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    8 mangos!

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    I was just given 8 mangos and I have no idea what to do with them.

    Does anyone have a good mango recipe?

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    EAT THEM!

    Make mango ice cream? Dunno if you can do it the same as banana ice cream, but maybe try slicing it up into very small chunks, freezing it, then destroying in blender/food processor into soft serve consistency.
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    I made a strawberry mango ice cream with raw honey as the sweetener and only used 1/4 cup for 1/2 gallon. Vanilla, some heavy whipping cream and half/half. (I used a basic custard ice cream recipe, substituting the honey for sugar). I'm now wondering if coconut milk instead of half/half would make it a more tropical yummy delight??? mmmmmmm

    Mangos are great sliced and cooked with pork and chicken in some butter with a wee bit of fresh garlic. I've also diced them really small and included them in my homemade salsa.

    However you eat them, enjoy, mmmm !

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    Thanks girls! I do have some pork chops. I'll try to get creative.

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    Mango recipe?

    Slice, eat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilary View Post
    Mango recipe?

    Slice, eat?
    add HWC or coconut milk
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    If they are unripe (green) you can make a fabulous thai mango salad:
    Salad - Thai Green Mango Salad Recipe

    If they are juicy ripe, peel and eat with your hands! Preferably in the bathtub so you don't have to clean up after LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    add HWC or coconut milk
    This is all getting a bit complicated for me. However, I can also contribute a recipe for thick cream: open pot, eat. (Spoon optional.)

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    green smoothie:

    one mango, 1/3 pkg frozen spinach, 1 cup almond milk, 1 scoop protein powder (chocolate is especially yummy in this recipe)

    kale goes really well with mango smoothies also

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    oh and just found this from one of my favorite bloggers:
    her recipe got picked up from Tropical Traditions...

    Free Coconut Recipes: Tropical Cheesecake Truffles

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