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Magnificent Mangoes at Kan Eang @pier

Magnificent Mangoes at Kan Eang @pierThailand’s magnificent mango season has well and truly arrived. Although May ushers in the sometimes oppressive heat and humidity of the Thai hot season, one positive thing is that it is the Thai mango season.

The mango, known as mamuang in Thai, is one of Thailand’s premier tropical fruits, and Thailand produces some of the most delicious mangoes in the world. Ripe mangoes are eaten for dessert while pickles and chutney are prepared from unripe fruit. You shouldn’t hesitate to enjoy this luscious and abundant fruit, because the season only lasts for two months – April and May, after that it’s another ten month wait.

Magnificent Mangoes at Kan Eang @pierWe at Kan Eang @pier would like to tell you of some of our alternative uses for this delicious fruit.

Mango Diquiry

  • Mango 150 grams
  • White rum 1.5 ounce
  • Triple Sec 0.5 ounce
  • Lemonade 0.5 ounce
  • Syrup 0.5 ounce
  • Mango juice 2 ounces

Put pealed mango into the blender and then add white rum, Triple Sec, lemonade, syrup, mango juice and ice. Blend well and serve.

Mango Mojito

  • Mango meat 1 table spoon
  • White rum 1.5 ounce
  • Mango juice 2 ounces
  • Brown sugar 2 tea spoons
  • Mint 10 leaves
  • Syrup 0.5 ounce
  • Lemonade 0.5 ounce
  • Soda 1 ounce

Hand blend mango flesh, mint leaves and brown sugar. Add mango juice, white rum, syrup and lemonade. Mix well, add ice and top with soda.

Green Mango salad


  • Fish sauce 1 table spoon
  • Lemonade 1 table spoon
  • Syrup 1 table spoon
  • 3 chopped chillies
  • Chopped red onion
  • Blended peanuts 1 tea spoon
  • Blended dried shrimp 0.5 tea spoon
  • Cashew nuts 2 tea spoons
  • Sliced fresh green mango 150 grams

Mix blended peanuts, dried shrimp, cashew nuts and green mango together and top with the pre made dressing. One option is to serve with deep fried sun-dried fish.

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