Yam Woon Sen (Set)

Glass Noodles Spicy Salad is a delicate vermicelli salad called “Yam Woon Sen”.

This recipe is a classic from Northeastern Thai (Isaan) cuisine.

Product Line:

Thai Premium Cooking Set

Active Cooking Time:

12 Minutes or less

Serving Size:

2 Servings

Chef Nooror’s Pro Tip:

The best versions of Glass Noodles have fresh ingredients such as Celery, onion, and Tomatoes. Try it out!

This Set Contains:

  • Thai Glass Noodles
  • Thai Chili & Lime Dressing
  • Thai Premium Fish Sauce
  • Dried Black Mushrooms
  • Dried Spring Onions
  • Chili Flakes

You Will Need:

  • 3-4 Mid-sized Prawns (headless, about 30g.)
  • 60g. Minced Chicken
  • 1 tbsp. Lime Juice


  • 1 Celery Stalk
  • ¼ Onion
  • 1 Tomato


  1. Soak the Thai Glass Noodles and Dried Black Mushrooms in water for 5 minutes, then drain well, and use a pair of scissors to cut the Glass Noodle lengths in half.
  2. Bring a sauce pot ¾ full of water to boil.
  3. Blanch Thai Glass Noodles for 2 minutes, then strain them and blanch the Dried Black Mushrooms for 2 minutes, then strain them as well.
  4. Next, blanch the minced chicken and Dried Spring Onions together. Once the chicken is cooked through strain it, blanch the prawns for 1 minute strain as well and then discard the water in the pot.
  5. Slice the Black Mushrooms as well as any of the optional vegetables that you might be using.
  6. In a bowl, add all the blanched ingredients and the vegetables.
  7. Add the Thai Chili & Lime Dressing, Fish Sauce, and a squeeze of lime juice and mix well.

Serve as a great appetizer or alongside your main course.