Summer came on with a bang. Our weather went from pleasantly warm to blazingly hot.
Every year, I relearn what degree weather feels like. At least in Kansas City, it cools down a bit at night, so Cookie and I can go on our long walks as the sun sets. Now that summer heat is here, I find myself craving more light, fresh and green meals. Enter this salad with Thai flavors, which satisfies all three at once. I basically took my Thai mango cabbage wraps as inspiration, and reimagined them as a salad.
Dating a asian mango I tossed all of it in an addictive, spicy peanut dressing. This salad would make a great side salad for any of my other Thai recipesor could pass as a light dinner. For more substance, just add some crispy baked tofu.
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Your comments make my day. If you made the recipe, please choose a star rating, too. You will not be subscribed to our email newsletter. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. This salad sounds great. The Thai people make a green mango salad — it uses green mangoes which have essentially been spiralized into spaghetti. I actually tried spiralizing ripe mango the other day, and it was a hilarious fail. Just turned into mush! Maybe I "Dating a asian mango" find green mangoes at the Asian market.
Thailand is a wonderful country. I spent a "Dating a asian mango" of months in Bangkok and have visited Phuket, an island, several times. I think the Dating a asian mango I was thinking of might be green papaya rather than mango. The guy who posted this recipe is married to a Thai woman and lives in Thailand. I would like to eat a mango saladIn California they had great salads there. This salad is gorgeous and looks absolutely perfect for a beach potluck coming up, something our little foursome of longtime girlfriends are trying to do every couple of weeks throughout the summer to really celebrate the season.
All the beautiful produce right now is center stage for our feasting and trying to eat healthy at the same time so keep your ideas coming! Thanks for your inspiration, Kate, yet again. And hope you and Cookie stay cool! Your beach potluck sounds lovely. I have at least a few salads up my sleeve for this month. I love how flavorful and fresh this sounds.
No one wants to slave over the hot stove in this heat! I am very seriously concerned I may gain 10lbs over the summer because of all the delicous-ness taking place on the blog. Breakfast fruit salads are the best: Definitely going to make the peanut sauce for my next Asian savory recipe! This is super good. I made it last night, used shredded cabbage instead of lettuce, added edamame, quinoa and matchstick carrots. I doubled the dressing.
As usual your recipes never fail me!
I am getting back to eating healthy after a small in my eyes break. I had to modify the recipe because I did not find any good mangoes.
So I used pears and it still came out great! As always, thank you for the deliciousness! All I can say is YUM! Absolutely anything thai peanut is right up my alley so this salad is like made for me!
My hubby would love this recipes because he Dating a asian mango Peanuts so so much. Already printed it out for the next days. Sometimes your Website is not that fast. Just to let you know.
I hope you both enjoy the salad! I hope that does the trick! What a gorgeous salad! Love those mangoes and peppers.
I am such a sucker for peanut dressing, I just love it so much.
What a way to jazz up butter lettuce! The minute this appeared in my inbox I knew I had to make this. I Dating a asian mango it this evening and it was a huge hit. Me and my husband enjoyed it so much. I made it exactly as the recipe read and it was perfection.
I just made your Thai Mango Salad tonight. I have probably made over 20 recipes over the past year. Thank you, thank you for helping make food easy to prepare, healthy
Dating a asian mango most of all, delicious! Thank you very much, Marie! The cookbook comes out Dating a asian mango spring. I had a mango in the fridge when I saw "Dating a asian mango" post, so I made it the same day and it really hit the spot.
I think the butter lettuce would be really good. I use white soy sauce instead, to give a brighter color, I love using confit garlic to kill the bitterness. Do you just add the red pepper flakes for color in the dressing? I have never used white soy sauce or garlic confit. I try to use basic ingredients in my recipes, but your version sounds intriguing! I used red pepper flakes for color and some spice. Used half a head of cabbage for the greens shredded through a Cuisinart so a coleslaw type of result.
Needed a bit more intensity of flavor. Will try miso for the salty component next time. That really sound wonderful using cabbage as the the greens, but I wonder If it can be cooked cabbage with mango?
I usually go with stronger dressings for slaw, so I think miso would be a great addition next time. The next time I make the recipe, I may also add an avocado. Thank you very much, Teresa! So glad my recipes are turning out well for you.
Your version sounds great to me. Light and crunchy and spicy and wonderful.
I love pineapple even more than mango. Thank you so much for your support; means a whole lot to me! Kind of confused adding those ingredients in the dressing together, but it was awesome. Thanks for the recipe. I got two days of really satisfying lunches for myself and my husband out of this recipe. The veggies held up nicely in the fridge and we poured on the dressing as we had each serving.