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Learn how to dice a mango for mango salsa with this instructional video guide.
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Hello, I am Robert Nassar from Dinner Done. As part of making our mango salsa, I wanted to show you how to dice a mango. When you go to the store to look for mangoes, look for those that are firm, yet not rock-hard, you don’t want anything mushy either. Make sure that you wash very well the outside of the mango. Once you’ve got that taken care of, place a cutting board down with a towel underneath it so that it doesn’t slip on you. Take a sharp knife and putting the mango on one of its sides, make a cut down and through. Once you’ve done that, you’re now going to score this bowl of mango if you will, and then I’ll show you how to turn it inside out and get the dices out. Very carefully and without letting the knife slip through the skin, make some cuts in a square pattern across and across again, and now comes the fun part. All you need to do is flip that skin inside out and there you’ve got your diced mango. Take a knife and very gently separate the meat from the skin. If any of the pieces stick together a bit, you’ll be able to go back with the knife and separate them further. Make sure that if you’ve got any skin that came through that you get rid of that as well. At this point perhaps, just a couple of slices to separate the pieces and you’re ready. You can then make other cuts, so always be careful to avoid the large pit that’s in the center of the mango like so and get the rest of the meat out, and that’s how you dice a mango.