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Mangoes can be eaten in both raw and ripe form. In its raw state, its flesh is hard, white and sour to taste. When a mango ripens, its flesh turns yellow or orange color, becomes soft, juicy and very sweet to taste. You can eat a ripe mango as it is, or can have it as a part of a fruit salad, salsa, pudding, cake, milk shake, with curd, etc. Peeling a mango is an art.
Best Way to Peel a Mango:
Take a fully ripe mango and wash it well with water.
Take a knife and cut off the stem of the mango with a knife
Hold the mango in the grip of your palm. It should be in its upright position.
Take out the peel with the knife. Try to follow the curve and cut out only the peel, not the flesh.
Lay the mango on its flat end. Cut it into two pieces, cutting once from both the sides. Work around the flat, big seed in the middle.
As the result of the above step, you will get a total of three pieces of mango.
Take one piece and cut it 2-3 times vertically.
Now, make horizontal cuts in the same piece 3-4 times.
The above two steps will give you small cubes of mango. Put all the cubes so obtained in a plate or a bowl.
Perform the above three steps for the other big piece of mango that is without a seed.
Take the piece of mango which is with the seed. Hold it with your palm in a vertical position.
Cut the flesh from both the sides. This is possible by going straight down separately for each side.
Place both the long pieces obtained by performing the above two steps together.
Cut the two long pieces 2-3 times horizontally. You will again get cubes of mango.
Put all the cubes thus obtained in the bowl or plate.You may sprinkle a small amount of table salt or pepper on the mango pieces to enhance the taste. However, this step is only recommended to those who wish to have additional flavor. Otherwise, a mango is a complete fruit that does not need flavoring.
Health Benefits of eating Mangoes:
Mango is the most nutritive of all the fruits as they contain about 20 types of vitamins and minerals
They contain minerals like, iron, copper, potassium and some traces of a few minerals, like selenium, manganese, phosphorus, zinc and calcium are also seen.
This fruit is also high in carbohydrates.
Mango is a rich source of vitamin A and vitamin C that are good antioxidants and vitamin B. It also has traces of vitamin E and vitamin K.
Eating mangoes is very healthy as it has few other phytochemicals like, lutein, gallic acid, anacardic acid and cryptozanthin.
Fiber is also included in mango which helps in weight gain, healthy and regular bowel movements and helps maintain colon health.
Health Benefits of Mango:
Mangoes contain vitamin A which helps improve vision, nourishes and keeps our skin healthy and also helps bone growth.
The Beta-Carotene in vitamin A helps protect against the harmful radiations of the sun.
As mangoes contain vitamin C they promote healthy immune function and help in the growth and the repair of the tissues.
Mangoes help in the improvement of the functioning of lungs and so they might reduce the risk of certain types of cancer, and further complications with diabetes.
Vitamin B-complex present in mango helps relieve stress.
People who are afflicted with with anemia, asthma, acidity, menstrual disorders, indigestion and constipation benefit from eating mangoes.
Pregnant women or even anemic patients are advised to eat mangoes regularly.
Beta-Carotene also helps to slow down the aging process.
Mango, Cucumber, and Avocado Salsa
Toss chopped mango, cucumber, avocado, jalapeño, and red onion with lime juice; season with salt and pepper.
Peppered Roast Beef and Mango Sandwich
Spread mayonnaise and Sriracha (or Asian chili-garlic sauce) on whole-wheat toast. Form a sandwich with roast beef, thinly sliced mango, and watercress.
Chili Mango Salad
Sprinkle sliced mango with coarse sea salt, a pinch of cayenne pepper, and lime juice.
Mango and Coconut Smoothie
In a blender, puree cut-up mango, coconut milk, fresh mint, honey, and ice until smooth.
Caramelized Mango Sundae
Dip mango wedges in sugar to coat. Cook in a nonstick skillet over high heat until caramelized. Let cool slightly and serve with ice cream.