Raw papaya and green mango grated makes a great slaw with delicious dried shrimp. Replace with some roasted peanuts and sesame seeds if you are a vegan or vegetarian but trust me if you like shrimp go for it …its amazing according to me.
Papaya – 1/2 of 1
Mango – 1/2 of 1
Spring onion – 1-2 sprigs
Dried shrimp – 1/2 cup
Garlic – 3-4flakes
Thai chili or serrano chili – 1 chopped or red chili flakes -1/2 tsp
Palm sugar or brown sugar – a pinch
Lime juice – of 1 lime
Fish sauce – 2 tsp (poor substitute but use soy sauce if u dont have it )
Cherry tomato- a few cut into two
Salt – only if required
1.Dry roast the shrimp until the raw smell goes off. (optional only if u dont like raw fish else use straight from pack)
2.Grate the papaya and mango through the smallest hole in the mandolin grater, julienne peeler or spiralizer.
3.Pound the chili, dried shrimp ,garlic until roughly crumbly.
4. Mix together all the ingredients with papaya and mango except tomato and crush well with hand so the papaya looses its stiffness and slightly bruises and limps a bit.
5.Add tomato, mix well and refrigerate.
Raw Papaya and Green Mango Slaw is best served cold with bbqed meat, fish or chicken. and sticky rice.
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