Thank you to The Motherhood and the National Mango Board for providing the products and compensation needed to give my family a mangover and try a mango cake recipe.
It’s kind of weird. While I love experimenting in the kitchen with all kinds of vegetables and proteins, it seems like I haven’t done much with fruit. It’s not because we don’t like fruit – we love it, actually. But we tend to gravitate towards strawberries, oranges, apples, and other more traditional, eat-it-like-it-is fruits.
Recently, though, I had the chance to attend a virtual briefing by the National Mango Board. They shared the ins and outs of all-things mango. We learned about the different varieties, how to tell when a mango is ripe, how to store them – even tips on how to cut.
How to Cut a Mango
The cutting tips are something I really appreciated. I have eaten mango before, but I mostly just hacked it up with a knife. Let me share my new-found tips with you.