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Thai Spicy Tomato Salad

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Adjust Servings:
3 tomatoes — chopped into wedges
2 Thai chilies — thinly sliced
1/4 cup cilantro — chopped
Lime juice (2 limes)
1/8 cup fish sauce
1/8 cup water

Nutritional information

8.83 g
2.98 g
0.24 g
2944 mg
0 mg

Thai Spicy Tomato Salad

  • Veg
  • 25 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy



What if there existed a wonder food (that is delicious as well!) that held the promise of transforming your skin health forever? Enter the Thai spicy tomato salad: the name itself takes you to the world of toothsome and tempting tomatoes with their juicy delight making you want more. Thai salads have been known to be timeless tasty sensations and the best part about any Thai salad is its sauces and herbs!

Health Benefits

Thai tomato salad has some 225 calories, 0 mg cholesterol, and 7.7 g carbohydrates. It’s a very light bright looking salad that is not on a very sweeter side but at the same time has all the flavorsome healthy juices flowing. Tomatoes are a good source of Vitamin A, C, and K that help with the strengthening of the bones and tomatoes naturally have a very high water content making your skin look great.  Red Thai Chili has vitamin A that fights all infections and helps boost immunity.

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How to make Thai Spicy Tomato Salad

  1. Combine all the ingredients together in a large bowl and toss them well.
  2. Allow the salad to rest for a while at room temperature. Your Thai spicy tomato salad is ready to serve.

Thai Spicy Tomato Salad has a perfect blend of spicy, sweet, and sour flavors making it a wonderful dinner ideal for someone looking for weight loss. Time to indulge the richness of the Thai wonder!


Tomatoes have been a part of everyone’s journey where squeezing out the tomato for applying it over the skin used to be the fashion of the day. India is the largest producer of tomatoes in the world, the second one being China. Tomatoes were first seen in South America in 500 BC but since the plant is grown only in warm conditions, it took time for tomatoes to travel down to India and they paved their way into the 16th century. Since then, people have been consuming the red shining tomato in different forms.

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