So its almost Mango time when the mango tree start to bear and di blossom inna everybody yaad. Being in the States now specifically where I live its not that easy to find an abundance of mango like it is back home. I only come across one type of mango. But if you are like me and believe that mango is the holy grail of all fruits then you know yearly I go to the ends of the earth to find perhaps a few juicy ‘East Indian’ or ‘Fine skin/Blackie’ mango.
What I love about mango is its versatilities. It can be eaten whole ofcourse ripe or ‘turn’ as Jamaicans would say meaning half ripe, roasted and as a puree among many other ways.
🔸1 *turn* half ripe mango
🔸2 teaspoons of virgin olive oil
🔸 2 tablespoon of brown sugar
🔸Himalayan pink salt (just a pinch)
Step 1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
Step 2. Peel and pit mango, slice into sections, place mango slices in a baking pan.
Step 3. Drizzle the virgin olive oil evenly on each mango slice. Do the same with the pink salt and the brown sugar.
Step 4. Roast for 5 to 7 minutes or until the mango slices start to brown around the edges.
Step 5. Ready to eat!
Yum Yum 😋