This is also a meal that can be done in about 30 minutes.
If you have never had a mango before it can be mind boggling as how to go about removing the flesh from the big seed in the middle.
Here is a 2 1/2 minute video from “mango.org” to demonstrate how to go about cutting up a Mango.
If you can’t find any good fresh mangoes you can buy them chopped and packaged in your frozen section of the market. Did you know Mangoes can prevent cancer, lowers bad cholesterol, clears the skin of any problems, eye health, even alkalizes the body.
Mangos can be used in a verity of recipes. Here is one such recipe of how we use the mango. Here is what you will need:
3 tbsp. avocado oil
4 tbsp. curry powder
4 boneless chicken breasts cut in cubes
2 garlic cloves, finely chopped
½ red onion cut into julienne strips
14 fl. oz. coconut milk
2 ripe mangos cut in cubes
1 lb. baby spinach
3 oz. chopped cashews
1 red bell pepper cut into julienne strips
8 cherry tomatoes cut in half
Here’s a little information of coconuts: For 1000’s of years the Asians have used the oil, water, meat and milk of a coconut to heal coughs, flu, ear aches, tooth aches, skin infections, constipation and much more. Curry is also great for lower inflammation in the body.
In a skillet, heat oil slightly and stir olive oil with curry powder for 4 minutes. Add chicken cubes and cook during 10 minutes at medium heat. Add garlic and mix well.
Next, add coconut milk mix in. Place lid over skillet and cook for 8 minutes more.
Mix together the prepared fruit and vegetables: mango cubes, spinach, onion, cashews, red bell pepper and halved cherry tomatoes in a bowl; season with lemon juice and olive oil.
When are done mixing the salad ingredients, plate and spoon on some curried chicken and enjoy.
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