Tahini and honey create a beautifully charred crust on boneless, skinless chicken thigh. You can double the chicken and tahini mixture and serve in vegetable wraps for quick lunches during the week.
These flavourful tropical beef burgers have a mango and coriander salsa adding a tropical twist reminiscent of the Caribbean, and creamy lime mayonnaise adding decadence.
Sweet, spicy, and crunchy, this colourful slaw goes well with any grilled white meat such as pork, chicken, and seafoods such as prawns.
This salad of fresh spinach, mangoes, and shrimp, topped with a rich avocado dressing is perfect for a party or a simple family summer meal.
This quick and easy salad is packed with protein and goes well paired with fish or chicken.
This tropical inspired dessert is perfect to finish a Caribbean or Asian themed meal.
Diced mango is combined with spicy habañero peppers and ginger for a perky sauce. It’s fantastic with chips, but don’t be afraid to serve it on freshly grilled fish or chicken. Perfect on tacos, homemade enchiladas, and nachos and if you want it extra spicy leave the seeds and ribs in the pepper or even use more than one
When visiting Thailand, you may be lucky enough to be served a slice of exotic cake, like this mango cake. This cake is fresh, fluffy, moist and delicious, plus it’s not difficult at all to make. If you can get a hold of fresh, ripe mangoes, that is best, but canned mango would make a good substitute. This is a great cake for spring or summer, when mangoes come into season.
A quick and easy tropical dessert packed full of flavour and fibre. Serve this dessert with dollops of whipped cream or ice cream.
A tangy mango pickle condiment popular in Middle Eastern cuisine. Use as a condiment for felafel, shawarma, poultry, fish or meat, a cheese sandwich or a lunch of strained Greek yoghurt and crisp flatbread.
These quick and easy mango muffins have a delightful tropical taste, and can be eaten hot or cold. Try them as a dessert with a nice warm custard
The sweet mango, spicy chilli, and salty marinade comes together with grilled prawns and salad for a perfect light meal, side dish, or snack on a hot summer day.
Mangoes were made to pair with tequila, and it doesn’t have to be in a tropical cocktail. Instead we use them to make a delectable dessert – Try these mangoes flambéed in tequila.
The creamy avocado, sweet mango, and bright citrus in this salad make a refreshing counterpoint to Senegal’s rich and savoury stews. And great on its own for Meatless Monday.
Mango chutney can be remarkably versatile. Spread it on sandwiches, use it as marinade, use with steak or chicken or just dip your fries in it. Or spread it on a baguette with some roast chicken and lettuce. Another great way is to use it as a base for curries to add that great unique dimension. The only limit is your imagination.