Culinary Institute of America Recipes
MAKE IT WITH MANGO
You know mango for its eye-catching color and delicious tropical flavor. Mango adds dimension to recipes – hot or cold, savory or sweet. As nutritious as it is delectable, it’s no wonder mango is one of the most popular fruits in the world. The year-round availability of fresh mango and its incredible versatility make it easy to plan daily, monthly and seasonal menu specials. Check out five new recipes created in collaboration with the Culinary Institute of America for innovative ways to add mango to your menu.
MANGO SMOOTHIE WITH TURMERIC, GREEN TEA AND GINGER
Watch as Chef Sarah Linkenheil from The Culinary Institute of America shows us how to make this delicious and antioxidant-loaded mango smoothie with turmeric, green tea, ginger and chia seeds. She garnishes the smoothie with matcha and charcoal powder. Get the full recipe here.
CHICKEN WITH MANGO MOLE AND PEPITAS
Moles are part of a family of sauces that come from the Oaxaca and Puebla regions of Mexico, and are known for their rich, complex flavors. This mole recipe features ripe mango, which pairs perfectly with pasilla chiles and spices. Chef Sarah Linkenheil from The Culinary Institute of America uses the mango seeds to flavor the mole. Get the full recipe here.
VIETNAMESE GREEN MANGO NOODLE BOWL WITH BEEF
Mangos are a popular street food in the countries where they grow, and in this recipe, Chef Sarah Linkenheil from The Culinary Institute of America shows us how to make a Vietnamese Green Mango Noodle Bowl with Beef. She uses spiralized unripe mango in place of traditional rice noodles. Get the full recipe here.
MANGO POKE BOWL
This Mango Poke Bowl is a delicious vegetarian twist on classic Hawaiian poke. Chef Sarah Linkenheil from The Culinary Institute of America swaps traditional raw tuna with unripe mango, which she marinates with nori, soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic, and ginger. Get the full recipe here.
PICKLED GREEN MANGO RELISH
This Pickled Green Mango Relish features unripe mango and adds a zesty kick to a variety of dishes. Try this sweet and savory relish on a burger or deviled eggs, serve it with a shrimp cocktail, or as part of a cheese or charcuterie plate. Get the full recipe here.