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How to Seed a Mango

Learn the easy technique for removing the seed from this tropical fruit

Gary Junken
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To get to the mango’s fruit, you’ll need to remove the seed first. In this video, chef and culinary instructor Brian Patterson shows you how it’s done, as well as how to remove the mango’s skin, so that you can use the fruit in anything from salsas and salads to refreshing desserts.To get to the mango’s fruit, you’ll need to remove the seed first. In this quick video tip, Washington, D.C., chef and culinary instructor Brian Patterson shows you how it’s done, as well as how to remove the mango’s skin, so that you can use the fruit in anything from salsas and salads to refreshing desserts. For a recipe that uses this technique, see Spicy Pork Chops with Mango-Lime Salsa.

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