Recipe: Fan of leafy dishes? Try Lots of Delicious Flavors in Som Tam Salad

From controlling blood sugar to contributing substantially to weight loss, feeling energized, lowering bad cholesterol, normalizing bowel movements, and more, eating a bowl full of fresh leafy green salad is packed full of benefits. health benefits. Few people know that it is not only good for your stomach, but also increases your appetite.

They say eat shit feel shit but eat healthy feel healthy and so this Monday we’re giving fitness a shot with a tasty twist with this Som Tam Salad Bowl that serves 2 and only takes 15 minutes to prepare. Whether you are a big fan of leaf dishes or not, try this recipe full of delicious flavors in Som Tam Salad and thank us later.


Raw papaya 100g

Carrot 05gms

Beans 05g

Red chilli – fresh 03gms

Garlic 03g

Peanut (roasted) 10g

Palm sugar 05g

Kikkoman Soya 05ml

Lemon 05ml

Coriander – fresh 03gms


Peel and julienne the papaya, carrot and beans and put them in ice water for 05 minutes. In a bowl, combine the palm sugar, soy, red pepper, garlic and lemon juice.

Remove the papaya and vegetables from the ice water bath after 05 minutes, drain them and mix them with the palm sugar mixture. Garnish with cilantro and roasted peanuts.

(Recipe: Chef Shankar Devnath, Executive Chef)


Papaya is a rich source of fiber and contains high levels of antioxidants, vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin E. Its consumption reduces the risk of heart disease, diabetes and cancer while improving digestion, control of blood sugar in people with diabetes and wound healing with lower blood pressure.

Carrots are good for the eyes as they keep them healthy, protect them from the sun, reduce the risk of cataracts and other eye problems. Besides being very nutritious with beta-carotene, fiber, vitamin K1, potassium and antioxidants, carrots promote weight loss and are also linked to lower cholesterol levels.

green beans are rich in folate, antioxidants and full of protein, a vital nutrient that plays a key role in maintaining and repairing the body. They help control appetite, promote heart health, prevent fatty liver disease, reduce cancer risk, and help stabilize diabetes and glucose metabolism.

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