The virtues of apples and relevant health-related aspects have already been discussed on frowner.blog. Mangoes are just as healthy and go well with apples or berries. This fruit is a source of vitamins C, E and B and is very healthy despite its high fructose content. It is also rich in beta-carotene, a precursor of vitamin A. Mangoes “supply” three grams of beta-carotene per 100 grams of pulp, as well as essential minerals such as potassium, calcium and magnesium.
These fruits are naturally healthier when eaten raw. Nevertheless, an apple and mango puree prepared without added sugar is a small delicacy.
Wash 6-8 apples, and peel, core and quarter, depending on their size. Wash and peel 2-3 mangoes (currently in season from Spain) and cut them into slices down to the stone. Wash and squeeze the orange. Instead of an orange, you can also add a little lemon juice if the fruits are well ripe.
Bring everything to a boil in a pan and simmer at a medium temperature until soft.
Mix and cool.
Serve with some vegan whipped cream and peppermint leaves.