Citrus beautifully compliments one of the world’s most widely consumed fruits: mangoes. In fact, citrus and mango are an iconic duo across many cultures. Recreate global flavors within the comfort of your own home by trying new recipes to spice up your weeknight menu!
Popular in Indian cuisine, the Mango Orange Lassi is a sweet and creamy after-dinner beverage. Recreate this at home with Greek yogurt, it’s a delicious way to cool down after enjoying a spicy dish! This sweet and creamy beverage is traditionally served during or after a meal and combines plain Greek yogurt, mangoes, fresh orange juice, milk, honey, and cardamom to create one delicious drink. Garnish your lassi with mint and extra chunks of mango, grab a straw, and enjoy!
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Few things are more comforting than a big bowl of Thai curry made right in your own kitchen! Thai Yellow Mango Curry is a light and flavorful dish that originates from Thailand, but also has some Indian influence. Like most Thai curries, this delicious recipe begins with a base of curry paste, coconut milk, and numerous veggies and herbs. Sweet mangoes and fresh lemon juice add incredible depths of flavor. In just 30 minutes, this vegan dish will have your kitchen smelling delicious. It is definitely worth adding to your weekly family dinner lineup!
With origins from various parts of South America, this sweet and savory dish deserves a spot in your worldly summertime spread! Bursting with unique flavors and textures, a refreshing corn, mango, and lima bean salad tossed in a citrusy mojo criollo makes for a quick lunch or crowd-pleasing side dish. You're sure to satisfy your taste buds with this irresistible combination of fresh mango and orange!
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Have you tried any of these dishes from around the world? Which mango and citrus combination is your favorite? We would love to hear how you combine these two, so let us know down below!