Contributed by: NAPSA
Add A Taste Of The Tropics To Your Holiday Party (NAPSA) - If a warm-weather getaway isn't in your holiday plans this year, bring the islands to your celebration. Simply add an exotic taste of mangos to your favorite seasonal beverages.
To toast in the New Year, sip a delicious Mango Bellini as the ball drops and the confetti flies. Created by Dallas' own Chef Sharon Hage of York Street, this sparkling cocktail elevates typical Champagne, making your toasts to the New Year even more memorable and unique.
For an extra-special presentation, use a holiday cookie cutter to shape mango slices into a festive holiday-themed garnish.
Bring a fresh new perspective to the holiday by serving Tropical Eggnog and Mango Bellinis. Add in a few simple appetizers and everyone sticks around to deck the halls. To find the right complement to your holiday mango beverages, go to www.mango.org for festive recipe ideas, preparation tips and much more.
Separate eggs. Set egg whites in the refrigerator.
In a mixing bowl, beat yolks until creamy. Gradually add 1/4 lb. of sugar, beating at high speeds, until thick. Stir in milk, spiced rum, vanilla, cinnamon and mango puree.
Place in refrigerator to chill, at least 2 hours.
Remove egg whites from the refrigerator and beat until soft peaks form. Add remaining 1/4 lb. sugar, beating into stiff peaks. Fold the chilled spiced rum and mango mixture into egg whites.
Serve in a goblet, garnish with freshly grated nutmeg.
Makes 15 Servings
Combine mango puree and chilled Prosecco (or any sparkling white wine) in each Champagne glass and serve.
Garnish with fresh mango slices on the rim.
Makes 1 Serving
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