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Thai Tangy Fruit Salad

Thai Tangy Fruit Salad recipe

1 Portion

succeed easily 15 Minutes



for the recipe Thai Tangy Fruit Salad


2 Red Chillies - 2
2 tbsp Peanuts
6 tsp Lemon Juice
1 tsp Dr. Oetker FunFoods Soya Sauce
2 tbsp Honey
1 tbsp Garlic (chopped)
2 tbsp Dr. Oetker FunFoods American Mustard
3 tbsp Dr. Oetker FunFoods Mayonnaise Olive Oil
15 - 20 g Red Bell Peppers
15 - 20 g Yellow Bell Peppers
2 tbsp Julienned Raw Papaya
25 - 30 g Pineapple (3 slices)
15 - 20 g Iceberg Lettuce (3 leaves)
15 g Spring Onions
5 - 10 g Cashews (Toasted, for garnishing)




For the dressing: Chop the red chillies, chop the peanuts, mix this in a bowl and add lemon juice, soya sauce, honey & chopped garlic. Add 2 tbsp of American mustard, mix it properly and add 3 tbsp of olive oil mayonnaise.


Take the red & yellow bell peppers cut juliennes of the pepper, add these to the dressing bowl. Add 2 tbsp of julienned raw papaya which prior soaked in chilled water. Mix everything; now take out the salad squeezing out the dressing from the salad.


For serving take the pineapple slices, toss it in the same leftover dressing and serve on a bed of lettuce leaves with a few toasted cashew nuts, as suggested.

Calorie and nutritional information for the recipe Thai Tangy Fruit Salad

Per serving / piece Per 100 g / ml
energy 1172kJ
fat 27.40g 8.56g
carbohydrate 7.87g 2.46g
protein 4.38g 1.37g
Dr. Oetker products used

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