The Art of Exoticism in Cooking: Mango Panga
Cuisine is a gateway to the world, an adventure where each dish tells a story. Today, we invite you to discover an exotic culinary experience that will awaken your senses and transport you to distant lands: mango Panga.
In this taste quest, Panga, a fish with a delicate flavor, combines wonderfully with the sweetness of mango, creating a symphony of flavors that awakens the taste buds. It’s a harmonious dance between two ingredients that, at first glance, seem so different, but when combined create a magical dining experience.
This recipe, both simple and sophisticated, is a tribute to creativity in the kitchen. It transcends borders, combining exotic spices with the natural freshness of mango to offer you a dish that will appeal to the most demanding palates.
Prepare for a culinary journey where flavors mingle, where sweet meets savory, and where simplicity transforms into excellence. Mango Panga, with its exquisite sauce and elegant presentation, is much more than just a dish; it embodies the art of cooking with passion and creativity.
Whether for a romantic evening or a special occasion, this recipe will allow you to surprise and amaze your guests. So, let yourself be carried away by this gourmet adventure and discover the exotic in every bite.
- Prep Time10 min
- Cook Time10 min
- Total Time20 min
- number of persons4
- 4 beautiful panga fillets
- 2 large ripe mango
- 2 pinch of cinnamon powder
- 1 tsp chopped ginger
- 1 knob of butter
- ground Kampot pepper
- 20 cherry tomatoes
Preparing the mango sauce
Peel the mango and cut it in half. Reserve half for the rest of the recipe.
In a blender, add 1 mango, cinnamon and ginger powder. Blend until you obtain a smooth and creamy sauce. Save this delicious mango sauce for later.
In a pan, melt the knob of butter over medium heat.
Carefully place the Panga fillet in the hot pan. Cook the fish for 3 to 4 minutes on each side, turning halfway through cooking. The fish should turn golden and flake easily with a fork.
Cooking the mango
If you want to serve the mango hot as a side dish, fry the remaining mango pieces in the same pan for a few minutes until they caramelize slightly.
Assembling the dish
Once the Panga is cooked, pepper it with three turns of the pepper mill to enhance its flavors.
Spread the mango sauce you prepared previously over the cooked Panga. Let the flavors mix for a few moments in the pan.
Serve your Mango Panga hot, accompanied by rice for a complete gastronomic experience. You can also add cherry tomatoes for a touch of freshness.
Congratulations, you have now successfully prepared a delicious Mango Panga that will tantalize your taste buds! The sweetness of the mango combined with the lightness of the Panga, enhanced by a touch of cinnamon and ginger, makes this dish an unforgettable culinary experience. Serve it with rice and cherry tomatoes for an explosion of flavors in the mouth. It’s a perfect recipe to impress your loved ones during a romantic dinner or to simply treat yourself with a gourmet and balanced meal. Enjoy this exotic journey to the heart of home cooking!