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    Mango Madness

    Yikes - mangoes keep falling on my head!! All night long, we hear them falling - they hit the tin roof with a thump. And in the morning the grass is covered with the glistening orbs of tropical sweetness. Mmmmmm, so good! Even so, we don't know what to do with them all! We give lots of them away, but still have way too many left. This cookbook is a collection of mango recipes so that I don't have to search through all my cookbooks when a bushel starts to go bad and needs to be used up.
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    No-Baking required! Fantastic for summer parties or if the oven's on the fritz! From Ontario's LCBO Food & Drink Mag. (*note: cook time = chill time)

    Recipe #375316

    Yet again another recipe from my favourite paper, and writer/chef Jeremy Vincent. I have posted the recipe as written. This is a fantastic and great recipe for the use over the summer months. I got 4 jars from this recipe although they were smaller jars. Jeremy's comments from the Weekly Times paper were -- The term chutney comes from the East Indian chatni, meaning strongly spiced, and is described as a condiment, which usually consists of a mix of chopped fruits, vinegar, spices and sugar cooked into a chunky spread. Most chutneys are on the spicy-hot side, but it's easy to adjust the heat factor if you make your own. I love the idea of making a small amount of several chutneys, so that I'm not stuck with a huge number of jars of one recipe, but lots of different flavours to pick from. I came across some green mangoes in my Asian grocer, and so the obvious solution was to use it to make some chutney.

    Recipe #488358

    Daughter Mary loves mangoes and gave me this recipe. Sometimes I use Chinese 5 spice powder instead of the allspiece.

    Recipe #301360

    Gary Rhodes marvelous take on jerk chicken, refreshing and yummy. Half of the length of the recipe is detailed instructions on how to use the rice paper rolls so don't get scared :D the one hour marinating time isn't included, but apart from that its quick and easy

    Recipe #372815

    I just made it up after getting a good deal on mangoes. If available, use Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum. Please, no light rums or spiced rums.

    Recipe #84606

    Delicate flavor. I have modified a recipe from one of my cookbooks to this. This is excellent served with strawberries, other berries, fresh mango, pineapple and/or bananas.

    Recipe #479302

    An unusual combination, to be sure, but one that looks so good I just had to share! I've recently discovered the wonders of avocados, and have been trying to find new ways to enjoy their heart-healthy benefits. Though I haven't yet tried these muffins (from the Kiwi Gardens B&B in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii), I will certainly do so the next time I have some extra avocados on hand. You can save some time by using thawed frozen mango chunks instead of fresh mango.

    Recipe #362441

    I was going to make blueberry muffins when I realized that the kids had eaten all my blueberries, so I used mango pulp instead. This fork tender muffin will be very moist. It would be more appropriate at the breakfast table than trying to toss it into a lunch box. I want to thank JeannineMarie in MN for the two most recent pictures that she sent me to include with this recipe.

    Recipe #5453

    Emeril's Recipe..Sounds SOOO GOOD! Difficulty: Easy Prep Time: 10 minutes Inactive Prep Time: 4 hours Cook Time: 15 minutes Yield: 1 (10-inch) pie, 8 to 10 servings

    Recipe #190005

    This is a tempting tropical treat! Enjoy!

    Recipe #112921

    A $400 winner in the tropical fruit category for Better Homes & Gardens, March 1997. Yum!

    Recipe #227388

    _Recipezaar_ has turned me into an ingredient scavenger. ;-) Seriously - when shopping, if I spy an unusual-to-me ingredient, I buy it (in this case the mango puree in the freezer case). Then comes the task of finding ways to use it. This simple recipe was adapted from a Daisy Martinez episode aired on PBS. Cook time includes 3 1/2 hours freeer time.

    Recipe #244298

    A new twist to ginger-glazed mahi-mahi. I made it based on suggestions to add mango, and I used an old recipe and kicked it up a notch. Crowd- pleaser! Mahi mahi fillets cook 4-8 minutes, when seared. Thick cuts take at least 6 minutes over nedium heat.

    Recipe #423301

    Yummy crusted fish with the best tasting sauce ever! From Beverly Gannon's General Store Cookbook. I've found the Sriracha in the asian section of my grocery store.

    Recipe #370589

    2 Reviews |  By Manami

    The sweet & sour flavors are wonderful!

    Recipe #209067

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is named after my sister Theresa because she left a bunch of lychee' at my house. I ate a couple then thought a dressing made out of these would be really good. And it is! If you never had fresh lychee 's before I highly suggest you give them a try. Just peel the skin and enjoy the juicy fruit. It 's very sweet, refreshing just like her! You can use the rest of the dressing as a really good cold soup or just cut the recipe in 1/2.

    Recipe #98435

    I can never seem to eat enough heart of palm. This recipe is from Martha Stewart and the mango and heart of palm work wonderful together. Sometimes it's nice to throw in some avocado too!

    Recipe #215338

    Recipe #451865

    I make lots of these during mango season and give away to friends and family. It's great for breakfast or afternoon snack! Sometimes I even stick it in the toaster for a different texture.

    Recipe #77430

    ANy Mango lovers? Well here is a delighful Mango bread that will be sure to delight you! Enjoy.

    Recipe #123374

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