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Although the servers provide salsa verde and fried plantains chips for the table, you should order plenty of appetizers. You’ll want to try them all, but you can’t go wrong with fresh Ceviche de Pescado with halibut, shrimp, octopus and mussels. Other favorites include the Palta Rellena, a creamy avocado stuffed with a vegetable salad on a bed of lettuce and Antichuchos (tender beef heart skewers served with dipping sauce and Adean corn). A pitcher of house made red sangria never hurts, either.

Photo by Antonia Drummond

Photo by Antonia Drummond

Photo by Antonia Drummond

Photo by Antonia Drummond

Dinner options range from scallops to pasta to fried plantains. The Langostinos al Ano Pasta, with shrimp, shaved garlic, bow tie past and aji rocotto cream sauce is rich but not heavy. Light sweetness from the creamy red sauce mixes seamlessly with salt from the shrimp and spice from the garlic.

Photo by Antonia Drummond

Photo by Antonia Drummond

Leave room for dessert because the sweet Pionono, a soft sponge cake rolled in manjarblanco and dusted with powdered sugar is a better way to end your night than any post-game.

Photo by Antonia Drummond

While Mango’s soft Peruvian music, candles, red and green color scheme and wooden ceiling are perfect for a date night, the entire front room is dedicated to a sports bar – television and all – which surprisingly does not ruin the mood. Although prices range outside of a typical student budget, Mango is a great place to treat yourself when you’re feeling a little fancy and don’t want to deal with a cab.

Photo by Antonia Drummond

Hours of Operation:
Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm
Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm/bar open til 1:30am
Sun: 4pm-9pm

Location: 1101 Lucas Ave, Saint Louis, MO, 63101-1159

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17 Mango Recipes to Celebrate Summer’s Most Luscious Fruit

A ripe mango is one of the most lush, fragrant, delicious fruits around—but as perfect as it is eaten right out of hand, it’s magnificent in recipes from drinks to dessert (raw or cooked). Even unripe green mangoes are great in certain applications, like salads and slaw. Below, some of the best mango recipes, both sweet and savory.

Since most of these do feature fresh, ripe mango, before you start, you’ll want to know how to pick a mango, and how to cut a mango too.

Zyliss Mango Splitter, $16 from Sur La Table

One tool that claims to make the job easier.

There are a few cases where you can use frozen mango instead—so there’s always some way to get a taste of your favorite fruit.

1. Mango Salsa

While hardly novel, our homemade Mango Salsa recipe is miles better than anything store-bought and worth getting right. You don’t even have to use a recipe if you stick to our rules for perfect salsa. Serve it with jerk chicken skewers, salmon burgers, carnitas tacos, or anything grilled, or simply scoop it up with chips.

2. Mango Lassi

Yogurt-enriched lassi is a refreshing summer drink from India, and this classic fruity version is especially nice on a warm, sunny day. Any type of mango works here, but if Ataulfo or honey mango is in season, it’s especially sweet. Get our Mango Lassi recipe.

3. Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber

Tired of your usual shrimp salad? Liven it up with soft, ripe mango and crisp cucumber, plus a cooling dose of fresh dill. You can serve it as a sandwich, but it’s especially good over crisp lettuce. Get our Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber recipe.

4. Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs

You won’t see the mangoes in this finished dish since they’re blitzed into the sauce, but they lend their sweet, complex flavor to balance out the spicy and savory notes for the glaze on the ribs. Get the Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs recipe.

5. Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad

Call it a salad or call it a slaw this texture-rich and flavor-packed mixture of mango, grapefruit, and jicama with a kick of cayenne and spark of lime is a perfect foil to richer foods from BBQ ribs to fried fish tacos. Get our Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad recipe.

6. Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad

You’ve heard of zoodles, but what about choodles? OK, so that name isn’t likely to take off, but thin strands of chayote squash can also stand in for pasta combined with thin slivers of ripe mango and red bell pepper, it’s a light and refreshing side for blackened tilapia—or whatever else you’re cooking. Get the Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad recipe from the “Inspiralized” cookbook. (If you can’t find chayote but can get green mango, that makes a good substitute for the squash!)

7. Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango and Avocado

Cubes of tender mango provide a sweet counterpoint to the curry and serrano pepper in this squid ceviche, served in an avocado bowl (though you can dice that too and mix it in if you prefer) for an extra cool and creamy touch. Get our Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango recipe.

8. Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango

Oatmeal is a breakfast stalwart, but if it’s seeming stale, try this whole grain tropical twist with ripe fruit and rich coconut milk. Get our Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango recipe. Or, if you’re not feeling farro, try our Slow Cooker Mango Tapioca Pudding recipe.


17 Mango Recipes to Celebrate Summer’s Most Luscious Fruit

A ripe mango is one of the most lush, fragrant, delicious fruits around—but as perfect as it is eaten right out of hand, it’s magnificent in recipes from drinks to dessert (raw or cooked). Even unripe green mangoes are great in certain applications, like salads and slaw. Below, some of the best mango recipes, both sweet and savory.

Since most of these do feature fresh, ripe mango, before you start, you’ll want to know how to pick a mango, and how to cut a mango too.

Zyliss Mango Splitter, $16 from Sur La Table

One tool that claims to make the job easier.

There are a few cases where you can use frozen mango instead—so there’s always some way to get a taste of your favorite fruit.

1. Mango Salsa

While hardly novel, our homemade Mango Salsa recipe is miles better than anything store-bought and worth getting right. You don’t even have to use a recipe if you stick to our rules for perfect salsa. Serve it with jerk chicken skewers, salmon burgers, carnitas tacos, or anything grilled, or simply scoop it up with chips.

2. Mango Lassi

Yogurt-enriched lassi is a refreshing summer drink from India, and this classic fruity version is especially nice on a warm, sunny day. Any type of mango works here, but if Ataulfo or honey mango is in season, it’s especially sweet. Get our Mango Lassi recipe.

3. Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber

Tired of your usual shrimp salad? Liven it up with soft, ripe mango and crisp cucumber, plus a cooling dose of fresh dill. You can serve it as a sandwich, but it’s especially good over crisp lettuce. Get our Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber recipe.

4. Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs

You won’t see the mangoes in this finished dish since they’re blitzed into the sauce, but they lend their sweet, complex flavor to balance out the spicy and savory notes for the glaze on the ribs. Get the Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs recipe.

5. Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad

Call it a salad or call it a slaw this texture-rich and flavor-packed mixture of mango, grapefruit, and jicama with a kick of cayenne and spark of lime is a perfect foil to richer foods from BBQ ribs to fried fish tacos. Get our Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad recipe.

6. Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad

You’ve heard of zoodles, but what about choodles? OK, so that name isn’t likely to take off, but thin strands of chayote squash can also stand in for pasta combined with thin slivers of ripe mango and red bell pepper, it’s a light and refreshing side for blackened tilapia—or whatever else you’re cooking. Get the Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad recipe from the “Inspiralized” cookbook. (If you can’t find chayote but can get green mango, that makes a good substitute for the squash!)

7. Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango and Avocado

Cubes of tender mango provide a sweet counterpoint to the curry and serrano pepper in this squid ceviche, served in an avocado bowl (though you can dice that too and mix it in if you prefer) for an extra cool and creamy touch. Get our Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango recipe.

8. Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango

Oatmeal is a breakfast stalwart, but if it’s seeming stale, try this whole grain tropical twist with ripe fruit and rich coconut milk. Get our Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango recipe. Or, if you’re not feeling farro, try our Slow Cooker Mango Tapioca Pudding recipe.


17 Mango Recipes to Celebrate Summer’s Most Luscious Fruit

A ripe mango is one of the most lush, fragrant, delicious fruits around—but as perfect as it is eaten right out of hand, it’s magnificent in recipes from drinks to dessert (raw or cooked). Even unripe green mangoes are great in certain applications, like salads and slaw. Below, some of the best mango recipes, both sweet and savory.

