April 19, 2013 8:23am CST
My father sent a box of mango yesterday. It's from a tree I planted before I left the province and work in the city. The fruit is sweet and delicious. I already gave some to friends and neighbors, yet there still a lot left. What do you think I should do with it? Do you have any recipe that includes mango in it that i can try?
19 Apr 13
Make it for tiramisu toppings. Search for the graham cake recipes and ripe mango for toppings will surely make it great. I love ripe mangoes for graham cakes, toppings and stuff between the biscuits.
19 Apr 13
You can make some pickle with the green ones.pickling also known as brining or corning, is the process of preserving food by anaerobic fermentation in brine to produce lactic acid or marinating and storing in a acid solution,usually vinegar.
22 Apr 13
Thanks for the ideas! I read these one too late. Didn't have the chance to go online these weekend. The green ones are now ripe so I'll just try the tiramisu. Maybe next year I'll make pickles.
20 Apr 13
Well, if it is a ripe mango you can make mango float out of it. Or you can have it shake that's so great for this summer season!
25 Apr 13
hello there,i can say that mango is not my favourite fruit and i don't now recipe with mango.
4 May 13
I suggest you use a ripe mango for this recipe because the sugar content in the fruit will be higher, giving the dressing a sweet and refreshing edge. You will need: - 1/2 cup pureed Champagne® mango (from 1 small mango, peeled and seeded) - 2 tbsp of coconut milk (available in canned form in most grocery stores) - 1/2 tsp curry power or massaman curry paste - Juice and zest of 1 lime - 1/4 cup white vinegar - 1 cup vegetable oil - Salt & Pepper Directions: In a home blender or food processor, blend all ingredients together except oil. Slowly drizzle in oil to emulsify the dressing, then add salt and pepper to taste. Transfer to a serving dish or serve over your favorite salad
19 Apr 13
some are still green but will be ripe in a few days. love to but I am afraid I don't know where to send :D
24 Apr 13
If you really have a lot of them, try giving out to the needy kids in nearby area. They'd love to get their hands on mangoes. Plus their content hearts will shower blessings on you. All the best ! :)