Nothing tastes more summery than the first bite of mango.
Whether you prefer juicy and sweet or firm and tangy mangoes, mangoes have a lot to offer. You can eat it as it is, use it as the main ingredient in salads, make desserts, or break it up into drinks.
We’ve put together a list of delicious recipes to get the most out of your mangoes this season.
But before you start cooking, you might be wondering how best to store mangoes that you won’t be using right away. Especially if you are lucky enough to have the entire tray.
Karen Dean, a mango farmer in the Northern Territory, previously told ABC Everyday that if you don’t plan to eat mangoes in the next 24 hours, Store in refrigerator.
However, if your mangoes need more time to ripen, we recommend storing them in the sun between 18 and 22 degrees Celsius.
This light and fruity salad has a lot of crunch and crunch thanks to the colorful cabbage and snow peas.
Mango balances the tangy tahini-based sauce with a pop of sweetness.
Hetty McKinnon says the secret to using mangoes in a flavorful salad like this is to “pick the ones that are ripe but firm.”
This recipe is perfect for warmer days when cooking on a hot stove is too much of a hassle.
What saves time in this recipe is hot charcoal-grilled chicken tossed with pomegranate molasses, which you can find in the international section of any supermarket or swap for honey.
The smooth, buttery garlic bread served on the side makes this meal satisfying to every tummy.
This is one delicious dessert! It’s by Alice Zaslavsky and will whet your taste buds.
Rich coconut cream glides over sago pearls, layered with layers of sweet, juicy mango slices.
This dessert takes a little longer than the other recipes listed here, but it’s worth the wait.
If you are looking for a slightly richer dessert, Try this delightful macadamia and mango cake for afternoon tea.
If you love delicious chutneys, this recipe won’t disappoint.
This mango chutney delight would make a great addition to your Christmas Day spread. But if you don’t want to wait too long to try it out, why not pop it on your breakfast toast?
It’s easy to make and packs a big punch with the help of chilies, garlic, ginger and apple cider vinegar.
So if you want to start preparing Christmas gifts, you can cook and bottle this chutney in time for the big day. You can do the same with other fruits and vegetables.
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https://www.abc.net.au/everyday/four-simple-breakfast-lunch-dinner-mango-recipes/101634590 Just bought a tray of mangoes?Put them to good use with these 4 delicious recipes