Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Mango Madness {Food of the Month Club Round-Up; May}

From spicy Mango Salsa to cool Mango paletas we have a great collection of Mango Recipes for this month's Food of the Month Club Round-Up.

To start things off,  we have this bright and colorful Mango Salsa, that is one of my favorite ways to enjoy this fruit of the gods, from Sarah at Kitchen Procrastination.



My newest foodie friend Heather, whom I affectionately call Malice, from Malice in Dunderland brings us a creamy and absolutely dreamy Mango Flan.



Girlichef treats us once again to two mangolicious recipes.  First up is this stunning Avocado Mango Salad with Gorgonzola, Bacon & Toasted Pepitas.



Followed by these Carrot, Mango & Raspberry Popsicles that would be a great start to a hot summer day.



Elizabeth from The Law Student's Cookbook cooked up these delicious Brie and Brisket Tacos with a Mango Barbecue Sauce.  She had me at Brie!



Ckay at Sweet and That's it offers us another cool treat with these Mango Ice Pops that also have apple and Greek yogurt.



And as a final note, I made this Mango Stuffed French Toast that had me falling head over heels in love with Rick Bayless.


What's your favorite mango recipe???

If you would like to be included in the next Food of the Month Club Round-Up, stay tuned to find out what ingredients we'll be cooking with this month.


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9 comments:

  1. A little of each please...YUM! I think it's true; I love mango ANYTHING. ;)

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  2. Your blog keeps getting better and better Amiga!! I love it! The pictures are very colorful and nice too! You are doing awesome! My favorite mango recipe? Well... I don't know the recipe but I had a friend who made an AMAZING "PAY DE MANGO" I will have to find out how he used to make it!

    Paloma.

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  3. There is, of course, my famous cold mango soup. http://steveinmexico.blogspot.mx/search?q=mango+soup

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  4. What a delicious round up and of course, of one of my most favorite fruits! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. I was sure someone would come up with this one, but they didn't! Mango Lassi
    http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/mango_lassi/
    Add an ice cube or two to the blender while making to give it a 'shake' consistency. Divine!

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    1. I use mangoes for lassi, but just the peel. I use the following recipe, except I leave out the salt and pepper.

      http://priyaeasyntastyrecipes.blogspot.com/2010/06/mint-mango-peels-lassi.html

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    2. I've never used the peel. We'll have to try it! I don't use the salt and pepper either.

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  6. Lots of yummy recipe. I have to try that mango salsa. Have a great weekend.

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  7. love all the recipes this month!!! ohh I have to try the mango stuffed french toast! yummy!!

    vianney

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