Brazilian Mango Salad

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Brazilian mango salad requires you to start by cutting the mango into slices. Make Brazilian mango salad with help from a published cookbook author in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Michelle Dudash, author of Clean Eating for Busy Families, and today I'm gonna show you how to make a Brazilian Mango Salad. Now the first we want to do is cut the mango into slices. Now when you slice the mango you want to remember that there's a long flat seed in the middle so we cut about a 1/4 inch from the center. So we're basically just cutting off what we call a mango cheek. Once you have your cheek we take a paring knife and we just slice right into the mango. So whatever thickness you want for your slices is how thick you should be slicing when you're slicing out of the skin and make sure you don't go cutting through the skin. Then we just take a spoon to release the slices from the skin. So how simple is that. Alright now we just add our mango slices to our salad and in this bowl we have some mixed greens and then the toppings for our salad we have sliced avocado, we have mandarin oranges, hearts of palm, and we have some macadamia nuts so we'll put those on the salad at the end and then first we'll make our vinaigrette. Now with the vinaigrette we have some orange juice and then we're also going to add rice wine vinegar, we have some honey, Dijon mustard, and we're gonna add just a pinch of salt. So we just add all of those ingredients to our little bowl here and a orange juice just makes it so fresh and so delicious, the Dijon mustard really balances it out, and then we just whisk it all together. Now of course you could take a shortcut and just buy your own but it's so simple, you know just make a fresh little vinaigrette. Alright, so we just add our toppings to the bowl and then we sprinkle in some macadamia nuts and then we drizzle in our vinaigrette and then we add just a pinch of salt and then we do is just toss this together. Now this is great for an entree salad, great for lunch time, a cool dinner, a entree, so beautiful so colorful, and here's our Brazilian Mango Salad. I'm Michelle Dudash your clean eating expert.

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