When the Ataulfo mango yields slightly when compressed, it is ripe and full of a sweet flavor. Peel its tangerine-colored rind and dice it into cubes for a tasty snack, or use it in smoothies, fruit salads, and desserts. And because its flesh is more robust than that of other varieties, Ataulfo can be grilled or roasted.
• Small Ataulfo mangoes are sold separately.
• Sweet and juicy flavor • Orange skin and flesh • Narrow and slender central seed.
Mango is a tropical fruit widely celebrated for its juicy, sweet, and tropical flavor. It is often called the “king of fruits” due to its popularity and delicious taste. Mangoes are native to South Asia but are now grown in various tropical and subtropical regions worldwide.
Mangoes come in various shapes, sizes, and colors, ranging from green and yellow to red and orange. They are rich in essential vitamins, especially vitamin C and vitamin A, as well as dietary fiber, making them a nutritious addition to your diet.
This luscious fruit can be eaten fresh, sliced, or diced, and it is also used in smoothies, salads, salsas, and desserts like mango sorbet and mango sticky rice. Mangoes’ versatility in sweet and savory dishes makes them a beloved and sought-after fruit.
Mangoes are a delightful tropical indulgence, offering a burst of sunshine and sweetness that brings a taste of the tropics to any meal or snack.