Mango Butter

Recipes

These moist and delicious loaves make terrific gifts. If you like, you can stir 2/3 cup of your favorite chopped nuts into the batter, or try one of our flavorful variations. You can also bake the batter in muffin tins if you like, decreasing the baking time to 25...

Serve this colorful noodle dish at room temperature or chilled.

This classic French recipe can be made with either asparagus or leeks. A simple garnish of chopped eggs and fresh herbs results in a visually impressive side dish for a spring lunch or brunch.

Our Peach Mango Salsa is a tantalizing blend of sweet and hot. Made with just enough minced jalapeños to keep you on your toes, this salsa is a perfect foil to meaty, grilled tuna.

Fresh and sun-dried tomatoes blend together for a simply delicious tomato sauce that perfectly complements the herbed topping in this recipe. This breading method is also delicious for chicken and fish.

You'll never go back to plain old fried catfish after you try this! And, it is a great recipe for dinner guests…nice flavor and presentation at a price that lets you splurge on a fancier dessert and better wine.

This elegant turkey dish is excellent with a quick chutney of chopped raw cranberries, dates and navel orange segments.

Use this delicious vegan mixed salad almost any way you would egg salad or tuna salad: Fill sandwiches or pita breads, spoon it into avocado halves or hollowed-out tomatoes, or simply serve it over a bed of crisp lettuces. Diced red onion, chopped herbs and toasted...

These delectable mussels make an ideal light bite to serve as an appetizer or as part of a tapas meal. The key to keeping mussels plump and tender is not to overcook them; watch them carefully and make sure you remove them from the heat the minute they open.

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For a variation on the typical green salad, try this warm winter version. Gently sautéed curly endive or escarole and radicchio create the base, while capers, olives, currants, pine nuts and orange zest make this salad dance in your mouth.

Kale is a chefs' favorite for simple leafy green sautés. The dark bluish-green, finely curled leaves are a visual treat while the mild, slightly peppery flavor blends with garlic, water chestnuts and mushrooms for a delightful dish.

Pack this quick-and-easy salad for lunch or serve it as a side dish with an Asian meal. For a shortcut, pick up pre-cut veggies from the salad bar.

This traditional Roman dish is classically made with veal but can also be made with chicken and turkey. Quick-cooking chicken cutlets are topped with paper-thin slices of prosciutto and whole sage leaves and finished with a simple white-wine pan sauce.

Everyone loves these tender, crumbly cookies.

Named for Linz, Austria, this is one of the oldest known cakes, mentioned in cookbooks as early as 1653. Because chocolate and berries are such a delicious pair, we've added a bit of cocoa to the crust.

A coffee, brown sugar and butter rub adds unique and flavorful crispness to whole roasted chicken. Feel free to substitute individual chicken pieces if you like, or try the rub on pork, beef or duck.

Creamy coconut milk combined with fresh lemon juice adds just the right flavor to brighten up vitamin-rich, dark leafy greens. Substitute kale for the collard greens, if you like.

This is a delicious vegan alternative to tuna or chicken salad. Use it as a sandwich filling or dip for crackers or pieces of warm naan.

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