Thai Raw Mango Salad Recipe – Yam Mamuang

Raw mangoes give this Thai Raw Mango Salad recipe freshness and just the right amount of tartness. Balanced in flavor with palm sugar, this easy sweet and sour salad can be found on the streets of Thailand and is the perfect accompaniment to any meal or delicious on its own.
Bonus: Watch Anuja in Thailand enjoying the authentic Thai Salad which inspired us to make this at home.

Ingredients: (All ingredients are to taste)

Raw Mango – 1, peeled and shredded
Red Onion or Shallots – 1/4 small, thinly sliced
Carrot – 1/4 cup, shredded
Green Chili – finely chopped, optional
Red Chili Flakes – to taste
Salt – to taste
Lime Juice – to taste
Palm Sugar (or regular sugar) – to taste
Peanuts – 1/4 cup, roasted and roughly crushed
Sweet and Sour Sauce – to taste, optional

Method:

Mix all ingredients together and toss until combined. Serve immediately.

0 thoughts on “Thai Raw Mango Salad Recipe – Yam Mamuang

  1. Thanks for sharing this recipe, my mouth is watering. I often order this salad at my local Thai restaurant as a vegan main, but never think to make it myself even though its so simple! No need to say “no shrimp, no coriander, no onions” if I make it myself 🙂

  2. Verrrry niiiice!! I tasted this once and wasnt keen on the fish sauce. I love the substitute – lemon n sugar instead of sweet n sour sauce and no fish sauce! Will try it. and there’s no need for me to hit the subscribe button because i visit your website every single day!!:)

  3. I miss my true Indian dishes which are becoming more and more rare on this site. And, for once, i just want something delicious and fatty. Summer is over!

    1. Hi Pinal,

      We value your feedback and loyalty to this show. As YouTube Partners, we have been invited to participate in a 6 month program (yet to be announced) in which we have had the opportunity to film at the YouTube Space LA and collaborate with other YouTube channels. There are certain requirements that we must follow such as posting the videos filmed there within a set time frame. Of course we do not have our full kitchen there so the types of recipes we can do is very limited. This is the reason you are seeing more of these non-Indian recipes. Again, we value your feedback but thought you deserved to know. Thanks a bunch for your support!

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