Cold Lychee, Mango Soup Garnished With Mint

"Thanks to my Sister Theresa. I came up with this recipe. I made this as a dressing for a salad that was so good I just ate it cold. Great for those hot summer days when you don't want to cook. Just blend and drink! The fruit is oval shapped, heart-shaped or nearly round, 1 to 1-1/2 inches in length. The edible portion is white, translucent, firm and juicy. The flavor is sweet, fragrant and delicious."
 
Cold Lychee, Mango Soup Garnished With Mint created by Rita1652
Ready In:
10mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
2
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directions

  • Put all ingredients into blender and blend till smooth.
  • Garnish with mint.

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  1. Scott1265
    Delicious! I followed the recipe exactly except that I used canned lychees. I served this with Lemongrass chicken and Phad Prig green beans. I look forward to making this again and again. It is an easy to prepare, very impressive dish.
     
  2. Nose5775
    I am really impressed with your creation. I like the tropical flavors of lychee and mango, but I think I prefer them with a bit of contrasting spice. This was great. I thought I had a sweet onion, but I think it was just a regular onion - I'd recommend making sure you get a real sweet onion, like a Maui or Vidalia or Texas 1016. To make sure everything was thoroughly chilled, I put everything except the olive oil in the blender container, put the whole container in the refrigerator for a few more minutes, then added the olive oil and blended. Really unique and delicious - I too say thanks.
     
  3. Geema
    It's a soup; it's a smoothie; it's a dressing; it's a dessert sauce (without the onions and olive oii, of course); IT'S DELICIOUS! If you are lucky enough to find some lychees try this recipe...you will thank RitaL just as I am doing...Thanks.
     
  4. Rita1652
    Cold Lychee, Mango Soup Garnished With Mint Created by Rita1652
  5. Rita1652
    Thanks to my Sister Theresa. I came up with this recipe. I made this as a dressing for a salad that was so good I just ate it cold. Great for those hot summer days when you don't want to cook. Just blend and drink! The fruit is oval shapped, heart-shaped or nearly round, 1 to 1-1/2 inches in length. The edible portion is white, translucent, firm and juicy. The flavor is sweet, fragrant and delicious.
     

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