How To Cut Architectural City Design Mangoes

tasty well cut city design mango


Ripe mangoes look more beautiful and inviting, when cut into different beautiful shapes and designs. Very ripe ones are
sweet but, do not look firm when cut. Just ripe ones look appetizing , just like the first picture.

Ripe mangoes can also be made into fresh, yummy, natural mango juice with a fruit juicer. 

Mangoes are in season now, to avoid waste, it is advisable to juice and store in the fridge. Eating them with the fiber is also good and healthy. Mangoes are among my favorite fruits.
cut mango in two halves, leave the hard seed untouched
take one half of mango, cut verically, then horizontally without cutting the skin


bend cut mango as if you want to break in two halves
bend cut ends outwards and downwards
bending cut mangoes to bring out the shapes and design
very ripe mangoes do not give perfect designs
yummy architectural design


When I eat ripe mangoes, only the hard seed is disposed of. The skin is my favorite. I love mango skin but unfortunately some mangoes come with bitter skins that prevent me from getting my extra fiber. Large mangoes come with edible skins. The ones that still look green even when ripe are those whose skin I can't chew. For mangoes with red, orange or yellow skins, I eat everything.
Enjoy!

Comments

  1. Really the skin? Didn't know you can eat the skin. I shall try this too. Work of art you did o.

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    1. Lolz I enjoy yellow, orange or red mango skin, but not green.

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  2. I am not a fan of mango but this is yummy.

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  3. My goodness! You must be a mind reader or something! Just this morning, I was cutting up my mango for snacking at work, I was thinking to myself that I would have to search google to find out how to cut up mangoes like this. Only for me to open your blog and "voila!" it's the first thing I see. I go dey fear you now o... LOL! Thanks for putting this up! :-)

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    1. Hahahaha Adele, no fear me o, make we fear Baba God. Hope cutting is easy for you now?

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  4. I love mangoes in every form and this is yummy! Do you know that my daughter has insisted we try this architectural designed mango, but we don't have mangoes yet in Lagos, because the ones Ive seen are not very ripe and big like when they are fully out. Thanks Eya.

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    1. Lagos people sorry o, we enjoy fruits all year round in Abuja. Try cutting ripe paw paw like that for her " I think paw paw may not be that flexible to bend"

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  5. Lolz aunty Ojay always adding swag to everything,my mallam friend doesn't av mango,so I settled for watermelon andpineapple. Exactly what I need to attack dis Abuja weather.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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    1. The weather eh? I think it has never been this hot here. You'll get ripe mangoes at the market.

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  6. http://www.stelladimokokorkus.com/2013/03/sosplease-help-crystal-nonye-mbanugo.html

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  7. I love mangoes and it looks so yummy and classy like this. The normal me; I eat the skin, the flesh and suck on the seed till it turns white and hairy. #kpako pikin... :-)

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  8. So, I have a sister here. The same way I eat my mangoes. Lolz.

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  9. Anonymous3/07/2013

    Cutting mangoes don become sumthing to show 4 here? Are we kids? Haba eya, are u out of ideas or dnt have mush to show again? This ur blod is becoming boring sef. Am outta here..

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    1. Hehehehe anon d only boring stuff here is ur usuall tantrums aimed at Eya.
      I advice for ur health u quit being dis bitter,u need dis sweet mango more than everyoda person,coz u're so bitter.
      Ur hate is a very weak emotion,I pray it doesn't lead u to egoistic suicide. Maybe dat will make a catchy post on d best blogs.
      Aunty Ojay plz fix her something sugary to eat.

      ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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    2. Margaret3/07/2013

      Anon 11: 41, you are so bitter. Why not thank Eya for teaching you how to serve sexy looking mangoes to your husband.

      I agree with Bonario, this your hate can lead to suicide. I have seen your envious and jealousy filled comments on many posts. If it's loneliness that is worrying you abeg go grab one man for Alaba International Market marry jor.

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  10. Anonymous3/07/2013

    Thank eya for teaching me how to cut mango? I beg make I hear word jor!

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    1. Samsung Galaxy S33/07/2013

      You are so jobless! You are excellent at cutting mangoes, what are you doing here then???

      FYI, me I've just learnt how 2 cut beautiful mangoes, and I'm learning via my Samsung Galaxy S3 while you continue to fight Eya with your SAGEM PHONE. #wuru wuru dey smell

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  11. Mamy Black3/07/2013

    Mtcheew,jst wonder y some ppl r so bitter wt hate.tnx sooo much Eya 4 d gud work u'v bn doin.

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  12. Anonymous3/07/2013

    Bonario a high five! Aunty Eya, just kp moving, ppl are entitled to their opinions! Zee!

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  13. Anonymous3/08/2013

    Pple sha! Must u drop hateful comment?? Why can't u allow us to learn things we don't know and u wait for the one u will benefit from. Abeg carry bad belle go park well jor. If u are in a hurry pls ask google. Lilian

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    1. Anonymous3/09/2013

      Lilian pls just leave those ones who are learning but too proud to say thank you. Start doing what Eya is doing so that you see how easy it is. Me, I'm an addict jareh.

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  14. Anonymous3/09/2013

    Dt anon mst be vry high on smthg cheap; nvr meant 2b insultive tho', y nt jst b appciativ 4jst once in ur lifetym n if u can't, u can pls hug d nxt transformer; kudos Eya; Mrs Aj

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  15. Anonymous3/09/2013

    Dt anon mst be vry high on smthg cheap; nvr meant 2b insultive tho', y nt jst b appciativ 4jst once in ur lifetym n if u can't, u can pls hug d nxt transformer; kudos Eya; Mrs Aj

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  16. Pls leave d anon abeg everyone is entitled to his or her opinion must we all praise Eya and am sure she is d one hidind behind anon to insult d anon as for u bonario pls get a life

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    1. Anonymous3/09/2013

      @ Benelyn cough syrup, wetin come be ur own sef. So u like make dem insult person wey dey teach us how to give our hubbys varieties? OK no wahala.

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    2. @anon 6:28 are u 4 real Eya needs critics to grow her blog naa wetin must d comments be sugar nd spices all d time u need haters my dear to grow stay there and making benelyn joke idiot

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  17. Anonymous3/09/2013

    Looooolllllllzzzzzzzz@Benylyn cough syrup but seriously d achitectural designed mango laughs d one cut by eya looks like like poopoo ayama btw ure doing a good work

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