Ripe mangoes give slightly when pressed and are fragrant at the stem end. Depending on the variety, they can range in color from green to various shades of orange, yellow and red. When cutting a mango, the goal is to remove as much flesh as possible from both sides of the wide, flat pit. Peel the fruit with a vegetable peeler or small, sharp knife, then stand it on one narrow side with the stem pointing toward you. Slice down on one side of the stem, just grazing the pit. Repeat on the other side. Trim the remaining flesh away from the pit.
Customer Reviews for Tropical Fruit Parfait
This product has not yet been reviewed. Click here to continue to the product details page.