top of page

Tropical Tango Summer Salad

For the most part of my life, I have been in a constant conflict with the weighing scale. And also for the most part of my adult life, I have seriously hated salads.

Like how can you gather your greens, chop up the veggies, and toss in the most ambitious of dressings, hoping that each bite will magically melt away the pounds? It's a heroic attempt to resist the seductive calls of pizza, burgers, and all things deep-fried.

But things did come down to shove. My body started telling me "Stop the junk!" and I started looking for healthy snacking options....tried out a few salad recipes at home. In the beginning. it was difficult, replacing the "deep fried" crunch with the "fresh and green" crunch, but gradually with the right recipes, salads became a go-to snacking option.

The best part is, I have found out a few easy recipes which doesn't take a lot of time to prepare, and are perfect to keep myself full and yet satisfy my taste buds with a riot of flavors. The Tropical Tango Salad is one of them. Trust me this easy and joyful salad recipe has made my life so much easy. I just store the chopped veggies and fruits in the refrigerator so that I can easily prepare the salad whenever I feel like snacking.

Preparation time: 5 - 7 Minutes


  • 1 Small Bowl of Chopped Lettuce

  • 1 Small Bowl of Chopped Cucumber

  • 1/2 Small Bowl of Watermelon

  • 1/2 Small Bowl of Mangoes

  • Handful of Cherry Tomatoes

  • 1/2 Chopped Onion (Only if you prefer)

  • Handful of Grapes

  • Handful of Olives

  • Handful of Chopped Brazilian / Pine nuts (You can use any nuts of your choice)

Salad Dressing: (Mix everything together in a small bowl to prepare the dressing)

  • 1 tablespoon of of olive oil

  • 2 tablespoon of honey mustard sauce (I generally use a store bought one to save time. You can also make it at home by blending mustard and honey together in a mixer/pestle)

  • 1 tablespoon of Balsamic Vinegar

  • A squeeze of lime

  • Salt and pepper to taste


  1. Toss in all the veggies, fruits and nuts in a large bowl.

  2. Pour in the salad dressing

  3. Mix, mix, mix

Enjoy your Tropical Tango! Well yes, its that easy to make, and its super healthy too. This is also a great snacking option for kids!

9 views0 comments


bottom of page