Since most of these do feature fresh, ripe mango, before you start, you’ll want to know how to pick a mango, and how to cut a mango too.

Zyliss Mango Splitter, $16 from Sur La Table

One tool that claims to make the job easier.

There are a few cases where you can use frozen mango instead—so there’s always some way to get a taste of your favorite fruit.

1. Mango Salsa

While hardly novel, our homemade Mango Salsa recipe is miles better than anything store-bought and worth getting right. You don’t even have to use a recipe if you stick to our rules for perfect salsa. Serve it with jerk chicken skewers, salmon burgers, carnitas tacos, or anything grilled, or simply scoop it up with chips.

2. Mango Lassi

Yogurt-enriched lassi is a refreshing summer drink from India, and this classic fruity version is especially nice on a warm, sunny day. Any type of mango works here, but if Ataulfo or honey mango is in season, it’s especially sweet. Get our Mango Lassi recipe.

3. Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber

Tired of your usual shrimp salad? Liven it up with soft, ripe mango and crisp cucumber, plus a cooling dose of fresh dill. You can serve it as a sandwich, but it’s especially good over crisp lettuce. Get our Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber recipe.

4. Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs

You won’t see the mangoes in this finished dish since they’re blitzed into the sauce, but they lend their sweet, complex flavor to balance out the spicy and savory notes for the glaze on the ribs. Get the Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs recipe.

5. Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad

Call it a salad or call it a slaw this texture-rich and flavor-packed mixture of mango, grapefruit, and jicama with a kick of cayenne and spark of lime is a perfect foil to richer foods from BBQ ribs to fried fish tacos. Get our Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad recipe.

6. Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad

You’ve heard of zoodles, but what about choodles? OK, so that name isn’t likely to take off, but thin strands of chayote squash can also stand in for pasta combined with thin slivers of ripe mango and red bell pepper, it’s a light and refreshing side for blackened tilapia—or whatever else you’re cooking. Get the Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad recipe from the “Inspiralized” cookbook. (If you can’t find chayote but can get green mango, that makes a good substitute for the squash!)

7. Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango and Avocado

Cubes of tender mango provide a sweet counterpoint to the curry and serrano pepper in this squid ceviche, served in an avocado bowl (though you can dice that too and mix it in if you prefer) for an extra cool and creamy touch. Get our Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango recipe.

8. Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango

Oatmeal is a breakfast stalwart, but if it’s seeming stale, try this whole grain tropical twist with ripe fruit and rich coconut milk. Get our Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango recipe. Or, if you’re not feeling farro, try our Slow Cooker Mango Tapioca Pudding recipe.


17 Mango Recipes to Celebrate Summer’s Most Luscious Fruit

A ripe mango is one of the most lush, fragrant, delicious fruits around—but as perfect as it is eaten right out of hand, it’s magnificent in recipes from drinks to dessert (raw or cooked). Even unripe green mangoes are great in certain applications, like salads and slaw. Below, some of the best mango recipes, both sweet and savory.

Since most of these do feature fresh, ripe mango, before you start, you’ll want to know how to pick a mango, and how to cut a mango too.

Zyliss Mango Splitter, $16 from Sur La Table

One tool that claims to make the job easier.

There are a few cases where you can use frozen mango instead—so there’s always some way to get a taste of your favorite fruit.

1. Mango Salsa

While hardly novel, our homemade Mango Salsa recipe is miles better than anything store-bought and worth getting right. You don’t even have to use a recipe if you stick to our rules for perfect salsa. Serve it with jerk chicken skewers, salmon burgers, carnitas tacos, or anything grilled, or simply scoop it up with chips.

2. Mango Lassi

Yogurt-enriched lassi is a refreshing summer drink from India, and this classic fruity version is especially nice on a warm, sunny day. Any type of mango works here, but if Ataulfo or honey mango is in season, it’s especially sweet. Get our Mango Lassi recipe.

3. Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber

Tired of your usual shrimp salad? Liven it up with soft, ripe mango and crisp cucumber, plus a cooling dose of fresh dill. You can serve it as a sandwich, but it’s especially good over crisp lettuce. Get our Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber recipe.

4. Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs

You won’t see the mangoes in this finished dish since they’re blitzed into the sauce, but they lend their sweet, complex flavor to balance out the spicy and savory notes for the glaze on the ribs. Get the Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs recipe.

5. Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad

Call it a salad or call it a slaw this texture-rich and flavor-packed mixture of mango, grapefruit, and jicama with a kick of cayenne and spark of lime is a perfect foil to richer foods from BBQ ribs to fried fish tacos. Get our Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad recipe.

6. Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad

You’ve heard of zoodles, but what about choodles? OK, so that name isn’t likely to take off, but thin strands of chayote squash can also stand in for pasta combined with thin slivers of ripe mango and red bell pepper, it’s a light and refreshing side for blackened tilapia—or whatever else you’re cooking. Get the Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad recipe from the “Inspiralized” cookbook. (If you can’t find chayote but can get green mango, that makes a good substitute for the squash!)

7. Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango and Avocado

Cubes of tender mango provide a sweet counterpoint to the curry and serrano pepper in this squid ceviche, served in an avocado bowl (though you can dice that too and mix it in if you prefer) for an extra cool and creamy touch. Get our Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango recipe.

8. Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango

Oatmeal is a breakfast stalwart, but if it’s seeming stale, try this whole grain tropical twist with ripe fruit and rich coconut milk. Get our Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango recipe. Or, if you’re not feeling farro, try our Slow Cooker Mango Tapioca Pudding recipe.


17 Mango Recipes to Celebrate Summer’s Most Luscious Fruit

A ripe mango is one of the most lush, fragrant, delicious fruits around—but as perfect as it is eaten right out of hand, it’s magnificent in recipes from drinks to dessert (raw or cooked). Even unripe green mangoes are great in certain applications, like salads and slaw. Below, some of the best mango recipes, both sweet and savory.

Since most of these do feature fresh, ripe mango, before you start, you’ll want to know how to pick a mango, and how to cut a mango too.

Zyliss Mango Splitter, $16 from Sur La Table

One tool that claims to make the job easier.

There are a few cases where you can use frozen mango instead—so there’s always some way to get a taste of your favorite fruit.

1. Mango Salsa

While hardly novel, our homemade Mango Salsa recipe is miles better than anything store-bought and worth getting right. You don’t even have to use a recipe if you stick to our rules for perfect salsa. Serve it with jerk chicken skewers, salmon burgers, carnitas tacos, or anything grilled, or simply scoop it up with chips.

2. Mango Lassi

Yogurt-enriched lassi is a refreshing summer drink from India, and this classic fruity version is especially nice on a warm, sunny day. Any type of mango works here, but if Ataulfo or honey mango is in season, it’s especially sweet. Get our Mango Lassi recipe.

3. Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber

Tired of your usual shrimp salad? Liven it up with soft, ripe mango and crisp cucumber, plus a cooling dose of fresh dill. You can serve it as a sandwich, but it’s especially good over crisp lettuce. Get our Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber recipe.

4. Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs

You won’t see the mangoes in this finished dish since they’re blitzed into the sauce, but they lend their sweet, complex flavor to balance out the spicy and savory notes for the glaze on the ribs. Get the Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs recipe.

5. Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad

Call it a salad or call it a slaw this texture-rich and flavor-packed mixture of mango, grapefruit, and jicama with a kick of cayenne and spark of lime is a perfect foil to richer foods from BBQ ribs to fried fish tacos. Get our Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad recipe.

6. Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad

You’ve heard of zoodles, but what about choodles? OK, so that name isn’t likely to take off, but thin strands of chayote squash can also stand in for pasta combined with thin slivers of ripe mango and red bell pepper, it’s a light and refreshing side for blackened tilapia—or whatever else you’re cooking. Get the Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad recipe from the “Inspiralized” cookbook. (If you can’t find chayote but can get green mango, that makes a good substitute for the squash!)

7. Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango and Avocado

Cubes of tender mango provide a sweet counterpoint to the curry and serrano pepper in this squid ceviche, served in an avocado bowl (though you can dice that too and mix it in if you prefer) for an extra cool and creamy touch. Get our Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango recipe.

8. Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango

Oatmeal is a breakfast stalwart, but if it’s seeming stale, try this whole grain tropical twist with ripe fruit and rich coconut milk. Get our Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango recipe. Or, if you’re not feeling farro, try our Slow Cooker Mango Tapioca Pudding recipe.


17 Mango Recipes to Celebrate Summer’s Most Luscious Fruit

A ripe mango is one of the most lush, fragrant, delicious fruits around—but as perfect as it is eaten right out of hand, it’s magnificent in recipes from drinks to dessert (raw or cooked). Even unripe green mangoes are great in certain applications, like salads and slaw. Below, some of the best mango recipes, both sweet and savory.

Since most of these do feature fresh, ripe mango, before you start, you’ll want to know how to pick a mango, and how to cut a mango too.

Zyliss Mango Splitter, $16 from Sur La Table

One tool that claims to make the job easier.

There are a few cases where you can use frozen mango instead—so there’s always some way to get a taste of your favorite fruit.

1. Mango Salsa

While hardly novel, our homemade Mango Salsa recipe is miles better than anything store-bought and worth getting right. You don’t even have to use a recipe if you stick to our rules for perfect salsa. Serve it with jerk chicken skewers, salmon burgers, carnitas tacos, or anything grilled, or simply scoop it up with chips.

2. Mango Lassi

Yogurt-enriched lassi is a refreshing summer drink from India, and this classic fruity version is especially nice on a warm, sunny day. Any type of mango works here, but if Ataulfo or honey mango is in season, it’s especially sweet. Get our Mango Lassi recipe.

3. Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber

Tired of your usual shrimp salad? Liven it up with soft, ripe mango and crisp cucumber, plus a cooling dose of fresh dill. You can serve it as a sandwich, but it’s especially good over crisp lettuce. Get our Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber recipe.

4. Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs

You won’t see the mangoes in this finished dish since they’re blitzed into the sauce, but they lend their sweet, complex flavor to balance out the spicy and savory notes for the glaze on the ribs. Get the Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs recipe.

5. Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad

Call it a salad or call it a slaw this texture-rich and flavor-packed mixture of mango, grapefruit, and jicama with a kick of cayenne and spark of lime is a perfect foil to richer foods from BBQ ribs to fried fish tacos. Get our Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad recipe.

6. Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad

You’ve heard of zoodles, but what about choodles? OK, so that name isn’t likely to take off, but thin strands of chayote squash can also stand in for pasta combined with thin slivers of ripe mango and red bell pepper, it’s a light and refreshing side for blackened tilapia—or whatever else you’re cooking. Get the Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad recipe from the “Inspiralized” cookbook. (If you can’t find chayote but can get green mango, that makes a good substitute for the squash!)

7. Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango and Avocado

Cubes of tender mango provide a sweet counterpoint to the curry and serrano pepper in this squid ceviche, served in an avocado bowl (though you can dice that too and mix it in if you prefer) for an extra cool and creamy touch. Get our Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango recipe.

8. Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango

Oatmeal is a breakfast stalwart, but if it’s seeming stale, try this whole grain tropical twist with ripe fruit and rich coconut milk. Get our Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango recipe. Or, if you’re not feeling farro, try our Slow Cooker Mango Tapioca Pudding recipe.


17 Mango Recipes to Celebrate Summer’s Most Luscious Fruit

A ripe mango is one of the most lush, fragrant, delicious fruits around—but as perfect as it is eaten right out of hand, it’s magnificent in recipes from drinks to dessert (raw or cooked). Even unripe green mangoes are great in certain applications, like salads and slaw. Below, some of the best mango recipes, both sweet and savory.

