When you're craving a mango margarita or guacamole, you don't have to wait for the fruit on the kitchen counter to ripen. With a few clever tricks, you can speed up the ripening process and enjoy that sweet, juicy fruit in no time. According to the National Mango Board, once the fruit is ripe, you should store it in the refrigerator to delay the ripening process. A whole, ripe mango can be stored in the fridge for five days.
Or you can peel the mango, cut it into cubes and place it in an airtight container in the freezer for up to six months. To ripen a mango quickly, place it in a paper bag at room temperature and store it for about two days or until ripe. This will help speed up the ripening process. Once ripe, you can move it to the refrigerator to delay ripening for several days.
If you're looking for recipes that use mangoes, you can find them online. There are many websites that offer recipes that are tailored to your flavor profile. You can also customize your flavor profile by adding spices and flavors that you like. For example, if you like the intense, spicy scent and flavor of cloves, you can add them to your flavor profile.
Finally, if you have a favorite recipe that uses mangoes, such as a classic coffee cake with buttery cake and sugary crumb topping, you can save it in your flavor profile. This way, you'll always have access to your favorite recipes when you need them.