the house (so yummy and curly), cashews rock, and quinoa adds protein, texture, and delicious flavour. Perfect for meal prep lunches, picnics or parties. I used less cabbage and added in iceberg lettuce. I’m so happy you're here. Just made this tonight and it was fabulous! Thanks for sharing. To cook quinoa: In a medium saucepan, bring the water to a boil. Delicious!!! This salad it so, so good. SO GOOD!!! Required fields are marked *. I have been on a roll lately with delicious salads. Best leftovers too. Thai Cashew QUinoa Salad (Gluten-Free, Vegan) This Thai Cashew Salad is such an easy meal to whip up and have on hand for the rest of the week. I simply omitted it from the recipe and it turned out delicious, but I’m anxious to try it again with the cabbage added. Lovely, crunchy salad. Joan says: This salad looks so appealing visually and is loaded with yummy things that are good for you. I use the dressing and whatever else I have in the fridge to make the salad, this dressing is magic. Thanks for sharing… love simple, delicious meals like this. Added chicken per my husband's preference for meat…but after eating, he agreed it would be just as good vegetarian. I also added red pepper flakes to the dressing. I don’t like onions or red peppers so I left them out and it was still so good. I like soy sauce but found it really overpowering and had to add more PB and honey to balance it out. Makes quinoa taste much better that’s for sure. Sunbutter (made from sunflower seeds) would give you a nutty flavor without any nuts. Got to try the blondies, the Chicken Chickpea Chopped Salads, oh and… and… and !!!! It’s so sweet. Place the quinoa along with 2 cups salted water in a medium saucepan. A week later, he asked me to send him the life-changing cookies, and now nearly 5 years later, we’re married. I hope this lasts me the week but it might not. Pinning so I remember to make this later And I need to try those cookies!! I mean this salad is just beautiful. Have not read all the comments but did scan before sending this one – it’s in regards to honey not being vegan. And yes – the quinoa is actually pretty filling too one of my fav lunches! Love the idea! Thank you!! I may need to try this one…..thanks for sharing! One of my favorite lunches, too, and great for meal prep. Glad you guys enjoyed . Chicken is great with this salad! Mmmmmmmhmm! I made it last night and it tasted so good then and for lunch today. I also didn’t have cabbage so just added more carrots instead. We made with almond butter instead of peanut butter. Speaking of beautiful colours, these veggies are loaded with loads of amazing vitamins: Bell Peppers – Vitamin C (especially in the red ones), anti-inflammatory properties, and a good source of Vitamin E, Carrots – beta-carotene, loaded with fibre and rich in Vitamin A. Ginger – Relieving digestive problems such as nausea, loss of appetite and motion sickness. I love to have something packed with plenty of vegetables and flavor for my lunch and this is so easy to just … . To cook quinoa: In a medium saucepan, bring 1 ½ cups of water to a boil. This tastes amazing, a friend of mine made it and I was falling over myself to get the recipe! I am a weird blog lady that has things like cooked quinoa in her fridge, but if you don’t, you can sub whatever whole grains you do have, OR make a big batch of quinoa and save leftovers to use in future salads, quinoa … . Any ideas on what to substitute for the Red Pepper?, Maybe 1-2 tbsps would be better? Love it Monique, your recipes always turn out as expected. It was the snippet that drew me to your site! It’s absolutely perfect! I am vegan too so really appreciate delicious and healthy vegan recipes. Full stop. Tried this tonight (found via Pinterest). Hope she loves this one – you’ll have to let me know how she likes it . I’m new here. Perfect for meal prep lunches, picnics or parties. It’s one of my favorites , Would you please e-mail me a copy of this recipe Cashew Salad with Thai flavours. I know your post is older, but I wanted to let you know that I made this salad for the first time a few years ago and have shared the recipe with no less than 100 people. Thank you so much for posting this. My 7 and 8 years old daughters liked it even. I will still have to watch my choices as I have many food intolerances. Very flavorful, colorful and exotic salad plus loaded with protein. you can substitute peanut butter with tahini sauce…. I think my husband will love it — he’s taking it for lunch today, I didn’t have cabbage, so subbed some very finely chopped kale which I’d massaged with rice bran oil and a bit of rice vinegar. Just made this and it is SO GOOD. I just tried this recipe for the first time…..WOW. The main adjustments I made here from my Spring Rolls were using kale instead of lettuce, and adding cashews and quinoa. This Thai Quinoa Salad … Those are all my favorite flavors. I can’t wait to make this for her! SO happy to hear that. Thank you so much! Squeeze half a lime over it if desired to add a touch of … It's my go to for every party and my friends have started expecting it at every potluck!! Will have to make it again next Sunday for my lunch for the week! Amazing!! I’m glad you had a great vacation! This mango guinoa recipe is so awesome . That did the trick! I can’t wait to try some more of your recipes! This would be an awesome potluck dish. This was easy and delicious. I will go back to this again and again! Even the plumber who was called in to fix a Saturday-evening emergency enjoyed it. We are looking to increase the vegetable dishes we eat and this one will definitely be on the list from now on. perfect for a packed