Sweet & Spicy Mangoes Salad With Fried Bean Curd

I just love this sweet and spicy flavouring salad especially with mangoes. If I'm not mistaken, this is one of our local nyonya style salad which is also called as 'kerabu mangga'. Yes, very popular dish indeed! My mouth is salivating already! Let's go strait to the recipe, shall we?

Ingredients :

one whole mango (half ripe), grated
1 cucumber, grated
1 large onion, sliced
200gm jicama, grated
3 bird eye chilies, sliced
200gm Fried Bean curd, cut small
1 packet Japanese Dried Shrimp
some pamelo flesh (optional)
roasted crashed peanut (optional)

Seasoning :
1/4 cup lime juice
1/4 cup fish sauce
2 tbsp sugar
1 tbsp sesame oil
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Method :
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- after cutting all the veggies and fruit, chilled them in refrigerator.
- at the time being, combine all the seasoning and mix well.

Mix all ingredients together, top with dried shrimp & roasted crashed peanut and serve immediately.
These dried shrimps can be taken directly even without cooking.

I can't wait to stuff my mouth full with these! Just another few more shots...... OK! DONE!

Comments

  1. WOW! Makes me mouth watering already! I would to make this, what is jicama? Looks like turnip.

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  2. i think i'll need to double the quantity

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  3. The salad sounds amazing! I love sweet & spicy... I'll have to pick up a mango soon!

    I think you asked me a while back on my blog if my hubby was Korean. Yes, he is.

    Have a great weekend! :)

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  4. Dear,
    I am going gaga for that plate of goodness. Pass me the plate, please!

    Also, that chocolate croissant is tempting me to try it. I will, pretty soon. I do have a long list of must-trys, u know?

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  5. Scrumptious. Off to get a mango,

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  6. I am salivating just looking at the kerabu mangga picture! I love sweet, sour and spicy stuff:D

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  7. You have a lot of flavors going on there. Does it confuse your taste buds? hehe! The dressing sounds wonderful to use on many things. I will have to try this. Your photos are beautiful. Have a great weekend Kristy!

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  8. You come up with such great stuff. I would love to try this. It looks so exotic.
    Have a wonderful weekend daaahling!
    *kisses* HH

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  9. Anncoo : Thanks! Jicama is also call as turnip.

    3HTummies : haha... just go ahead!

    Tigerfish : Hi, welcome on board and nice to meet you. Glad that you like it too. Hope to hear from you more often.

    Andrea : Thanks! Glad that you like it too. Btw, that's a wild guess! hehe...

    CoolLassie : Thank you so much for your nice words. Really appreciate it. Hope you have fun!

    Claudia : Have fun!

    Jeannie : Thanks! We got the same taste, aren't we?

    Lyndsey : Not at all! I love everything in there. By surprise, my hubby loves it too! Well, he's not a cold salad lover. To me, it's a great compliment!

    HH : Thanks! Hope you know what to do when you get yourself another fresh pamelo next time! Still remember that?

    Have a great weekend, guys!

    Regards,
    Kristy

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  10. That sound really refreshing salad to eat during mid day. Love it!

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  11. Wow! This sounds and looks delicious! Love that sweet and spicy! Have a great weekend!

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  12. this dish is very appetizing.. now swallowing u-know-what.. la..hahhaa...

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  13. Wow!perfect for summer. Tangy crunchy and yummy!

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  14. What a gorgeous salad. I've finally found a source for dried shrimp so I have no excuse not to try this one. it really looks perfect.

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  15. Kristy, I was kidding! I love a lot of flavors. This does look exotic and oh so tempting! It's always a plus when dear husband likes it! Kudos!

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  16. Wow, first time here and loving the visit. Got room for one more at your table for this delectable mango and bean curd salad?

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  17. That's a great summer dish! Mango with tofu....marvellous!

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  18. i'm drolling ,kristy,you have not mercy to me...your dish is fantastic!

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  19. Great recipes love mango's great recipe~

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  20. yummm , i love half ripe mangoes, cant wait to try it.

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  21. Fantastic recipe as usual...

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  22. Gosh, I can't help drooling! Always fond of this type of salad/rojak.

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  23. 这又是另一道开胃菜哦.可惜我这里买不到你用的小虾干.

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  24. What an interesting recipe. I love it. I'm just not sure where to look for all the ingredients. Def. one for the "to do" book.

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  25. Oh yeah, this is a keeper recipe if I ever saw one! Wonderful contrasting flavors! Now I'm drooling too!

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  26. I think you've pretty much got every delicious flavor covered in that salad. I could eat it every day!

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  27. Wow, I love the combination of sweet & spicy flavors, such a wonderful salad with mangoes!

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  28. I love all the ingredients you've put into it Kristy, very creative.

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    My new blog is almost ready to go.....AM looking for ur email around too here so could email to u in rep ....;-)))

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  30. That looks very appetising and healthy. I can have this many times a day. Never thought of using pomelo in sald. Have to go and look for it.

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  31. That is lovely! I have never tried with beancurd before. And it is so good since it is so hot over there.

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  32. Mango salad are mouthwatering. Most of our mangoes are already ripe. But would love to try this when we have new harvests.

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  33. I love seeing mango in recipes. This looks so bright and healthy. Thank you for sharing.

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