Mango Recipes To Make All Summer
Edible at most stages of ripeness, their flavor shifts dramatically as they soften. These recipes celebrate the remarkably broad spectrum of mango-based dishes—whether they're eaten while still green in a Thai salad, baked into a bread, or pureed into a refreshing cocktail, mangos have a bright, tropical flavor that can't be beat. Laura Sant
In this two-ingredient sorbet, ripe champagne mangoes, also known as ataulfo mangoes, need only a bit of sugar to shine. Get the recipe for
This Cambodian chicken salad is bolstered by crisp green mango, roasted peanuts, and fresh herbs with a signature Southeast Asian sweet–sour–savory dressing.
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A spicy mango syrup and a touch of saline solution are teamed with the usual rum and Campari in this modern take on the classic tiki cocktail Jungle Bird.
This ceviche dish is inspired by “palta,” as the combination of salmon and avocado is known in Lima, where it’s a popular sushi roll order at Japanese restaurants. Get the recipe for
Salmon Ceviche with Avocado and Mango
Ma Ya’s rice dishes, curries, and treats show coconut’s sweet and savory versatility.
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Spiced Mango Sorbet with Pistachio Tuiles
Summer Lobster Tacos
Mango with Cilantro, Coconut, and Chile Powder
Whether it’s juicing grilled limes into margaritas, charring tomatoes for bloody marys, or making this reimagined sangria with caramelized fruits, grilling your drinks will add smoky depth to every sip.
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Any firm fish, including snapper, trout, or salmon, will work in this green mango-infused south Indian curry, named for the Keralan coastal city of Thalassery and flavored with coconut, ginger, curry leaves, and turmeric.
Throughout India, creamy, chilled lassis are the go-to beverage for cooling off during the warmer months. To make them, milk or water-thinned yogurt is blended with ingredients such as Rooh Afza, a scarlet-colored syrup tasting of rose petals and pine, or—for this recipe—ripe mangoes, resulting in a refreshing drink that’s as thick as a milkshake.
In early spring, green, unripe mangoes are a featured ingredient in the daily menu at Raja Sulaiman Khan’s home in Lucknow, India. Here, amchoor—dried green mango—adds sour pungency to creamy lentils.
A bright salsa made from ripe mangoes, cilantro, red onion, and lime is the perfect foil for thick swordfish steaks.
This refresher combines pineapple and mango juices with coconut and spiced rums.
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A unique blend of mango, lemon juice, and ancho chile powder makes up one of our favorite Mexican treats.
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Green mango and aromatic mint combine to delicious effect for this tart, refreshing Indian purée. Green Thai chiles lend a spicy note, while cumin and the garlic-like powder asafoetida give an earthy backbone to the condiment.