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Learn how to make mango salsa with this instructional video guide.- Chopping Herbs
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Hi, I am Robert Nassar from Dinner Done and we’re making a mango salsa. First of all, we’re going to start out by chopping up our herbs. Herbs like parsley and cilantro come on stems and you definitely don’t want the stems to be a part of your salsa, so take the leaves off. It’s a little extra work but it’s well worth the effort when it comes time for taste, and once you’ve got those—and by the way for this salsa, you can go ahead and chop them all together since they’re all going to live together anyway. Just pull on the stems to get the leaves off and make sure that you keep the stems to the side. Once you’ve gotten all of the cilantro and parsley leaves off, you want to chop these real fine. Now, one thing like with all of your vegetables and most of your food, you should wash these first before continuing on to the next step. It’s also very important that once you’ve washed these in cold or cool running water, that you dry these out on a paper towel or on a cloth towel and make sure they are absolutely dry, if not you’re going to end up with mush and mush is not what we’re looking for here. Gather up all these leaves together and bring them into a little pile and compress them. Next, placing your fingers at the top or at the beginning of the pile and bending them inwards, so that they don’t get cut. Lay the flat of your knife blade against your knuckles and begin to chop. Speed is not important here, what's important is that you cut evenly and that you don’t get cut yourself. Gather up any of the tail end if you will and then if you’d like to, give it on the couple of extra chops. Bring it over to our bowl, and now that we’ve got all of our herbs chopped, we’ll move on to the next step, which is putting this all together.