This Mango Honey Ginger Dressing will add a sweet & spicy kick to any salad! Not only does this dressing bring the heat, it balances with the sweet…perfection.
My mango honey ginger dressing is my go-to when I want to give my summer salad that extra kick. The best part is just how healing this delicious dressing is.
Raw honey is very high in critical minerals such as calcium, potassium, zinc, selenium, phosphorus, chromium, molybdenum, and manganese. It is one of the most adaptogenic foods on the planet. In its raw form, honey is a powerful weapon against illness and infections.
Because bees collect from plant species all over, the fructose and glucose in raw honey contain over 200,000 undiscovered phytochemical compounds, including pathogen killers, phytochemicals that protect you from radiation damage, and anti-cancerous phytochemicals. Raw honey can actually stop cancer in its tracks. According to Medical Medium®, raw honey is one of the most powerful brain foods with its highly absorbable sugar and b12 coenzymes, and raw honey actually repairs DNA.
Honey is truly a medicinal gift to our planet.
Garlic is highly medicinal!
“One raw crushed clove of garlic contains the antibiotic equivalent of 100,000 units of penicillin”
– Anthony William, Life-Changing Foods
Additionally, garlic contains very strong antibiotic, anti-fungal, anti-cancer, and anti-viral properties. The allicin in garlic has been proven to significantly lower cholesterol and blood pressure. With strong anti-inflammatory properties, this tiny herb is critical for healing from any autoimmune disease.
Ginger contains powerful anti-inflammatory compounds called gingerols that reduce pain, inflammation, and swelling. While ginger is an amazing spice that naturally heals both inflammation and infection, ginger is best known for its incredible ability to heal digestive upset and nausea. For centuries, ginger has been used to safely ease indigestion, menstrual cramps, motion sickness, and heartburn. Isn’t it amazing that a spice we take for granted to give a warm, deliciously spicy flavor to our foods can contain so many healing properties?
Hot Peppers are very healing to the body. They are generally high in vitamin C and they help a lot with colds, flus, and bronchitis. They also boost circulation (ever see someone get red in their face after eating a hot pepper?) and helps with the heart as well. Hot peppers can help to create hydrochloric acid in the stomach and can stimulate peristaltic motion of the gut – think, have you ever needed to ‘go’ after eating hot peppers?
With the knowledge of healing power in this dressing, coupled with the incredible flavor burst it adds to any meal, you will want to have this on hand at all times.
Mango Honey Ginger Dressing
- High-speed blender
- 2 cups mangoes fresh or frozen
- 1 lime juiced
- 2 Tbsp raw honey
- 1 clove garlic
- ½ knob ginger
- hot pepper or cayenne powder to taste
- Blend all ingredients
You will never get tired of having a salad when it’s properly dressed. Having delicious options is critical for staying on a Medical Medium lifestyle. We all want delicious food, but when it’s healing, life-giving, and delicious…well, that’s the ultimate trifecta!
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Don’t forget to leave me comments about your experience making and using this versatile dressing, I’d love to hear from you!
To your health & happiness,
14 thoughts on “Mango Honey Ginger Dressing”
This is SO tasty, thank you!
Can this recipe and your Nanijam’s Aam Ki Mango Chutney recipe be canned (w/ mason jars) without growing unhealthy bacteria? Meaning does it contain enough glucose/sugar as a preservative?
I truly appreciate your answer, thank you!
Catherine, I am so glad you loved it! Grandma’s Aam Ki Chutney can be canned but not the mango honey ginger dressing.
Can you eat this with cooked food – steamed potatoes for example? Or is it not wise to mix it with cooked?
Yes, you can!
Wow! So many flavors…delicious!
Paige – I hope you enjoyed it!
Bonjour, Un grand merci pour cette recette. Pouvez vous me dire combien de temps se garde cette vinaigrette ? Je vous souhaite une très belle soirée. Pascale
It will keep for about 2 – 3 days
Does the recipe include mango? If so, how much?
Yes! We updated the recipe – it didn’t take the first time. Its now listed! Thank you for pointing it out.
Where is the mango? How much?
It is now listed, Erin!
It looks yummy, how much mango do you add please?
Mango is now listed!