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Old 03-14-2007, 08:35 AM   #31
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I cannot thank you guys enough for all the responses....I truely do appreciate them. My mango recipe storage folder is quite happy :)
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Old 03-15-2007, 03:34 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by VeraBlue
At some point last summer I posted a recipe here for a mango soup. As I recall, it was amazing. I'll make that again as soon as the crop comes in!
Vera I found the link. I'll post it here for Sizz


Chilled Mango Soup laced with rum
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Old 03-15-2007, 04:36 PM   #33
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Thats Mid......Vera this sounds delicious....Thanks!
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Wow, I realize that this thread has been around for awhile, but I was looking for mango recipes today, did a search, and got all these great ideas. My husband came home a few hours ago from helping a friend move, and had two big bags (about 3 kilos, or 6.6 pounds) of fresh ripe mangos that he bought from a farmer for only 28 pesos (about $2.50). Oh gosh. They are so sweet and taste just like sunshine. What to do with all of them? Well, we gave some to the neighbor who makes us fresh tortillas. Then I made mango agua fresca with a bunch of them...just pop the peeled, sliced mangos in a blender and puree. In a two liter jug, use about a cup of mango puree and a cup of sugar. Add water. Chill, serve over ice. Very refreshing! Now, I'll also make some mango salsa and I am thinking mango mousse - I have a fresh carton of thick whipping cream....thanks to all of you for your inspirations! Karen
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