The National Mango Board’s (NMB) six-city road trip, Mango Hometown Tour, concluded with 12 new fresh mango recipes from top chefs. NMB challenged two chefs in each city to create a mango recipe that captured the city’s local flavor and a regional theme. A panel of judges, featuring local food experts and media, selected the following winners
Orlando, Florida (July 2011) – While most people would agree that eating a nutritious breakfast is a good idea, most diners require a greater incentive for healthy eating. That’s where fresh mango can help. Fresh ripe mango adds beautiful color, silky texture, tropical flavor, and it’s a natural source of valuable nutrients. A low
Orlando, FL (May 2011) – Green or ripe, mangos make perfect partners for summer menus with their sunny color and lush texture. Mixing easily with savory, hot and spicy ingredients, diced ripe mango combines with coconut milk to make a pan sauce that complements a zesty ginger-coated chicken in Mango Coconut Chicken.
In a fruit appetizer, fruit side dish or fruit snack, whether simple or sublime, fresh mango added to the fruit salad mix delivers sensory appeal and nutrition. Chock-full of fiber and bursting with antioxidants, fresh mango continues to top popularity lists for its lush taste, brilliant color and tropical appeal.
Orlando, FL (January 2011) – Nothing conveys a taste of the tropics like fresh mangos. Luckily, you can use them to bring a burst of sunshine to your menu all year-round. The National Mango Board (NMB) has made it its mission to educate foodservice professionals about the availability, selection and preparation of the world’s most popular