Mango and passion fruit topping for skyr
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Mango and passion fruit topping for skyr

5 min
Mango and passion fruit topping is the perfect touch to a fresh and sweet skyr bowl. This combination is so popular, enchanting everyone with the fruits’ yummy flavours. This recipe is made to give you a lovely tropical flavour boost – be it as a breakfast option, an afternoon snack, or a post-dinner treat.

Instructions

  • Put skyr in a bowl.
  • Add mango, passion fruit and granola to the skyr.
Enjoy!
Tips

It can be both quick and easy to peel and cut a mango. You can use a peeler to skin it, then cut off the flesh with a knife. Or slice off the ends, stand it upright, and cut the peel away, then cut off the flesh. Alternatively, cut off each side of the mango, the mango ‘cheeks’, around the seed, score a grid in the flesh, flip it out, and slice off the cubes.

Tips

To prepare the passion fruit topping, simply cut the fruit in half, and from there scoop out the flesh, seeds, and juices with a spoon.

Questions about mango and passion fruit topping

To help you make the best breakfast or afternoon snack, we answer some of the most frequently asked questions on mango and passion fruit topping.

Do you use fresh or frozen mango for topping skyr or yogurt?
You can use both fresh and frozen mango for topping for skyr or yogurt – but we recommend finding the perfect ripe, fresh mango. That way, you can the best burst of maximum tropical sweetness. For a cold touch or ease, frozen mango adds a refreshing sensation and a different texture, which is also delicious.
How to choose the right mango and passion fruit to use as a topping?
Mango varies in colour on the skin depending on the variety, so the best way to check its ripeness is to press gently to see if it gives slightly. If it does, it is ripe. Avoid the ones that are excessively hard or soft. The right passion fruit has thick, slightly wrinkly, and sort of dull skin and appearance. A neat trick is to shake it gently. If you hear the seeds moving inside, it is likely ripe.
How to cut mango to use as a topping?
To remove the skin, use a peeler or slice off the ends, stand it upright, and cut the peel away. Then it is ready to cut. Or, cut off each side around the mango seed so you have two ‘cheeks’, then score the flesh in a grid pattern and slice the flesh off. You can cut it into slices or cubes of different sizes, depending on the texture and flavour experience you want.

Ingredients

Arla® Skyr plain
Mangos
Passion fruit
1
A handful of granola with nuts

Enjoy an exotic skyr breakfast with a fresh mango and passion fruit topping

Take a culinary trip to a tropical island and enjoy an exotic skyr breakfast with a fresh mango and passion fruit topping. You can through this skyr bowl together in no time, needing only a few ingredients. With the warm, yellow hues from the fruits, it is impossible to resist, and once you dig in, you will keep coming back for the same bowl. For other exotic toppings, you might consider a delicious pineapple coconut topping for skyr or tasty kiwi and strawberry topping for skyr.

The perfect combination of sweet and tangy and soft and crunchy

An exotic breakfast or snack needs to be the perfect combination of sweet and tangy flavours and soft and crunchy textures – and our flavourful and colourful skyr bowl topped with fresh mango and passion fruit is just that. The passion fruit provides a sweet yet tangy flavour that is complemented by the strong, tropical sweetness of the mango. Known for its soft flesh, it will melt on your tongue while the passion fruit seeds add a bit of crunch. That, and a handful of nuts-filled granola help bring an exciting mouthfeel with every delicious spoonful.