Green Mango Salad or Raw Mango Salad recipe is an easy and healthy salad apt for summers.


Here I am sharing 2 ways of making this summer salad, one is in julienne form which is similar to Thai Mango salad and the other is Kachumber form. Though we like both but prefer the kachumber form of mango salad as it gets ready in just 5 minutes.






Raw Mango Salad

Julienne Form


Raw Mango Salad

Kachumber Style


Which one did you like more?


Other Summer Salads which may interest you



Raw Mango Recipes

As soon as the summers step in we start looking for cool n refreshing salads. Light on tummy, good for digestion, free of calories and above all doesn’t involve any cooking. What else does one want?

If Mango is the king of fruits then raw/green mango too rules the veggies kingdom in its own way. Summers are incomplete without mangoes or raw mangoes. I make many things using raw mangoes, of which AAM PANNA and Keri ki Launji are the staple ones during the summers. And then at a later stage, just before monsoon, I make AAM Ka MURABBA, HING ka ACHAR and AAM AUR CHANE KA ACHAR too.

if you are fond of Golgappe then you must try JALJEERA made with raw mangoes. It’s not only easy to make but is full of freshness too.

Similarly, if you end up making a lot of Aam Panna and feel bored of consuming it, then make KULFI out of it by doing slight additions.

Summer Salads

We prefer to have salads in summer as they are made easily without spending lot of time in the kitchen and secondly, it is better to eat something light when temperature is at peak. Our favourite salads are PASTA SALAD, RAW PAPAYA SALAD and TABBOULEH (Salad made with Bulgur wheat, Dalia).

And this Raw Mango salad is a new addition comparatively and I must tell you that it is highly refreshing.

How I Ended Up Liking Raw Mango Salad

Actually, I could never think of having raw mango in salad form. After all, it is so sour n tangy.  Last year on my hubby’s birthday when we went out for lunch, yea, that day we opted for lunch rather than the usual dinner. Both my sons had gone to their college and for a change, just two of us freaked out. We went to a hotel ‘Annamaya’ in the Aerocity, New Delhi. It is a great yet simple restaurant having a limited menu and managed by a German national, who has a love for India. A very interesting and ambient atmosphere with open kitchens and the restaurant selling some authentic and exotic spices and salts.

The menu card listed this Green Mango salad. The waiter in charge recommended us to have this salad and thus we ordered it. When it was served, it looked very tempting and when we tasted it, it was like a gush of freshness swirling in our mouth… slightly tangy, slightly sweet, slightly spicy… a mixed array of flavours. It seemed one of the best things to have in summers. Obviously, after liking it so much the next step was to call the chef and ask about its recipe. The chef very humbly explained everything about it. The raw mango in the salad was paired with a similar-looking ingredient – avocado, a fruit of foreign origin.

This Green Mango Salad is a must to have in summers. When temperatures soar, appetite drops, this highly refreshing, fibrous and nutritious salad is wonderful to have. Later, I discovered its quite a popular salad in large parts of India and South Asia prepared with a lot of variations.

Benefits Of Raw Mangoes

I have applauded Green Mango Salad all for its taste and flavour but its benefits are even more praiseworthy. As Avacado is not yet very popular in India, I decided to substitute it with raw Papaya. The variation was equally awesome. Raw Papaya not only added volume to the salad but also balanced the tanginess of raw mangoes in equal measure. There is no compromise on taste either. A popular Gujrati variation is to use onion in place of papaya.

Health benefits of raw mangoes are astonishing.

  • Green mango is rich in vitamin A and C, calcium, iron and 82% of magnesium which is vital for the extraction of wastes in the body.
  • High Vitamin C increases the elasticity of the blood vessels and boosts the formation of new blood cells.
  • It also aids the absorption of iron and prevents bleeding tendencies besides increasing body resistance against TB, anaemia, cholera and dysentery.
  • Vitamin A and E in green mangoes promote hormonal health.
  • Vitamin B in green mangoes helps us retain good health. They also help with indigestion and constipation problems. Furthermore, they cleanse the intestine and clear off many other infections. 
  • Having green mangoes with salt not only quenches thirst but also prevents the excessive loss of water from the body.
  • It protects us from the negative effects of hot winds (loo).
  • Raw mango juice (Panna) prevents the excessive loss of sodium chloride and iron to excessive sweating.
  • Raw mangoes are a rich source of pectin, and when mixed with honey and salt, is highly beneficial in treating gastrointestinal disorders. Also very effective medicine for diarrhoea, piles, morning sickness, chronic dyspepsia, indigestion and constipation.
  • Unripe mangoes help in treating liver disorders by increasing the secretion of bile acids and thus cleaning the intestines of bacterial infections.
  • They also have more Antioxidants and Vitamin C than ripe mangoes. These antioxidant properties protect the body against cancer and cardiovascular diseases.

All these excerpts are taken from here.

Similarly, the health benefits of green papaya are equally impressive.

  • It is full of essential nutrients and enzymes to promote digestive health.
  • It aids in losing weight.
  • It helps to combat diabetes.
  • Being rich in potassium it is very good for the heart.
  • It improves digestion
  • It helps in curing diabetes as it is full of fibre.
  • It hastens the healing of wounds and effective remedy for skin problems like pigmentation, acne etc.
  • It prevents vitamin deficiency because of the highest amount of carotenoids present in it (more than in tomatoes and carrots).
  • It is good for lactating mothers because of the presence of a compound called galactagogue
  • Eating raw papaya eases the menstrual pain…You may read more about it in detail here.

