Summer time is Mango time… big time! This is the time when the markets are full of plump, juicy and ripe mangoes. We are going to make the most of the season as a good mango is almost a MUST for any of these mango recipes.
We thought of giving you a list of all the great mango recipes that you can try this summer. This list not only has some great looking and tasting desserts and drinks, but some delicious meals with mango as a main star.
We are giving you refreshing salads with mangoes, some great lunch and dinner ideas where you can incorporate mango and take it to next level. Mango goes extremely well with fish, chicken and shrimp. Make this summer more mangolicious!!
1. Mango Salsa
When you get your hands on some juicy, ripe and sweet mangoes, don’t forget to make this easy homemade mango salsa in minutes. All you need to do is some chopping and mixing. Voila. You can chomp it down with unlimited tortillas or use it as a garnish for so many meals.
2. Chili Lime Shrimp Tacos with Mango Salsa
Warm tacos loaded with tender shrimp, sweet and tangy mango salsa, and creamy avocado sauce… Doesn’t it make you want to dig in? Good news… this is quick and easy!
3. Albacore Tuna Tataki Bowl
This quick and easy Albacore Tuna Tataki Bowl is full of your favorite Asian flavors. Skip the sushi restaurant and make this great meal in your own home!
4.Baked Salmon with Mango Salsa
If you’re tired of eating the salmon the same old ways, try it this tropical way… with a little help from mango. 🙂 This baked spice rubbed salmon topped with mango salsa is absolutely delicious.
5. Mango Salad
Summer is here, and so are mangoes. How about some great refreshing Mango Salad to celebrate the sunny days. It’s bright and cool, where the sweetness of mangoes is well complimented with a tad bit of tang and a little heat.
It’s a quick fix, where only three main ingredients get tossed with a spicy, sweet and savory dressing.
6. Spicy Shrimp Bowl with Mango Salad
Get ready, this Spicy Shrimp Bowl is going to be you new weeknight addiction! Super easy and nutritious, it has a variety of flavors and textures that are just spot on.
Plump, juicy shrimp, chewy quinoa, creamy avocado and cool Mango Salad all combine for bowl meal that can’t be beat.
7. Mango Kulfi
Check out this delicious beauty. Mango Kulfi. Kulfi is the Indian version of ice cream, with no eggs and no ice cream machine required. If you love mangoes, you must try this easy mango recipe at home this mango season.
8. Gluten Free Vegan Fruit Pizza
Impress your guests and family with this fruit pizza dessert. Can you imagine the awe in everyone’s faces when you bring this to your table? And this mango season, you can load tons of mangoes in this recipe and get those cravings satisfied.
9. No Cook Mango Popsicle or Mango Bar
These super easy mango popsicles, or mango bars, are creamy and delicious to cool off this summer. Can you believe this has only 6 ingredients?
10. Homemade Mango Ice Cream (No Ice Cream Maker)
This rich, creamy mango ice cream is made with just 3 ingredients and you don’t need an ice cream maker to make this deliciousness happen in your home this summer.
11. Mango Tart with Vanilla Bean Pastry Cream
Another very impressive mango recipe you can master this season is this mango tart. Do you think its too pretty to eat? Come on, grab that spoon…
12. Mango Lassi
Mango lassi is a delicious mango-yogurt drink. It’s an Indian staple for hot summers! It’s light, refreshing and just what you need when the temperature starts rising outside! It’s a simple whirl of a few ingredients along with the juiciest sweetest mangoes you can find.
13. BBQ Chicken and Mango Quesadillas
BBQ chicken, mango, cheddar cheese, fresh cilantro in between tortillas. Best quesadillas ever!! You have to give this new flavors in your quesadilla a try when you don’t know what to do with so many mangos in your home.
14. Mango Margarita
This sunny spin on the classic cocktail is irresistibly delicious and easy to whip up in a blender. One sip and BLISS.
15. Rainbow Fruit Kabobs
Rainbow Fruit Kabobs are an easy and fun way to serve fresh fruit at your next summer gathering. Choose your favorite fruits and thread them onto skewers to create these delicious skewers. Of course, go heavy on mangoes if you are an aficionado.