lunch, just keep the dressing separate! we LOVE this salad. This is a delicious dish! You’ll have to give it a try for lunch soon , Just made this and it was easy and soooo good! This is probably one of the best meals I have ever had! This salad is a crowd-pleaser! Great blend of ingredients and flavors! Can’t wait to make it! Tried and True Tuesday # 11. I will be making it for my family’s Easter get together. Seriously love this recipe. Calling all quinoa lover’s, I have another delicious quinoa salad for you! Amazing! I didn’t have cilantro or green onions and it still tasted yummy. It requires me buying minimal extra ingredients because I usually have most of them in my kitchen and it’s just SO good. I don’t have sesame oil on hand though, do you think it will affect the flavor of the dish if I sub another oil? We found it here years ago and have loved it ever since. Can’t wait to taste it with cilantro, lime, and green onion. I did some baked tofu on the side. This Thai quinoa salad recipe was originally posted in 2013, the year I met my now-husband. Thank you! Last year my husband and I realized that we loved every recipe we tried from Ambitious Kitchen, so we decided to try a week straight of dinners from this site. This should be just fine for a day or two before eating! This is BOMB. Love this one in the summer too . It was amazing! It’s always fun surprising non-vegans with yummy vegan dishes Glad everyone loved it! I truly think it the best salad I have ever had. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I haven't had alot of time to browse your website yet, but from what I have seen so far…I am loving it! Do you keep the sauce separate then so that it isn’t soggy the next day or do you mix it all in together and the next day it isn’t soggy? I’m looking for something I can make the day before. So delicious! Toast nuts in the oven and then use a food processor until they reach the right texture, apx 15 minutes for 1# of almonds. Next fold in red pepper, onion, cabbage, carrots, and cilantro into the quinoa. Your email address will not be published. Thank you! Thanks so much! I also was a little short on time, so I went through a salad bar to get the shredded carrots and cabbage. First, rinse the quinoa in cool water. Oh my gosh Monique I LOVE this story! Question: Do you have a good suggestion to make this nut-free, but still have a dressing? It’s so easy to pull together too. Thanks so much for sharing! Told everyone. My only improvement would be to increase the calorie count; 260 isn’t enough. In a medium saucepan, bring 1 ½ cups of water to a boil. I don’t want to change this post too much because frankly, I want to keep the written memories here about our first date. However I’m allergic to peanuts do you think I could substitute it with something else? As I made it, my 3-year old daughter, Lotus, had a sample of all the vegetables so she only ate a small bowl of the finished salad but told me it's yummy and she wants it again tomorrow. I rinsed it in my fine mesh strainer (in small batches), pressing it against the mesh with the back of a big spoon to squeeze the water out. I had one and I love it. But for this application it’s perfect. Welcome Jill! It’s amazing! Unrinsed quinoa can have an unpleasant dirty taste. Looks like a winner I have to try soon! Great with the added edamame. One of the best recipe’s on the internet, very good. At the top of the recipe, you indicate it tastes better the next day too. This looks so good. I’m so happy to hear that, Donna! I doubled it as we had guests and everyone loved it! I think I’m in love! This No Knead Brea. Honestly I am not a salad fan, and couldnt say that I would have a Quinoa salad that would satisfy as a meal but I was definitely wrong. It has all been said…FABULOUS!! Haven’t made this in a long time and still can’t believe how amazing this is. Just discovered this blog recently and this was the first recipe that I tried. I saw the pic on Pinterest and was drawn to the colours. It freezes nicely and goes well over a bed of greens with some cucumbers and seaweed pieces. Crunchy Cashew Thai Quinoa Salad (vegan & gluten free) Delicious vegan and easily gluten free Thai quinoa salad with a perfect crunch. Many people do seem to eat it leftover but I wonder about adding the sauce in all at once? Otherwise, it’s perfect. But it is easy to make your own. I had to leave out the red pepper as I can't/don't eat them and I used regular cabbage since my son doesn't like red. Would this be horrible if I only have dried cilantro, no fresh ginger and no sesame oil? Your email address will not be published. This was awesome! My family thanks you! Tried this tonight – Brilliant. EVERYONE who tries it, LOVES it. It is very well decorated and cooked. Thanks Monique, this is the perfect lunch meal prep recipe. This is really good! it’ll still have all the asian flavors….. Do you use the same amount of tahini as peanut butter?? Healthy and filling… my kinda salad! Thank you for sharing! That sounds delicious! Made this today, and it will be a top salad. Once all the water is absorbed, the quinoa … The red cabbage made it look just like the picture and it soooo delicious. A few minor adaptions – due to lack of ingredients – but so delicious and something I will make again! I don’t eat peanut butter, so I used almond butter instead; and I used only two teaspoons of sweeter – Coconut Secret Coconut Nectar. I cooked my edamame and quinoa at the same time earlier in the day, came home to chop vegs (which you could also do before hand), then just added the pre-made dressing and lime juice.
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