Mangos are delicious! Since they’re available year-round and so versatile, I use them quite often in my recipes, but I also enjoy slicing them for a snack. A one-cup serving of mango is just 100 calories and provides 100% of your daily vitamin C, 35% of your daily vitamin A and 12% of your daily fiber.
If you love the taste of mangos and want to learn how to prepare and serve them in delicious new ways, join us for the #MasterTheMango Twitter Party October 8 at 1pm ET/ 12 pm CT.
Join the #MasterTheMango Twitter Party!
DATE: Wednesday, October 8
TIME: 1:00 – 2:00 PM ET
PRIZES: 10 sets that include a Kuhn Paring Knife, Fruit Scoop, Mangos & Le Creuset Utensil Holder ($50 value)
RSVP/RULES: #MasterTheMango Twitter Party
These Mango Turkey Sliders are fantastic, and we’ll be sharing all kinds of recipe ideas like this at the party.
Don’t judge a mango by its color – red does not mean ripe.
Squeeze gently to judge ripeness.
A ripe mango will “give” slightly and a firm mango will ripen at room temperature over a few days.
To speed up ripening, place mangos in a paper bag at room temperature.
Once ripe, mangos can be moved to the refrigerator to slow down ripening for several days.
If you don’t know how to cut and slice a mango yet, take a look at this video. It makes it so easy!
I hope to see you at the #MasterTheMango Twitter Party October 8 at 1 pm ET.