I am sure looking at the benefits of both green mango and green papaya, you are very much tempted to try this out.

How To Make Raw Mango Salad

The recipe for Green Mango Salad is actually very simple. I make it by cutting juliennes of raw mango.  . It has 2 key ingredients… green mangoes and raw papaya.  Rest of the veggies are added to give it a more colourful n appetising look. That you may add according to your preference and availability in your pantry. The other variation is by cutting raw mangoes in very small pieces, given at the end. Do not miss that.

And then comes the salad dressing. So, for the dressing also, it is honey or brown sugar along with seasonings. I prefer honey as it gives a very subtle taste. And yes, not to forget the crushed peanuts for that crunchy feeling.

For making this salad, though you need julienne but you shouldn’t grate it. If you have a thick grater then its fine otherwise, peel raw mangoes, poke lots of vertical cuts in it and then scrape thinly. This gives wonderful shreds. Same is done for papaya. Alternatively, you can thinly slice these greens and then cut long strips. Whichever way suits you more follow that.

As for the ratio of green mangoes and green papaya, there is no fixed rule. Use it as per your preference. I have taken these two in the ratio of 60:40, that is more of green mango and little less of green papaya. Addition of capsicum, tomatoes, carrots, zucchini etc is entirely optional. But I will strongly recommend adding little ginger to it. It too adds to the taste in its own way.


Detailed Recipe Of Raw Mango Salad With Step By Step Pics

  • Wash and pat dry all the veggies.

  • Peel green mangoes, raw papaya and carrot.

  • Make a lot of slits with a knife in the raw mango.

  • Similarly shred raw papaya, carrot, capsicum, tomato and ginger too. You may use a chopper or any other way of shredding but it should look like in the pic below.


  • Add honey, oil, salt, pepper and cilantro
  • Toss everything. Chill in the refrigerator for at least half an hour.
  • Add peanuts at the time of serving. Peanuts render an excellent taste and crunch to the salad, so do not skip it.
  • Serve with love.



Kachumber Style

  • Same as julienne style salad except that raw papaya and oil are not added in this variation.
  • Chop raw mangoes in very small pieces in kachumber style. I prefer doing it in the food processor.
  • Add other veggies like peppers, capsicum, (though optional) chopped in kachumber style only. Or, put everything together in the food processor.

Raw Mango Salad

  • Process for 2 to 3 seconds.

Raw Mango Salad

  • Add honey, salt, fresh mint and coriander and toss well.
  • Add roasted and crushed peanuts at the time of serving.
  • I am sure you will love this easy peasy Kachchi Keri ka kachumber style salad.
  • Serve with love.

Raw Mango Salad


Recipe Card Of Raw Mango Salad

Raw Mango Salad

Prep Time 15 minutes
Servings -4


  • 250 g Green Mangoes
  • 150 g Raw Papaya
  • 1/4 Piece Capsicum
  • 1 Tomato
  • 1 Tablespoon Ginger Julienne
  • 1 Tablespoon Chopped Cilantro
  • 2 Tablespoon Honey
  • 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
  • Salt & Pepper to taste
  • 1/4 Cup Roasted Peanut


  1. Wash and pat dry all the veggies.
  2. Peel green mangoes, raw papaya and carrot.
  3. Shred all the veggies... green mangoes, raw papaya, carrot, capsicum, tomato and ginger.
  4. Add honey, oil, salt, pepper and cilantro.
  5. Toss everything. Chill in the refrigerator for at least half an hour.
  6. At the time of serving, mix in some roasted and crushed peanuts. Serve with love.


  1. Chop raw mangoes in very small pieces in kachumber style. I prefer doing it in the food processor.

  2. Add very little of other veggies like capsicum, peppers etc, chopped in kachumber style only. Avoid raw papaya in this variation.

  3. Add honey, salt, green coriander, mint and toss well.

  4. Add roasted and crushed peanuts at the time of serving.

  5. Serve with love.

Recipe Notes

  1. Adjust the number of raw mangoes and green papaya as per your liking.
  2. Adjust the quantity of honey depending on the sourness of raw mangoes.
  3. You may use avocado in addition to or in replacement of raw papaya.
  4. You may add crushed garlic to it.
  5. In kachumber style salad, raw papaya will not be added.


Do not throw the seeds of green mangoes.

  1. Use them for cleaning your cast iron griddle or wok (tawa or kadhai). For this, put these pits along with some water on the griddle and leave overnight. In the morning, lightly rub these and you will have a sparkling griddle.
  2. Or, put these in the pressure cooker along with some water. Due to continuous usage, pressure cookers are tarnished from inside, especially aluminium ones. When you boil these seeds in it, just one whistle, then the sourness of mangoes will work better than any detergent and you will have brand new pressure cooker.

Similarly, you can use LEMON PEELS too in various ways.


I hope you have liked these easy ways of making Raw Mango Salad and will surely try it out for making yummy treats for your loved ones. Do let me know, which one you liked more. Also, try out the tips. These are a regular feature at my place.

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