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Ice Cream Mangoes
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Ice Cream mangoes ripen from green to a golden orange. Each mango is round, with a cleft like a peach. Ice Cream mangoes grow to around 10 centimeters in diameter, and 8 centimeters in length. Each fruit bears a strong, sugar-sweet aroma. The inner flesh is a glistening golden orange in color. It is extremely juicy, and is finely textured with a melt-in-your-mouth consistency. The flesh is also fibreless. There is a small round, central inner stone nestled within each fruit. The flavor of Ice Cream mangoes is that of the best mango flavor, with hints of vanilla and peach.
Ice Cream mangoes are available in May and June.
Ice Cream mangoes are an Indian variety of mango. They are also known as Jill Pasanth mangoes. They are a quick-ripening fruit that are bought quickly, since they have a short season of just about six weeks.
Mangoes are high in vitamin C. They also contain vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin E and vitamin K. They are rich in other minerals like maganese and niacin, and contain compounds that act as antioxidants in the body.
Ice Cream mangoes are best eaten fresh out of hand. They are best enjoyed chillde, out of the refrigerator. Ice Cream mangoes pair well with vanilla ice cream, which brings out its flavor. To use the fruit, slice it through the middle around the small inner kernel, as you would an avocado. Twist it open and pop the two halves apart. Eat the flesh out of the skin with a spoon. Another way to enjoy Ice Cream mangoes is to cut it open, then place it in the freezer for about an hour before consuming. The inner flesh hardens, and becomes somewhat like ice cream. Scoop the flesh with a spoon. To store Ice Cream mangoes, allow them to ripen on the counter. Keep an eye on them, as they ripen quickly. When ready, place them in a loose bag in the refrigerator, where they will last for several days.
Mangoes are considered to be an extremely healthy fruit in India. They are said to be sweet and healing, and to be good for one's overall constitution.
Mangoes are thought to have come from Malaysia, and possibly the indo-Burmese region. They spread to other Asian countries from there, and were found to have been widely cultivated in Asia by the 4th and 5th Centuries BCE. It is unclear when Ice Cream mangoes were developed but today, they are widely grown in India's southern states.