How to Make a Mango Hedgehog

Hello, Northern Hemisphere!

I’m still enjoying the beautiful summer weather down here in Australia, which means that mangoes are a regular part of my diet! Quickly upon arriving down under, I learned how to make a mango hedgehog, so I decided to show y’all how to make one too.

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In this case a video is worth at least a million pictures, but if you have any questions let me know in the comments section! I frequently fold the hedgehog back in, and eat it like a bowl. Yum!

Now, just in case you don’t know what to do with these tasty mangoes, I have a few of my favorite recipes to share with you! These recipes are gluten free, dairy free, and frequently allergy friendly. Just click on an image to learn more. 🙂

3 Mango Recipes!

Recipe: Mango Spacho

3 Mango Recipes!

Recipe: Mango Mustard ChickenRecipe: The Happy Mango Salsa

I am of course sharing all of my refreshing fruit with my friends over at Fiesta Friday– my favorite party in the blogosphere! Thank you so much to this week’s co-hosts- Suzanne @ apuginthekitchen and Zeba @ Food For The Soul.

Happy Cooking!

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18 thoughts on “How to Make a Mango Hedgehog

  1. Mangoes are just the best fruit and I like them in all kinds of recipes. Even though I have made these “hedgehogs” before I never heard them called that 🙂 Are you having fun in Australia ?

    1. Thanks, Judi! I think they’re particularly pretty when you make a fruit display; although, I cut most of my mangoes like this. I’m having a lot of fun in Australia. It’s great because while it’s a different culture, there’s many similarities to America, so I don’t feel too lost! Happy FF. 😀

  2. I LOVE mangoes! Strangely my kids don’t like them, but whatever they’re weird 😄 More mangoes for me! I’ve had them in dessert and salsa, but haven’t really made anything with them beyond that. The mango mustard chicken sounds great!

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