Mangos are so sweet and yummy, a few slices will add a fresh and savory bite to your Buddha Bowl. Careful, mangoes can be slippery! We will show you the correct and safe way to cut one.
Buddha Bowl Basics
Buddha Bowl basics will teach you simple kitchen tips and techniques that you can apply in your very own kitchen to help save food, time, and money. Cutting a mango seems tricky–especially since there is one large seed in the middle. Not to fear! Cutting a mango the right way is actually quite simple…
Why Fresh Mango is the Best
- They are sweet and savory
- Mangos are healthy and high in vitamin C
- Add mango to any Buddha Bowl!
- Easy to buy and store (especially yummy when they are in season- May to September)
How to Cut a Mango – Step by Step
- Wash and scrub the mango.
- With stem side up, cut two sides of the mango away from the seed. Be sure to slice as close to the pit as you can.
- Method one: Use a spoon to scoop the flesh out of the mango and then cut into cubes
- Method two: Use a knife to cut crosswise cuts into the flesh of the mango and then use a spoon to scoop out the cubes.
- Use a paring knife to peel the skin and cut any excess mango away from the pit.
If you have tried cutting a mango, or any other tips/recipes on my blog, then please rate it and let me know how it turned out in the comments below!