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Tropical mint juice

Stand mango on narrow edge, with stem facing you, on cutting board. Cut down about 2 cm to one side of stem with sharp knife, just grazing side of pit. Repeat on other side of fruit. You should have two at sides, or “cheeks”. Scoop flesh from each cheek with spoon.

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Peel flesh around pit, then remove as much flesh from pit as possible. You should have about 200 g of mango flesh.

Ingredients

  • 1ripe mango
  • 250 mlwater
  • 2 tablespoonsfresh lime juice
  • 200 gpapaya, chopped
  • 1orange, peeled and seeded
  • 1 tablespoonpacked fresh mint leaves, chopped
  • 8ice cubes
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  • Step 1

    Stand mango on narrow edge, with stem facing you, on cutting board. Cut down about 2 cm to one side of stem with sharp knife, just grazing side of pit. Repeat on other side of fruit. You should have two at sides, or “cheeks”. Scoop flesh from each cheek with spoon. Peel flesh around pit, then remove as much flesh from pit as possible. You should have about 200 g of mango flesh.

  • Step 2

    Combine mango, water, lime juice, papaya, orange, mint and ice in blender jar of the KitchenAid ARTISAN Power Plus Blender. Secure lid and set blender to Juice setting. Blend until machine turns itself off.

  • Step 3

    Alternatively, combine ingredients in blender as directed, secure lid and turn dial to Speed 1. Slowly increase speed to high (Speed 10 or 11). Blend until completely smooth for about 1 minute. Turn dial to Speed 2 and blend for 10 seconds or so to reduce froth.

  • Step 4

    If juice is too thick, blend in an extra splash or two of water. Juice is best if served right away.

  • CHEF’S TIP

    Try adding pineapple to the mix for a hit of sweet vitamin C.

  • VARIATIONS

    Ice pops: Pour juice into ice pop moulds, add sticks and lids and freeze until solid for about 4 hours. For fun striped version, use different-coloured juices and freeze each “band” of colour before adding next.

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Tropical mint juice

Step 1

Stand mango on narrow edge, with stem facing you, on cutting board. Cut down about 2 cm to one side of stem with sharp knife, just grazing side of pit. Repeat on other side of fruit. You should have two at sides, or “cheeks”. Scoop flesh from each cheek with spoon. Peel flesh around pit, then remove as much flesh from pit as possible. You should have about 200 g of mango flesh.

Step 2

Combine mango, water, lime juice, papaya, orange, mint and ice in blender jar of the KitchenAid ARTISAN Power Plus Blender. Secure lid and set blender to Juice setting. Blend until machine turns itself off.

Step 3

Alternatively, combine ingredients in blender as directed, secure lid and turn dial to Speed 1. Slowly increase speed to high (Speed 10 or 11). Blend until completely smooth for about 1 minute. Turn dial to Speed 2 and blend for 10 seconds or so to reduce froth.

Step 4

If juice is too thick, blend in an extra splash or two of water. Juice is best if served right away.

CHEF’S TIP

Try adding pineapple to the mix for a hit of sweet vitamin C.

VARIATIONS

Ice pops: Pour juice into ice pop moulds, add sticks and lids and freeze until solid for about 4 hours. For fun striped version, use different-coloured juices and freeze each “band” of colour before adding next.

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