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Mango

Mango

CAT CHU MANGO AND TUONG MANGO

Mango is considered the “King of Fruit” in Vietnam because of their tasty flavor and nutrition. Mango is popularly grown in Cao Lanh, Dong Thap all year around, and becomes a specialty delicacy of this area. 

Mango is not only tasty fruit, but also a healthy and nutritious meal, which contains many vitamins, fiber,… which can reduce risk of obesity, heart disease, increase energy, and improve memory.

There are four varieties of Mangoes: Green Skin Cat Chu mango, Yellow Skin Cat Chu mango, Green Skin Tuong mango, and Yellow Tuong mango.

Cat Chu mango has a long curved shape with different colors and tastes. Green skin Cat Chu mango’s flesh tastes sweet and sour, crunchy. Yellow skin color is  sweeter than the green one, which has a passionate and seductive scent, the sweetness is rich, the flesh is soft and a bit chewy.

Yellow Skin Cat Chu Mango

Green Skin Cat Chu Mango

Elephant Mango, also known as “Tuong Mango” in Vietnamese, indicates the giant size of this mango. This mango is one the most unique and become specialty fruits in Dong Thap Province, Mekong Delta Region.

This mango has a very large, oblong shape, each fruit is from around 600gr to 1000gr. It has 2 skin colors varieties,  the green skin with the sour and crispy taste. Besides that, the yellow skin has unique sweetness, fragrant, which is mouth – watering and unforgettable experience.

Yellow skin Tuong Mango

Green skin Tuong Mango

*How to eat Mango

 –  You can eat in both Green and Yellow colors, peel your mango until it’s all the way free of the skin and cut the mango into slices.

* Meal From Mango

  • Mango Smoothie
  • Ingredients: 
    • 3 cups fresh mango 
    • ½ cup water
    • ½ cup favorites milk 
    • 5 ice cubes
    • Add all ingredients to a blender and Blend until smooth. And enjoy the drink.

  • Mango Iced Tea
  • Ingredients: 
    • 1.5 cups fresh mango 
    • 3 teaspoons black tea 
    • 4 teaspoons of sugar
    • 2 cups of ice cubes
    • Put mango into a blender, add half of the ice cubes cup and puree.
    • Mix black tea cup with 2 teaspoons of sugar
    • Put ice cubes in a glass, pour in tea. Scoop the mango mixture on top, and enjoy this drink.