Since most of these do feature fresh, ripe mango, before you start, you’ll want to know how to pick a mango, and how to cut a mango too.

Zyliss Mango Splitter, $16 from Sur La Table

One tool that claims to make the job easier.

There are a few cases where you can use frozen mango instead—so there’s always some way to get a taste of your favorite fruit.

1. Mango Salsa

While hardly novel, our homemade Mango Salsa recipe is miles better than anything store-bought and worth getting right. You don’t even have to use a recipe if you stick to our rules for perfect salsa. Serve it with jerk chicken skewers, salmon burgers, carnitas tacos, or anything grilled, or simply scoop it up with chips.

2. Mango Lassi

Yogurt-enriched lassi is a refreshing summer drink from India, and this classic fruity version is especially nice on a warm, sunny day. Any type of mango works here, but if Ataulfo or honey mango is in season, it’s especially sweet. Get our Mango Lassi recipe.

3. Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber

Tired of your usual shrimp salad? Liven it up with soft, ripe mango and crisp cucumber, plus a cooling dose of fresh dill. You can serve it as a sandwich, but it’s especially good over crisp lettuce. Get our Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber recipe.

4. Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs

You won’t see the mangoes in this finished dish since they’re blitzed into the sauce, but they lend their sweet, complex flavor to balance out the spicy and savory notes for the glaze on the ribs. Get the Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs recipe.

5. Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad

Call it a salad or call it a slaw this texture-rich and flavor-packed mixture of mango, grapefruit, and jicama with a kick of cayenne and spark of lime is a perfect foil to richer foods from BBQ ribs to fried fish tacos. Get our Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad recipe.

6. Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad

You’ve heard of zoodles, but what about choodles? OK, so that name isn’t likely to take off, but thin strands of chayote squash can also stand in for pasta combined with thin slivers of ripe mango and red bell pepper, it’s a light and refreshing side for blackened tilapia—or whatever else you’re cooking. Get the Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad recipe from the “Inspiralized” cookbook. (If you can’t find chayote but can get green mango, that makes a good substitute for the squash!)

7. Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango and Avocado

Cubes of tender mango provide a sweet counterpoint to the curry and serrano pepper in this squid ceviche, served in an avocado bowl (though you can dice that too and mix it in if you prefer) for an extra cool and creamy touch. Get our Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango recipe.

8. Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango

Oatmeal is a breakfast stalwart, but if it’s seeming stale, try this whole grain tropical twist with ripe fruit and rich coconut milk. Get our Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango recipe. Or, if you’re not feeling farro, try our Slow Cooker Mango Tapioca Pudding recipe.


17 Mango Recipes to Celebrate Summer’s Most Luscious Fruit

A ripe mango is one of the most lush, fragrant, delicious fruits around—but as perfect as it is eaten right out of hand, it’s magnificent in recipes from drinks to dessert (raw or cooked). Even unripe green mangoes are great in certain applications, like salads and slaw. Below, some of the best mango recipes, both sweet and savory.

Since most of these do feature fresh, ripe mango, before you start, you’ll want to know how to pick a mango, and how to cut a mango too.

Zyliss Mango Splitter, $16 from Sur La Table

One tool that claims to make the job easier.

There are a few cases where you can use frozen mango instead—so there’s always some way to get a taste of your favorite fruit.

1. Mango Salsa

While hardly novel, our homemade Mango Salsa recipe is miles better than anything store-bought and worth getting right. You don’t even have to use a recipe if you stick to our rules for perfect salsa. Serve it with jerk chicken skewers, salmon burgers, carnitas tacos, or anything grilled, or simply scoop it up with chips.

2. Mango Lassi

Yogurt-enriched lassi is a refreshing summer drink from India, and this classic fruity version is especially nice on a warm, sunny day. Any type of mango works here, but if Ataulfo or honey mango is in season, it’s especially sweet. Get our Mango Lassi recipe.

3. Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber

Tired of your usual shrimp salad? Liven it up with soft, ripe mango and crisp cucumber, plus a cooling dose of fresh dill. You can serve it as a sandwich, but it’s especially good over crisp lettuce. Get our Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber recipe.

4. Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs

You won’t see the mangoes in this finished dish since they’re blitzed into the sauce, but they lend their sweet, complex flavor to balance out the spicy and savory notes for the glaze on the ribs. Get the Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs recipe.

5. Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad

Call it a salad or call it a slaw this texture-rich and flavor-packed mixture of mango, grapefruit, and jicama with a kick of cayenne and spark of lime is a perfect foil to richer foods from BBQ ribs to fried fish tacos. Get our Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad recipe.

6. Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad

You’ve heard of zoodles, but what about choodles? OK, so that name isn’t likely to take off, but thin strands of chayote squash can also stand in for pasta combined with thin slivers of ripe mango and red bell pepper, it’s a light and refreshing side for blackened tilapia—or whatever else you’re cooking. Get the Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad recipe from the “Inspiralized” cookbook. (If you can’t find chayote but can get green mango, that makes a good substitute for the squash!)

7. Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango and Avocado

Cubes of tender mango provide a sweet counterpoint to the curry and serrano pepper in this squid ceviche, served in an avocado bowl (though you can dice that too and mix it in if you prefer) for an extra cool and creamy touch. Get our Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango recipe.

8. Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango

Oatmeal is a breakfast stalwart, but if it’s seeming stale, try this whole grain tropical twist with ripe fruit and rich coconut milk. Get our Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango recipe. Or, if you’re not feeling farro, try our Slow Cooker Mango Tapioca Pudding recipe.


17 Mango Recipes to Celebrate Summer’s Most Luscious Fruit

A ripe mango is one of the most lush, fragrant, delicious fruits around—but as perfect as it is eaten right out of hand, it’s magnificent in recipes from drinks to dessert (raw or cooked). Even unripe green mangoes are great in certain applications, like salads and slaw. Below, some of the best mango recipes, both sweet and savory.

Since most of these do feature fresh, ripe mango, before you start, you’ll want to know how to pick a mango, and how to cut a mango too.

Zyliss Mango Splitter, $16 from Sur La Table

One tool that claims to make the job easier.

There are a few cases where you can use frozen mango instead—so there’s always some way to get a taste of your favorite fruit.

1. Mango Salsa

While hardly novel, our homemade Mango Salsa recipe is miles better than anything store-bought and worth getting right. You don’t even have to use a recipe if you stick to our rules for perfect salsa. Serve it with jerk chicken skewers, salmon burgers, carnitas tacos, or anything grilled, or simply scoop it up with chips.

2. Mango Lassi

Yogurt-enriched lassi is a refreshing summer drink from India, and this classic fruity version is especially nice on a warm, sunny day. Any type of mango works here, but if Ataulfo or honey mango is in season, it’s especially sweet. Get our Mango Lassi recipe.

3. Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber

Tired of your usual shrimp salad? Liven it up with soft, ripe mango and crisp cucumber, plus a cooling dose of fresh dill. You can serve it as a sandwich, but it’s especially good over crisp lettuce. Get our Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber recipe.

4. Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs

You won’t see the mangoes in this finished dish since they’re blitzed into the sauce, but they lend their sweet, complex flavor to balance out the spicy and savory notes for the glaze on the ribs. Get the Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs recipe.

5. Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad

Call it a salad or call it a slaw this texture-rich and flavor-packed mixture of mango, grapefruit, and jicama with a kick of cayenne and spark of lime is a perfect foil to richer foods from BBQ ribs to fried fish tacos. Get our Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad recipe.

6. Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad

You’ve heard of zoodles, but what about choodles? OK, so that name isn’t likely to take off, but thin strands of chayote squash can also stand in for pasta combined with thin slivers of ripe mango and red bell pepper, it’s a light and refreshing side for blackened tilapia—or whatever else you’re cooking. Get the Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad recipe from the “Inspiralized” cookbook. (If you can’t find chayote but can get green mango, that makes a good substitute for the squash!)

7. Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango and Avocado

Cubes of tender mango provide a sweet counterpoint to the curry and serrano pepper in this squid ceviche, served in an avocado bowl (though you can dice that too and mix it in if you prefer) for an extra cool and creamy touch. Get our Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango recipe.

8. Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango

Oatmeal is a breakfast stalwart, but if it’s seeming stale, try this whole grain tropical twist with ripe fruit and rich coconut milk. Get our Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango recipe. Or, if you’re not feeling farro, try our Slow Cooker Mango Tapioca Pudding recipe.


17 Mango Recipes to Celebrate Summer’s Most Luscious Fruit

A ripe mango is one of the most lush, fragrant, delicious fruits around—but as perfect as it is eaten right out of hand, it’s magnificent in recipes from drinks to dessert (raw or cooked). Even unripe green mangoes are great in certain applications, like salads and slaw. Below, some of the best mango recipes, both sweet and savory.

Since most of these do feature fresh, ripe mango, before you start, you’ll want to know how to pick a mango, and how to cut a mango too.

Zyliss Mango Splitter, $16 from Sur La Table

One tool that claims to make the job easier.

There are a few cases where you can use frozen mango instead—so there’s always some way to get a taste of your favorite fruit.

1. Mango Salsa

While hardly novel, our homemade Mango Salsa recipe is miles better than anything store-bought and worth getting right. You don’t even have to use a recipe if you stick to our rules for perfect salsa. Serve it with jerk chicken skewers, salmon burgers, carnitas tacos, or anything grilled, or simply scoop it up with chips.

2. Mango Lassi

Yogurt-enriched lassi is a refreshing summer drink from India, and this classic fruity version is especially nice on a warm, sunny day. Any type of mango works here, but if Ataulfo or honey mango is in season, it’s especially sweet. Get our Mango Lassi recipe.

3. Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber

Tired of your usual shrimp salad? Liven it up with soft, ripe mango and crisp cucumber, plus a cooling dose of fresh dill. You can serve it as a sandwich, but it’s especially good over crisp lettuce. Get our Shrimp Salad with Mango and Cucumber recipe.

4. Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs

You won’t see the mangoes in this finished dish since they’re blitzed into the sauce, but they lend their sweet, complex flavor to balance out the spicy and savory notes for the glaze on the ribs. Get the Mango Jalapeño BBQ Pork Ribs recipe.

5. Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad

Call it a salad or call it a slaw this texture-rich and flavor-packed mixture of mango, grapefruit, and jicama with a kick of cayenne and spark of lime is a perfect foil to richer foods from BBQ ribs to fried fish tacos. Get our Spicy Jicama, Grapefruit, and Mango Salad recipe.

6. Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad

You’ve heard of zoodles, but what about choodles? OK, so that name isn’t likely to take off, but thin strands of chayote squash can also stand in for pasta combined with thin slivers of ripe mango and red bell pepper, it’s a light and refreshing side for blackened tilapia—or whatever else you’re cooking. Get the Blackened Tilapia with Chayote Mango Pasta Salad recipe from the “Inspiralized” cookbook. (If you can’t find chayote but can get green mango, that makes a good substitute for the squash!)

7. Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango and Avocado

Cubes of tender mango provide a sweet counterpoint to the curry and serrano pepper in this squid ceviche, served in an avocado bowl (though you can dice that too and mix it in if you prefer) for an extra cool and creamy touch. Get our Curried Calamari Ceviche with Mango recipe.

8. Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango

Oatmeal is a breakfast stalwart, but if it’s seeming stale, try this whole grain tropical twist with ripe fruit and rich coconut milk. Get our Coconut Farro Porridge with Mango recipe. Or, if you’re not feeling farro, try our Slow Cooker Mango Tapioca Pudding recipe.


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