Spicy Mango Salad

It is that time of the year, when mangoes are in season, and not just ordinary mango, but sweet, juicy and the best mangoes.
Being a mango lover and mango known as the king of fruits in India, I decided to come up with this recipe.
This recipe is quick, easy and refreshing at the same time.
The recipe is an inspiration from the Mumbai rains coming soon, just like fragrance from the wet sand in the first rain 'Petrichor' and the smell from the sweet mangoes.
Just like the lovely taste of the rainwater and the spiciness from the salad, and the freshness from the mint leaves reminds me of how fresh I feel after getting wet in the rains.
It is one of those dishes that I can have while sitting on the window and enjoying the rain.

Ingredients -
Mango - 2 Whole
Onions - 1 Whole
Mint leaves - 20 gms
Coriander Leaves - 10 gms
Lemon Juice - 10-15 ml
Chilli Flakes - 1 tbsp
Salt - to taste

Method - 
1. Chop the onions finely and evenly.
2. Deseed the mango and cut them in to big dices and keep in a bowl.
3. Finely chop the mint leaves, coriander leaves and keep ready.
4. Now in a bowl, take the chopped onions, diced mango, add in the mint, coriander, lemon juice, chilli flakes and mix well.
5. Season well and adjust the spiciness according to taste.
6. Keep in the fridge to chill for sometime.

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This recipe was a part of the Food Bloggers, 'Foodies Kitchen Ninjas' Monthly challenge where every month all the bloggers participate in designing a recipe based on a theme. This month the theme was 'A Date With Mumbai Rains'
The following are the participants of the competition this month.
Do check out the recipe and how they would enjoy A Date with Mumbai Rains.
Antara Roy of  Zouqh
Shanti Padukone from Riot of flavours
Samina Patel of The Cup Cake Confessions
Pushpa Morjaani of Papad Chai
Jahan Bloch of Toxic Baker
Amrutha Langs of Amruthas Cookbook
Elson Sequeira from The Tummy Tale


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  2. I like your salad nd that would be great to taste it and give it to my family.

  3. Quite unusual. I would like to taste those exotic dishes but I am not really sure if I could like them or not.

  4. I really like to try to cook new dishes according to recipes unknown to me. This is a new culinary experience.

  5. The taste of this salad is very unusual, but I liked what I had to try and I think it's worth it to cook at home sometimes.

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