Mango Recipes: How to Make Mango Salsa for a Quick Summer Meal
Summer is here and you will find our fruit baskets filled with ripe mangoes. Dubbed the king of fruits, it is perhaps the most popular fruit around the globe. In fact, it would be no exaggeration to say that summer in India is not complete without enjoying a mango. Whether ripe or raw, we like to get the most out of this stone throughout the growing season. While raw mangoes are mainly used to make chutneys, achaar, sabzi and more, ripe mangoes are enjoyed as such. All you need to do is wash a ripe mango, peel it and enjoy! Already sucked? The most fascinating part is, we find a huge variety of mangoes all over India, growing one after another throughout the season. And if you’re like us, then you also love to make the most of it in any way you can. Besides having delicious mangoes, we can also make a lot of dishes with fruits. Take for example mango milkshakes and mango candies. There’s no denying that simply adding a few slices of mango to our regular milkshakes and banh khot recipes adds flavor and flavor in no time. Then we have the classic mango cake, mango candy and more. That’s not all.
We also love experimenting with our mango recipes. And a recent experiment that made us happy and satisfied is the mango salsa. You heard us. An abridged version of the popular Mexican dip, mango salsa adds just the right amount of sweetness to the dish to make it taste-perfect. It sounds delicious; right So, without further ado, let’s take a look at the recipe.
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Special recipe for summer: How to make Mango Salsa
To start, peel the mango and cut the flesh into small dices. Place minced red onion, green pepper, coriander and green onion in a bowl. Add chopped mango.
Then drizzle lemon juice, salt, black pepper and olive oil on top and mix well. Garnish with some pomegranate seeds and serve.
You can have it as is or combine it with nachos, toast or plain roti – you have plenty of options to experiment with.
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