With mango season heading our way, here are 12 irresistible savory and sweet recipes to help you get started!
Welcome to my first ever recipe roundup!
Growing up, I ate a lot, a lot of MANGOES! Mango is sweet and soft. They are perfect ending of any meal. When it comes to the best mango variety, I have to say it is the Manila mango from the Philippines. They are aromatic and out-of-this-world sweet! You have to try them if you ever get a chance.
Mangoes are starting to be in season. I have seen them in the grocery stores recently. Instead of eating mangoes raw, they can also be incorporated into many dishes too. If you are a mango lover like me, you will sure enjoy all the dishes right here.
Mango Chicken Puffs Appetizers (From Happy Foods)
Let’s start the party with these easy puff pastries. These little bites are filled chicken, mayo and mango chutney. They can be ready in 30 minutes.
Miso and Mango Lamb Sliders with (Almost) No Knead Slider Buns (The Flavor Bender)
These sliders are absolutely adorable! Use any leftover meat you have, top with a few slices of mangoes and serve in these no-knead buns.
Mango Sriracha Turkey Meatballs (From Girl Adulting)
These meatballs are light and moist, and then cook in a spicy and sweet sauce. All you need is a big bowl of rice!
Vegetarian Burritos with Mango Avocado Salsa (From Tastes of Lizzy T)
If you are vegetarian, this is the burrito for you! It’s hearty and filling with a flavorful adobo chili sauce. And then you get sweetness from the mango and creaminess from avocado.
Spiced Pork and Mango Chimichurri Lettuce Wraps (From Cooking on the Weekends)
This is one awesome lettuce wrap. Look at those thick slices of well-spiced pork tenderloin and the sweet mangoes. Who can say no?
Mango Kadhi (From Cookilicious)
This is an Indian savory yogurt dish. You get a little sweetness from the mango and little spicy flavors from the Indian spices. Great blend of exciting flavors!
Mango Avocado Pasta Salad with Cilantro Lime Dressing (From Chef De Home)
This side dish can be finished in 20 minutes. Pasta, mango, and avocado are tossed together in a tangy lime dressing. Take it to a picnic or BBQ party.
Chocolate Mousse with Mango Gelee (The Missing Lokness)
Mango and chocolate goes together so well. You get the sweetness from the fresh mango and the slight bitterness from the mousse. Excellent dessert to end a date night!
Mango Royale Icebox Cake (The Little Epicurean)
Icebox cake is the easiest frozen dessert. This version with fresh ripe mangoes and graham crackers is all you need this spring and summer!
Black Rice Pudding with Coconut and Mango (Bourbon and Honey)
Black rice is a pretty common ingredient in Asian dessert. They are a bit chewy and sticky. This pudding will take you right to Asia. You can never go wrong with a mango and coconut combination.
Mango Mastani (Spice in the City)
This unique and beautiful Indian drink is made with vanilla ice cream, mango puree and milk. It is a special milkshake that you sure can’t pass!
Mango Green Tea Lemonade (Strawberry Blondie Kitchen)
This refreshing drink is perfect for summer days! Sweet and tart all in one.
P.S. Bryan and I are still traveling. We are now in Osaka. I won’t be updating the blog for the next 2 weeks. Come back on the first week of March for new recipe!
Julia @ HappyFoods Tube says
So many delicious looking recipes! Thanks for including mine in your round up! 🙂
Wow, all of these look amazing! I’m especially intrigued by the Indian yogurt dish! Thanks for including my lettuce wraps.