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Most people are familiar with mangoes, but do you know about yellow mangoes? You might also see them called Manila, champagne, young, baby, honey, Ataulfo, or Adolfo mangoes. It’s shaped differently than more common varieties. I prefer yellow mangoes for their delicately sweet flavor and “stringless” texture.
Note for those with sensitivities: this recipe contains raw egg whites.
In a food processor or blender, puree mangoes until smooth; pour into a medium mixing bowl. Carefully fold in whipped heavy cream; repeat with whipped egg whites. Divide mousse evenly among 6 dessert dishes and chill.
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