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Spicy Mango Relish


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150 grams soft brown sugar

150 ml white wine vinegar

3-4 mangoes

I star anise

2 cloves garlic, chopped

½ red onion

1 thumb ginger

1 red chili

1 teaspoon black mustard seeds

salt and pepper to taste

 

Dissolve sugar in vinegar then add everything else. Simmer for 25-30 minutes. Cool.

Keeps in the fridge for months. Excellent with cheese or ham. Or both. Also with poultry.

 

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Duck and asparagus with spicy mango relish and rice.

 

 

 

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@liuzhou, is there any special type of mango that works best with this? I'm especially wondering  about green vs. ripe mangoes, but I know there are many different mango varieties.

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1 hour ago, Smithy said:

@liuzhou, is there any special type of mango that works best with this? I'm especially wondering  about green vs. ripe mangoes, but I know there are many different mango varieties.

 

I've only ever made it using ripe (but not over-ripe) mangoes. I like the end result to have a little bite to it.The version I have now (and is shown in my first image) was made using a local variety of mango that remains green, even when ripe. I've  never even thought of using unripe mangoes - it may work.

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