Street food style mango fruit cups

These street food style fruit cups made with mango, orange, lime juice and coconut are a healthy snack.

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I love a good, healthy snack, and I’m always tempted to stop whenever I see a fruit cart on the street. Throughout Mexico, you’ll find these street food vendors with all different seasonal fruits that they’ll cut up and put in a cup and top with chile powder, Tajín, chamoy or some kind of bottled salsa.

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Sweet potato flan

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Mangonada #recipe with homemade chamoy from theothersideofthetortilla.com

How to make mangonadas

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Chiles toreados

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Maura Wall Hernandez of theothersideofthetortilla.com in front of Museo Frida Kahlo, La Casa Azul in Mexico City

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