Ming says: I'm a huge fan of salsa—and this mango salsa has to be at the top of my list. Sweet, fragrant mango is a perfect match for the heat of sambal, and ginger adds a second spicy layer.
As a mango lover from way back—when I was 13, visiting Taipei, I'd eat a mango a day, at four cents per fruit—I can tell you that there's no trick to buying them if you let your nose be your guide. Choose mangos that smell fragrant and sweet, and you'll be rewarded with delicious eating. (Color's not a reliable guide; even green mangos can be perfectly ripe.) The mango should also yield slightly to the touch.
Use the salsa as you would any other—as a dip with chips, with burritos, and so on.
Great as a condiment for grilled meats and fish, curries, and other spicy stews.
For a big flavor lift, add the salsa to black bean soup before serving it.... Read more.
In a large, non-reactive bowl, combine the mangos, onions, jalapeños, ginger, sambal, and lime juice, and blend gently.
Season with salt and pepper.
Use or refrigerate.
Lasts 1 to 1 1/2 weeks, refrigerated.
Nutritional analysis per serving (6 servings)
Note: The information shown is Edamam's estimate based on available ingredients and preparation. It should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist's advice.
To extract maximum juice from a lime or lemon, first roll the fruit under your palm on a hard surface.
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