If you have a craving for something tangy, salty and yet completely juicy and satisfying…try this treat. Serve it as an appetizer, make it with more mangoes and eat it as a savory fruit salad. Enjoy!

Recipe Directions

Dice the mango, put the diced sun dried tomato on the mango in a dish, sprinkle salt on the mango and sun dried tomato. Sprinkle the lime juice on the mango and tomato mix and pour a dash of hot sauce on the mixture.

Enjoy, this is sweet, savory,salty and juicy all at once. In Washington DC where I hail from in the latin area of Mount Pleasant and Adams Morgan on Saturdays the salvadorean vendors sell these in little sandwich baggies. Minus the sundried tomato and it was a heavenly taste of home for me today. Mmmm mmmm good :)

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If you have a craving for something tangy, salty and yet completely juicy and satisfying…try this treat. Serve it as an appetizer, make it with more mangoes and eat it as a savory fruit salad. Enjoy!

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Hi writeeternity, its cubed, the mango is roughly chopped into cubes, I do not have a digital camera so I can't upload a picture, you serve it as you would any chopped up vegetable like say tomatoes, its wonderful on flax crackers. I usually use a fork. I love this it hits all the spots, its sweet, salty, tangy and hot-spicy. In DC where I am from they sell this as a street food in the summer in some neighborhoods (atleast they used to not sure about now) The salvadroean women who sell this sell it in little sandwich baggies and its usually a big slice of mango, they squirt lime juice on it, sprinkle salt and a dash of hot peppper. Its raw food street food! I always loved this from way back when I was just a vegetarian.

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Hi Deasmiles! This sounds really interesting. I'm not sure what it's supposed to look like though. Could you post a picture? How do you eat it? With a spoon or do you scoop it on a cracker? Thanks!

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