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Intense, tropical smoothie creation (mango, mora, tamarind)
« on: April 27, 2015, 01:07:58 PM »
Made a smoothie yesterday with frozen fruit pulp from the store (as my trees are not yet producing).  Anyway, I threw together a smoothie with whatever we had left, and it came out incredible!!

Recipe (makes an entire blender):

1.5 packs frozen mango pulp
Homegrown Red Lady papaya (about the amount of pulp that would fit in one's palm)
1/2 pack of mora (Andean blackberry) frozen pulp
1/3 pack tamarind
Sugar to taste--( I used 2-3 T for the entire recipe)
12-16 oz coconut water (homegrown  8))

Blend to perfection!  It was like an intense tropical candy, like would be in the tropical flavored starburst or lifesavers.  A perfect sweet sour balance, with sweet barely winning out!
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Re: Intense, tropical smoothie creation (mango, mora, tamarind)
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2017, 12:15:26 AM »
Made a smoothie yesterday with frozen fruit pulp from the store (as my trees are not yet producing).  Anyway, I threw together a smoothie with whatever we had left, and it came out incredible!!

Recipe (makes an entire blender):

1.5 packs frozen mango pulp
Homegrown Red Lady papaya (about the amount of pulp that would fit in one's palm)
1/2 pack of mora (Andean blackberry) frozen pulp
1/3 pack tamarind
Sugar to taste--( I used 2-3 T for the entire recipe)
12-16 oz coconut water (homegrown  8))

Blend to perfection!  It was like an intense tropical candy, like would be in the tropical flavored starburst or lifesavers.  A perfect sweet sour balance, with sweet barely winning out!

THANKS FOR SHARING THIS RECIPE OF YOURS TO US!!!! <3

 

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