A dicing how-to for this delicate (and legendary) fruit.
Hailed as the “king of all fruits,” mangos (MANG-gohs) have been cultivated in India since at least 2000 B.C. In India, mango trees hold sacred status. Among the more colorful legends is one from Vedic literature in which Surya Bai, the daughter of the sun, becomes a golden lotus to escape an evil sorceress. When the King falls in love with the lotus, the sorceress promptly burns it down. From the ashes springs a mango tree, yet another source of enchantment. Finally, its ripe fruit falls to the ground, and Surya Bai steps out from it, recognized by the King as his long lost wife.
For a creamier version of this dessert, pour a little coconut milk over each serving.
Perfect for Spring, packaged puff pastry and ripe mangoes star in this new take on a classic French dessert.
Crunchy-crusted fish topped with fresh fruit salsa is a seaside celebration on the plate.
Use this refreshing summery relish as a condiment for fish or grilled chicken.
A delightful combination of colorful fruit takes homemade shortcakes beyond strawberries.
Taking the ho-hum out of mint jelly, tropical fruit and fresh mint provide a tasty wake-up call to the palate.
Super-speedy, this mango relish goes well with grilled meat.
Sweet-savory bites for dinner or a party.