Eating My Way Through the Alphabet: Letter M

What’s Cooking in Gail’s Kitchen? Simple Sensations: Mango Medley! This is one of my all-time favorites when serving fish tacos. It’s fast and easy, not to mention soft and sweet. When the mango is at its peak in ripeness, the juice resembles a combination of peach and pineapple. I know, right! When mixed with Campari tomatoes (which have low acidity) plus fresh cilantro, it’s a perfect blend of flavors. Give it a try and let me know what you think!
MANGO MEDLEY
Ingredients:

2 ripe mangos, peeled and core seed removed

1-pound Campari tomatoes 

Fresh Cilantro to taste
Instructions:

Peel, pit, and cut up mangos. Place in a medium bowl. Slice tomatoes into quarter wedges. Add to mangos. Snip fresh cilantro over all. Toss gently. Refrigerate prior to serving for flavor enhancement. 

4 thoughts on “Eating My Way Through the Alphabet: Letter M

  1. I read this post yesterday, but was distracted before I could comment. Then last night, my husband suggested we buy some of the fish tacos that we love from a small take-out business run by a local Mexican family. We did, and happily, I had mangos (I love them), cilantro and tomatoes on hand (though not Campari). So I can happily tell you that the Mango Medley was as delicious as you said and the perfect complement to the tacos. Thank you.

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  2. I just love mangoes, they are one of the foods that my mouth waters just thinking of – and you are making me want to make some fish tacos this evening! My family thanks you!

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