Salads, Sides and Salsas:
Fun Fact: A one cup serving of mango is 100 calories.
This mango salsa would be fantastic on fish tacos or just about any fresh, Mexican-themed dish, really. It also goes well with chips, guacamole and black bean tacos. You could also serve it on salad or just eat it straight out of the bowl as a salad. It’s really yummy!
This salsa here is loaded with fresh strawberries and mango with a balanced spiciness and sweetness from the jalapeños and honey. You can eat it with a spoon (as I did a countless number of times) or top it off on your favourite tacos. Either way, you’ll keep coming back for more!
This super easy, sweet and spicy Mango Salad Dressing is a recent favourite. Use it with lots of different types of salads, and you could drizzle it over pan-seared salmon and grilled chicken. The dressing transforms a simple green salad into a magically delicious accompaniment to just about any meal.
Just a zesty substitute for your usual coleslaw. A little sweeter due to the mango but a tad healthier. Add a tbsp of white vinegar instead of apple cider vinegar, for a milder taste. Add a sprinkle of salt and then toss a bit to witness the flavour. It was fantastic and no oil necessary. You can also add a bit of mild tasting oil like avocado.
This recipe is really versatile. It’s incredible with tortilla chips, but try serving it on top of grilled chicken and as a side to grilled flank steak. Mango black bean salad is really easy to put together and refrigerate for a quick snack. The jalapeno’s are optional but if you scrape out the seeds and membranes it cuts down on the heat some and honestly the mango counteracts it as well. Fresh lime juice is key.
You didn’t really know that you could grill mangoes don’t you? With this recipe, you combine tangy and zesty with a hint of creamy!