Savory Spiced Mango Conserve

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It's a savory treat, it's picante, tart, sweet, and spicy. You can taste the spices, but they don't overpower the fresh and vibrant Florida mango flavor. Did you know that the mango is native to the Indian subcontinent and is the national fruit of India? We blended sweet mangoes and delicious complementary spices to create this original and versatile mango conserve.

Fat Free, Saturated Fat Free, Cholesterol Free

Pairs well with Barbaresco, Barolo, Vouvray, New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer, Chenin Blanc, Reisling, Verdicchio, White Sancerre

Suggestions for Uses

  • A crusty toast with a layer of molten butter and dollop of jam
  • Use it as a tangy topping for shrimp tacos, burritos, or enchiladas
  • Elevate burgers or sandwiches
  • Drizzled on falafels
  • Sauce for crunchy baked coconut chicken tenders
  • Dip for summer rolls, egg rolls, samosa, etc.
  • Top crab cakes
  • Serve it alongside a cheese, pate, and cured meat platter
  • Mix it into ground beef or pork and use for meatloaf or sausage roll filling
  • Serve it on the side of a meat pie or and empanada
  • Eat it with any kind of pork chops or tenderloin
  • Grill with fish like swordfish or jerk salmon
  • Top grilled sausages
  • Serve it with roasted chicken or turkey
  • Warm goat cheese or brie and pour chutney over it and serve
  • Mix it with Greek yogurt to make a dip
  • Glaze for meat, roasted sweet potatoes, butternut squash, etc.
  • Add it to salad dressing
  • Spice up a grilled cheese sandwich
  • Mix it with mayo to make chicken or tuna salad
  • Serve it on the side of Thai dishes like curry
  • Perfect sauce or dip for Indian-inspired dishes like Pakoras, Aloo Tiki, Shawarma cauliflower, daal, tandoori tofu, and Roti
  • Add to coconut yougurt
  • Mix in with your smoothies
  • Kick up your pina coladas with a dollop of it
  • Use it in bread pudding
  • Use it a dipper for fried foods

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