16. Mango Chicken Salad
Tender chicken breasts sliced and served over a bed of lettuce and topped with diced mango, plus a fresh honey-lemon homemade dressing. It’s the perfect easy salad for lunch or a light dinner.
17. Mango Shrimp Lettuce Wraps
Shrimp cooked in delicious mango sauce and served in lettuce cups along with mango avocado salsa. Perfect light lunch or dinner, yet loaded with flavors.
18. Thai Mango Sticky Rice
This classic Thai dessert is heavenly and scrumptious. Famously served as street food in Thailand and at Thai restaurants throughout the world, the taste of this tropical rice pudding is irresistible. It’s so easy to make at home.
19. Easy Mango Chutney
Slather this tasty and easy mango chutney on everything from burgers to curries. Try this easy mango recipe next time you grab some mangoes and stash the big jar of chutney in your refrigerator for easy flavor boostings.
20. Easy Mango Blueberry Crumble (Crisp)
A big scoop of ice cream over this mango blueberry crumble is just simply divine. In no time this is going to be your family’s favorite dessert this summer.
21. Mango Mastani
Now this one is not your regular milk shake. This mango mastani is milkshake + ice cream + loaded with goodies like glazed cherries, pistachios, almonds and cashews. Don’t you want to try this mango float kinda thing in your kitchen? Great mango recipe!!
22. Easy Mango Mousse without Gelatin
Make this easy mango mousse without eggs or gelatin. This fruit based dessert is best served after dinner. It’s great for parties and pot lucks. Make with fresh mangoes when in season and canned mango puree all year round. Its fruity, light, airy and just melts in your mouth.
23. Grilled Mango & Pineapple Salad
If you’ve never grilled fresh fruit, you are in for a huge treat. Delicious grilled mango and pineapple tossed in a mouthwatering salad! Try this tropical salad this summer for an easy light lunch or side for your mains.
24. Fruit and Yogurt Parfait
A great mango breakfast recipe. This easy fruit and yogurt parfait is made with Greek yogurt, granola and your choice of fruit (my choice is plenty of mangoes) to create an easy breakfast or snack!
25. Mango Sorbet Recipe
Sweet, tart, rich, and SO delicious, mango sorbet is made with just 5 ingredients, and without an ice cream maker! Now that’s an easy mango recipe.
26. No Bake Mango Cheesecake
This mango cheesecake is a creamy mousse-like mango filling on a biscuit base, topped with a beautiful mango jelly, piles of whipped cream, more mango and passionfruit. Isn’t it drop dead gorgeous?
27. Mango Frozen Yogurt
This deliciousness happens super fast, just 5 minutes super fast with just 3 ingredients. Just one whirl in your blender and you can devour it right away, or freeze it a few more hours to firm it a bit.
28. Mango Cake Recipe
Looking for some show stopper this summer? Try this mango cake. It’s bursting with fresh mango flavor and truly tastes as good as it looks.
29. Mango Semifreddo
Mango meets luscious and creamy ice cream cake in this summer dessert. Very, very delicious and refreshing. Just the right thing you need this summer.
I’m wrapping up this fabulous mango recipes list with an Australian/New Zealand classic… Pavlova. This one is a little special, as it’s loaded with exotic fruits along with the regulars. Yes… mango is as exotic as it gets. Try making this classic from the other end of the world. Absolutely stunning and delicious.
Well guys, good fresh mango lasts for such a short time. Make the most of this list and try to make as many mango recipes as you can this season. Cool off with kulfi or mango bars or frozen yogurt. Add them in your salads and smoothies. Spoon those mango chunks generously over some shrimp or salmon. All the deliciousness is just a mango away… 🙂
- 2 mangoes
- 1/2 Tbsp cooking oil
- 1 Tbsp line juice
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1 tsp chili powder
- Preheat grill to high heat.
- Slice the two sides off of the mangoes, cutting close to the seed to maximize fruit.
- Drizzles flesh sides with oil. Sprinkle on salt and chili powder.
- Grill flesh side down 3-5 minutes, until slightly charred.
- Remove from heat and drizzle on lime juice.
Nutrition InformationYield 4 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 120Total Fat 2gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 2gCholesterol 0mgSodium 314mgCarbohydrates 26gFiber 3gSugar 23gProtein 1g
Nutrition information calculated by Nutritionix.
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