Once you master how to cut it, you'll be ready to savor it all the time. Getting one ready to go actually isn't all that difficult. It only takes four steps: stand it up and slice it; create a criss-cross pattern on the pieces you've just cut; expose the cubes; then cut and free them. Now that you know how to make enjoying mango easy, you'll want to work them into as many recipes as you can. At Southern Living we're here to help with instructions on creating incredible dishes like Mango Kolaches, Mango Chicken Salad, and Mango Salsa.
You can also work this tropical fruit delight into a beverage—as you probably guessed—in the form of Mango Bellinis. Mango also complements the flavor of seafood incredibly well, pairing as part of some Grilled Blackened Shrimp Skewers. Or, work it in as a part of some Mango Tango, a recipe that combines the sweetness of the fruit with the spiciness of jalapeño. However you cube it, you will want to get the great taste of mango on the plate. It is a sweet, fruity, sensation.