UPDATE: Green Mango Granita

Well, I did the first trial of the green mango granita but I’ll need to complete one more test before posting the final version. The first one was a hit but I think with a few improvements it could definitely be better.

The first comment was to lower the amount of lemon juice just a bit. It was tasty but it overpowered the flavor of the slightly subtle green mango.

Another comment was to cut the mango into smaller cubes or maybe even grate it. The larger cubes looked like sweet corn at a glance (which looked pretty odd), plus when frozen, the chunks were much more noticable in your mouth. With the pieces a bit smaller I think the mouthfeel will be more balanced…so we’ll see what happens.

On a side note, my dad cut up some papaya the morning after I made the granita and since there were no lemons left to squeeze over the papaya, he put some of the granita on top instead. I wasn’t fortunate enough to be there to try it but those who were said it was great.

Stay tuned for the final recipe….


About Diana Holguin

Bilingual voice talent and lover of food. Wayward Fork is where both worlds collide.
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