Coeliac Week

Celebrate Coeliac Week with Saba and SabaToGo

Dublin’s award-winning Thai and Vietnamese restaurant Saba has all your healthy eating needs covered. With an array of appetising gluten-free foods served in the popular Claredon restaurant as well as the newly opened Baggot Street location or delivered straight to your door, Saba has something to satisfy everyone’s taste buds. Popular gluten-free dishes include Prawn and Cashew Lettuce Cups and Smoked Trout Mieng Kam.

To recreate these recipes at home, simply follow the recipes below.

Prawn and Cashew Lettuce Cups***[GF][SF][SS]

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Serves 4 people

Ingredients:                                                                           

  • 8cooked prawns cut in half                                                
  • 8pieces Rice paper                                                               
  • 500ml water                                                                          
  • 100g ginger small brunoise                                               
  • 100g shallot small diced                                                    
  • 100g lemongrass thin sliced                                             
  • 16leaves fresh mint                                                           
  • 16leaves iceberg lettuce cut like a cup                          
  • 20g roasted cashew nuts       

For dressing:

  • 3dsp fish sauce
  • 3dsp fresh lime juice
  • 4dsp sugar syrup (2dsp sugar+2dsp water)
  • 4chopped birds eye chilli
  • ½ chopped red chilli (large)
  • 1dsp chopped garlic
  • 1dsp chopped shallot
  • 1 dsp chopped coriander stalk

 

Cooking Method

1.         To prepare dressing put fish sauce, lime juice and sugar syrup in a bowl and mix well, add birds eye chilli, red chilli, garlic, shallot and coriander. Keep this to one side

2.         Soak rice paper in cold water for about 2 minutes or until the rice paper gets soft.

3.         Cut the rice paper into equal portions.

4.         Place the rice paper on iceberg lettuce and add mint, shallot, lemongrass and ginger and place the cooked half prawn and cashew nut on top.

5.         Serve with dressing on the side

Saba opens from 12pm until late, seven days a week and is located on 26-28 Clarendon Street, Dublin 2 and 22 Baggot Street Upper, Dublin 4. For bookings Tel: +353-1-6792000 (Clarendon Street, +353-1-5631999 (Baggot Street) or log onto www.sabadublin.comSaba To Go is open seven days a week for delivery or collection and is located at 13 Rathgar Road, Rathmines Dublin 6 and 6 Arbourfield Terrace, Dundrum, Dublin 14. For orders, tel: +353-1-4060200 (Rathmines), 01-4408600 (Dundrum) or log onto www.sabatogo.com

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