Mango season starts, then why not a flaming MANGO? - pauljoseph —pauljoseph
Test Kitchen Notes
Warming spices and a boozy kick are perfect complements in pauljoseph's fruity flambéed dessert. The mango is enhanced with numerous international flavors, and is coated in just enough butter to make it rich. If you prep the mango beforehand everything comes together in a snap—perfect for entertaining. - broccolirose —broccolirose
1 Mango , ripe but not soft
2-3 tbsp. Butter
3 tbsp. Brown sugar
Cinnamon 1 stick
Rum , to taste
In This Recipe
Take 1 ripe, mango , cut in about 4 or 5 slices
Melt a few tbsp. butter over medium heat.
Add 2 to 3 tablespoons of brown sugar; stir
Add cinnamon and cloves
Add mango . Cook until fairly warm and starting to soften, about 1 minute
Flip and allow to cook an additional 30 seconds.
Add rum (light or dark; dark has more flavor) to taste, and swirl in pan a bit