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Mango

Also Known As : Aam
Technical Name : Mangifera indica

Vegetarian

Taste Profile

It is sweet and sour in taste.

Usage Tips

  1. Mangoes are eaten simply as a fruit.
  2. They are used to make jams, chutneys, ice-cream, beverages and used widely in confectionery items.

Common names and forms

  1. Chopped mangoes
  2. Chopped ripen mangoes
  3. Diced mango
  4. Fresh mango juice
  5. Fresh Raw Cut Mangoes
  6. Grated mango
  7. Ingredients:-Mango ball- mango juice
  8. Mango Bar Slices
  9. Mango basket
  10. Mango Chunks
  11. Mango Flesh
  12. Mango Fruit
  13. Mango Juice
  14. Mango Pieces
  15. Mango Pulp/Juice
  16. Mango Slice
  17. Mango Tender
  18. Mangoes
  19. Minced Mango
  20. Organic Mango
  21. Peeled Mango
  22. Pieces Of High Quality Mangoes (Rasalu)
  23. Pieces Of Raw Mango
  24. Raw Cut Mango
  25. Ripe mango juice
  26. Ripe mangoes
  27. Ripe mangoes cut into big cubes
  28. Small Ripe Sucking Mangoes
  29. Sweet mango

Description

Mango is a fruit of the mango tree having round or oval kidney-like shape. The fruit takes 4-5 months from flowering to ripen. It has a smooth, fibrous and pulpy texture. In Indian cooking, unripe mangoes are generally sliced and dried to form a powder which is called amchoor. The pulp of this delicious mango when blended in juicer leads to the production of mango juice. To enhance the flavour of mango juice one can use orange or tender coconut water to obtain taste mango juice. To make mango juice more sweeter add honey, agave and sugar.

Health benefits

  • Antioxidants present in mango prevents colon cancer, leukemia and prostate cancer.(1)
  • High level of fiber present in it helps in lowering cholesterol levels in the body.(1)
  • Vitamin A present in it helps to improve eyesight.(1)
  • It improves the immune system.(1)

Selection Guide

Choose mango which is firm and not soggy. It should be bright yellow or green in color.

Note

Eating excess mangoes can lead to a gain in weight and increase blood sugar levels. It may cause irritation in the throat and may cause allergic reactions.(2)

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