It's Mango season, here in Australia, and We love them!
Within the mango is a large, oval shaped, flat stone-seed.
Turn what is left of the mango around and do the same on the other side.
Trim any excess off, again, gently following the seed.
With the tip of the knife, score in the flesh (just through to the skin) with either parallel or diagonal cuts.
Press the skin up, from underneath, to get cubes of mango pushed up toward you.
If you cut the mango just right, you may be able to make a face!
To freeze, you possibly would like the skin removed first.
I score (the skin only, not into the flesh) the whole mango, from top to bottom, into quarters.
With the stem end down again.
The skin peels away easily from a ripe mango.
Enjoy mangoes ~ all year round!