Jamaican Julie Mango
Solomon Gundy---Jamaica

Number11 Jamaican Mango




Not all parishes have an abundance of mangoes.  You will find mangoes in Thomas, Clarendon, St. Mary and St. Elizabeth more than the other parishes in Jamaica. Clarendon is known for Number11 mango.

Mangoes is used to making jam and other cuisine. I often eat it like this

Wash mangoes properly, peel then diced or slice it. Put sliced/diced mango into a container add 1/2 teaspoon salt and 1/2 teaspoon black pepper to it. Cover container and shake well, allow to marinate for fifteen minutes then eat it.

NB. It best to use half ripe mangoes.


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