Peeling a Mango

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Mangoes are great green, ripe, and dried. Knowing how to peel a mango will insure that you get the most of this delicious fruit with out wasting one precious bit. This is a page about peeling a mango.


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September 13, 2011

If you find that you've got a mango that's a bit under ripe, don't toss it! Back in Hawaii where I come from, we just make a dip of soy sauce, vinegar, sugar and black pepper. Let your mango slices soak in that for a day, and you'll enjoy a favorite from the islands!

Source: Growing up in Hawaii!

By Maile from Onalaska, WA

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I just cut on both sides of the pit of the mango and peel the pieces, as well as any parts that still cling to the pit. None of the fruit is wasted.

By Pat H. from Baden, PA

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August 17, 2011

How do you peel or eat a mango?

By Cheryl


August 18, 20110 found this helpful

I have been using this method of cutting mangoes for quite a while and it always works well. Cut and paste this into your address bar.

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August 18, 20110 found this helpful

Actually you can just click on the link in the previous post.

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August 18, 20110 found this helpful

That site's method is too much work. I cut away thin strips of peel from top to bottom on half of the mango, holding it by the rind on theother half.


Then cut wedges of the peeled half, dropping them onto a plate. Proceed with the other half in the same way. Any flesh remaining on the pit can be enjoyed immediately. Slurp it up!

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