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About The Indian Mangoes At The Fancy Food Show

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Indian Mangoes At Fancy Food Show Review
Steve, the Tortilla Guy, at Fancy Food Show in the New York City is talking to the representatives of the Indian Mangoes. They are telling him about Indian mangoes, how these are grown, packaged and marketed all over the world. If you also want to know more about these delicious mangoes, you should watch the video!

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Bxredman's picture
A Little long Tortilla Guy !!!but very informative
Raquel's picture
I agree bxredman, I lost interest after the 3 minutes! Keep it short and sweet TG! :-) Raquel
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
I had to learn all about the mango's. There is alot we don't know !! The Tortilla Guy
shantihhh's picture
so anyone break lose with $36 for the Indian mangoes? Love them but dang that is expensive.
Miss.World's picture
oh wow! you guys are being ripped off if you pay 36$ for mangoes! it is sooo much cheaper here.. plus, the different varaieties [indian, pakistani, omani, etc...] .. nothing is that expensive. and this is comming from a mango addict :)
pablooppy's picture
Tortilla Guy, Why is the Indian Mango better than the Ecuadorian Mango? I would love to sample an Indian Mango with a beautiful Indian woman! I have already sampled Ecuador! I will have my Nan ready! PEACE OUT!!
CookingMyWay's picture
Great video! I think Indian mangos are better than Ecuadorian ones. Not so easy to find Indian ones though...
shantihhh's picture
Indin mangoes are so fragrant and simply amazing. First they don't hav those icky fibers running through them. Many Indian markets are selling them by the case at around $35. Mangoes in Thailand are also wonderful. Thy are growing the Manilla, Alphonso and Champagne varieties in Mexico - watch for them as they are not so pricey and quite nice i.e. no iberous texture.
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
If and when you can find them, try them and do your own test The Tortilla Guy
help.me.cook's picture
I don't know too much about food but I do know that Indian Mangoes are the best! Chris
Jerry's picture
I don't like mangoes but you look like you eat anything! J
pablooppy's picture
Hey Tortilla Guy, YOU ROCK!!!! What do you get when you mix a latina woman with an Indian Mango??? ONE DELICIOUS WOMAN!!!! PEACE OUT PERRO!!
pablooppy's picture
Hey Tortilla Guy, YOU ROCK!!!! What do you get when you mix a latina woman with an Indian Mango??? ONE DELICIOUS WOMAN!!!! PEACE OUT PERRO!!
pablooppy's picture
Hey Tortilla Guy, YOU ROCK!!!! What do you get when you mix a latina woman with an Indian Mango??? ONE DELICIOUS WOMAN!!!! PEACE OUT PERRO!!
pablooppy's picture
Hey Tortilla guy, I live down the street from Los Angeles's little India. Many times I have gotten Mango drinks at these Indian Restaurants? Are they probably the Indian Mango guy's? Mango drinks are very popular out here and at most Indian restaurants.
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
Next time we meet we will have to do Indian Food as I am still a rookie with it !!! The Tortilla Guy
pablooppy's picture
Hey tortilla guy, PEACE OUT!!!
pablooppy's picture
Hey tortilla guy, PEACE OUT!!!
pablooppy's picture
Hey tortilla guy, PEACE OUT!!!
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
Whats going on Pablo double clicking ? The Tortilla Guy
shantihhh's picture
we're stuttering tonight!
cheezeit's picture
HEY T-GUY WERE THOSE THE "MANGO-KINGS"??? MAYBE YOU COULD CHANGE YOUR NAME TO "MANGO-MAN"?? MAYBE THEY COULD SELL THESE AT THE 7-11 WHERE I GET MY COFFEE, THEY SELL OTHER FRUIT THERE...........THANKS
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
No But I will find a way to wrap a mango ! The Tortilla Guy
shantihhh's picture
Mango-beef makes a fabulous combo! I'll have to make one and shot a photo. Indian mangoes are awesome but only sold by the case here at $35 for a dozen mangoes.
vikas.kumar's picture
Mango-beef?!? Never heard of that combo!
frances's picture
NEVER HAD ONE BUT I BET I WILL LOVE THEM I JUST LOVE MANGOES. WHERE CAN I GET THEM?
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
From What I know they were allowed back into the country just this year after not being able to be imported for over 26 years !! The Tortilla Guy
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
From What I know they were allowed back into the country just this year after not being able to be imported for over 26 years !! The Tortilla Guy
frances's picture
NEVER HAD ONE BUT I BET I WILL LOVE THEM I JUST LOVE MANGOES. WHERE CAN I GET THEM?
frances's picture
NEVER HAD ONE BUT I BET I WILL LOVE THEM I JUST LOVE MANGOES. WHERE CAN I GET THEM?
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
My head is already spinning. India has about 1500 varieties of mangos, including 1000 commercial ones. I feel like we are entering the surrealism of Mango Idol. Make that irradiated Mango Idol. It’s true. America wants the mango but not the mango weevil so the fruits are irradiated. The Tortilla Guy
shantihhh's picture
Indian mangoes are wonderful green or ripe, but he fragrance and lovely flavour develops with the just ripe Indian mangoes. I make a pork and mango wrap using Tamaruos tortilla-too bad the Indian spice/masala ones aren't avilable as this would be awesome. In fact chicken, beef or pork, with a just ripe mango, some curd/yoghurt curry dressing and some greens like daikon sprouts or cilantro. I am going to my South Indian market today I will check if she will sell the mangoes each not a case. In India they make amazing mango chutney that is heavenly hot-sweet-spicey YUMMMMM
vikas.kumar's picture
Mango is truly the king of fruits. My favourite is the "Maalda" variety. It's not as fancy n expensive as the Alphonso but I'm hooked to the "Maalda" smell n taste...People from Bihar would agree.
shantihhh's picture
The cost in the US of Indian mangoes is quite high due to iradiation, shipping costs, and greed knowing the limited supply. As o beef and mango and pork and mango typical Vietnamese combination for salady type rolls using rice paper. Quite a marvelous taste combination. Also such as Green Mango Salad with Grilled Beef (Goi Xoai Voi Bo) a pipulr Vietnamese dish. Also a popular new Cantonese dish is Beef With Mango, and also Chibese mango/beef deep fried rolls using an egg roll wrapper which is very popular locally at Tien's Tea House. Beef With Mango a Chinese Stir fry dish is also yummy, or Beef and Mango Fajitas from Wallmart (seriously funny to me but real)or how how about Beef And Mango Kebabs. I feel a blogg coming on---the complimentary taste of mangoes and beef, also mangoes and pork.
dido's picture
Very good post, thanks a lot.
Hawaiian Girl's picture
I don't necessarily think this was too long like a couple others said, but with the ambient noise from the market, the background music that was added was too much for me to hear anything that was said except by you and sometimes the gentleman standing right next to you. I don't think it would matter though. I'm partial to the Hawaiian mango! There's nothing like walking out your back door, waving to your Auntie or cousin across the shrubs, and picking a mango off your tree. I don't live in Hawaii any more, but I gotta be true to my roots, no? I've looked for that flavor ever since, and I just can't find it imported from anywhere! All kidding aside, has there been a comparison done between Indian and Hawaiian mangoes? I've never found either in my grocery stores, mostly Ecuador or Mexico.