How to Freeze Mango?


To freeze mangoes, peel, it and slice. If you want to eat the fruit raw, use a sugar pack. Simply sprinkle sugar over the slices, coating each piece. Pack in a rigid freezer container, leaving 1/2-inch headspace and freeze. You can also pack mango slices in a 30 percent sugar syrup if you want to use the thawed fruit as a sauce for ice cream, yogurt or puddings.
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You can freeze fresh mango. Make sure that you pick mangoes that are ripe and not overly hard. Peel the mangoes an mix them with sugar. Finally, put them in freezer ...
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