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Here is a delicious salad, with the perfect freshness. It’s a very popular dish in Thailand. A little salty and at the same time sweet and spicy. You will enjoy this recipe that is very simple and can be made quickly.
When I think of mango, I always think of Thai cuisine! This salad with its Asian-style dressing is just “wow”, and brings the needed touch of exoticism! The flavors are just awesome together! The fresh herbs like coriander and parsley complete it to perfection. This summer Thai salad is really a must! I think we never have enough salad recipes, this is why I always try to concoct original salads that please the whole family. I want color, texture, taste and something that’s filling.
This summer Thai salad recipe doesn’t involve cooking. It only involves the preparation of ingredients. We mix everything together and we serve! In addition, the mixture of colors makes it a beautiful dish, so we can very well have friends or family over with this salad for a lighter meal on a hot summer day.
Did you know that right after the banana, mango is the most consumed tropical fruit in the world? Rich in fiber and vitamin C, the antioxidants help to prevent cancer.
Before you can taste a mango, you have to know how to choose it. To find a ripe one, look for one that smells sweet, with slightly soft but smooth skin.
Bean sprouts are recognized as part of a balanced diet. It’s a very nutritious food, and a single portion gives you 20% of the daily value of vitamin C. It’s also a source of iron, calcium and vitamin A.
The cashews give this salad a nice crunchiness. Cashews are very rich in nutrients, such as magnesium, copper, phosphorus, zinc, iron, selenium, vitamins E, K, B1, B2 and B6, as well as vitamin B9 and vitamin B5 -all essential nutrients.
Without further ado, let make this excellent Summer Thai Salad!
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