Everyone keeps their own secrets and recipes in the kitchen, but there are some absolutely essential techniques. With i Dos & Don’s let's examine some of the most common mistakes in the kitchen and we reveal how to solve them, thanks to the help of The School of Italian Cuisine.
How to cut the mango
The easiest way to clean the mango it consists first of all in peeling the fruit, removing the rind with the help of a potato peeler. Once this operation is finished, it will suffice divide the fruit into three portions: the two cuts must be made so as to contain the entire core in the central portion. At this point, the two stone-free ends can be cut at will.
Don't waste not even a bit of fruit: remove the pulp around the stone from the central portion!
One of the most famous cuts of mango is the one a porcupine. If you want to serve it this way, you can avoid peeling it in advance and proceed directly to cutting. Once you have made the two halves with no stones, make crossed oblique cuts on them, without touching the peel. To get the cubes, press on the peel, pushing the pulp out, and serve natural.
The properties of mango
The major properties of this fruit are due to the presence of lupeol, a powerful one antioxidant able to counter cancer cells, promote blood circulation and slow down skin aging. many vitamins: vitamin A, which is good for teeth, eyes and mucous membranes; vitamin C for the immune system; vitamin B, with beauty benefits, in particular for the treatment of acne, skin and dry hair. Thanks to betacarotene, Mango is ideal during the summer to stimulate melanin and is considered an ingredient against stress and depression.
Mango in the kitchen
Mango is a exotic fruit definitely suitable for salads and i dessert fresh and original, but reserve surprises even in savory preparations, for example in the salads or grilled, in combination with fish. Below, ours recipes with mango favorite.
To learn many other tricks in the kitchen, discover the courses at La Scuola de La Cucina Italiana.