DIY Dried Mangoes

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DIY Dried Mangoes

  1. 1. Anyone can definitely appreciate mangoes oreven an assuming piece of dried mango fruit. It isprobably one of the popular fruits enjoyed bymany in the world since its sweetness andsourness are balanced well in between. As ayummy treat, it is also a rich source ofantioxidants (in the form of phenols), iron,Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Selenium and evenCalcium. If there is an abundance of freshmangoes in your house, it might be nice to spendsome time in the kitchen and do your own batchof dried mangoes.
  2. 2. Although a dried mango is always processed andmanufactured through dehydration, attempting aDIY dried mango project at home is definitelyworth the try. Again, if mangoes are in abundancein your household, then there is absolutelynothing to lose with this DIY fruit snack project.For a DIY dried mangoes project, of course youwill need a bunch of ripe mangoes ready on yourkitchen table. Cut the cheeks of the mangoes up tothe seed core in the middle. That way, you willhave a significant amount of mango chunks toscoop out.
  3. 3. Put the chunks of mangoes inside a foodprocessor and wait for it to be pureed. Once themangoes have been pureed, spread it over acookie sheet pan lined with wax paper. Spreadthe pureed mango evenly and bake it inside anoven. Lining the cookie sheet pan with wax paperallows the moisture content of the mangoes to beabsorbed by the paper, which is the underlyingprinciple of dehydrating mangoes in order toproduce packs of dried mango for snacking.
  4. 4. If you want a DIY dried mangoes projectalternative, you can go for a more traditionally-tested recipe. For this other DIY option, you willneed pureed mangoes as well but you will needto add a few teaspoons of salt. Mix the mangopuree with salt over low heat, and then once it hascooled down; place 2 tablespoons-full of themixture on a plastic. It is best that you haveseveral small plastic squares on top of a tablewhile you do this.
  5. 5. Spread the 2 tablespoons of mango and saltmixture, and then dry all of them under the sunfor about 4 hours. Once you see that the mixturehas somehow hardened itself and that it hasturned slightly brown, and then you take it insideyour house to cool it down altogether. It will lookmore like candied mangoes but can be asenjoyable and satisfying as dried mangoes.
  6. 6. If you do not have the time to make your driedmango snack inside your own kitchen, of coursethe option to buy dried mango whether from thesupermarket or from an online store that carriesorganic fruit snacks is always available. If youbuy dried mango, you have to make sure that youwill check the date when it was manufactured.That way, you can be sure that it is fresh for yoursnacking pleasure even if you did not prepare ityourself.Just visit http://www.ginginanddry.com.au/ formore information.

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