Tagged with Mango

Mango Salsa

Mango Salsa


Mango is a popular fruit in the Philippines and mangoes grown there tastes better than other mangoes grown in other countries, you might say I am biased due to my nationality but trust me I am not. Philippines produce the best and sweetest mangoes you will ever taste, I even describe it to my non … Continue reading

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Devilled Chicken and Mangoes

Devilled Chicken and Mangoes


Devilled means “to coat or stuff with a spicy paste” that’s why this dish is coated with cayenne pepper, mustard and paprika. The process of devilling originated in England during the Victorian era where they try to give life to leftover dishes. They do this by reheating the leftover meats and adding hot and spicy … Continue reading

Mango Chicken

Mango Chicken


When we go to Indian restaurants we always order Butter Chicken and after we finish we always tell ourselves that we will be ordering Mango Chicken on our next visit but that never happened. I guess we just love our Butter Chicken too much it easily sways our freedom of choice when it is in front … Continue reading

Mango Royale

Mango Royale


Mango Royale or Mango Float is a popular Filipino no bake refrigerated cake made out of sweetened whipped cream and mangoes in a Malt cracker base. I am not 100% sure where did this dessert originated but with the American influence in the Philippines it looks like this is a variation of the icebox cake … Continue reading

Manga at Bagoong

Manga at Bagoong


Hardly a recipe at all, this snack item is worth to share do to its popularity in the Philippines as well as its weirdness especially with non-Filipinos. This is one of the most sought after food items in the Philippines and it’s so rampant you can see them everywhere placed in water filled glass jars … Continue reading

Peach Mango Pie

Peach Mango Pie


Peach mango pie is a dessert made out of baked flaky pastry filled with mangoes and peaches, a dessert popularized by a Filipino fast food chain called “Jollibee” as an answer to McDonalds “apple pie”. Though it’s popularized by a Filipino fast food chain I am unsure if this dessert originated in the Philippines but … Continue reading

Mango and Apricot Lassi

Mango and Apricot Lassi


Lassi is a drink made by blending yoghurt with water and spices, this Indian creation is usually enjoyed cold as a hot weather refreshment consumed after lunch.  There are several types of lassi’s where it can be served either sweet or savoury.  Sweet lassi usually is flavoured with sugar, rosewater and/or lemon alongside with different … Continue reading