4.19.2014

MANGO-BANANAGURT

Mango-bananagurt

"Today is the first day of Spring", said Clementine in her particular tender yellow-coloured voice. She had been looking forward that day for almost a month, and now that was happening, she couldn't stop herself from telling everyone what a marvelous thing was going on. 

Somehow, it seemed as if she had been chosen for this task by one of these ethereal yet omnipotent natural forces: she was the spring messenger. And she was indeed really good at it. She had some kind of innate talent to spread the season essence over the atmosphere; one could nearly notice it, but we were all being coated with this strange, mysterious scent everyone's sprinkled with whenever spring arrives. 

And that was spring: mainly Clementine.

Mango-bananagurt


Mango-bananagurt

MANGO-BANANAGURT

Serves 2

I had been thinking about a few recipes for a while, I had some options but they didn't seem to convince me at all. I was particularly looking for something colorful, vivid. Something that made me vive. Something simple yet extremely powerful. Something that could picture Clementine's spring spirit. Something like what came into my mind after checking Belen's blog

1 very ripe mango
2 very ripe bananas
3 tsp lime juice
Strawberries, sliced
Blueberries
Pomegranate seeds
Sesame seeds

·Peel and slice the mango and the bananas. Mix the fruits and the lime juice by using a food processor or blender until you get a smooth, yellowish fusion.
·Separate the mixture into two different bowls and top with the strawberries, the blueberries and the pomegranate seeds. Sprinkle with the sesame seeds and there you have it!

Mango-bananagurt

4 comments:

  1. Hola María,

    soy Ana del blog La Sana Motivación , he llegado a tu blog gracias al curso de Jackie y me he quedado impresionada con tu talento! Tan joven y con este trabajo hecho y con estas fotos tan bonitas....guaaaau! Felicidades! Me guardo tu blog en favoritos. Y como profe que soy, me encanta ver gente tan joven con estas aficiones, es genial!

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    1. Hola Ana,

      Me alegra mucho que te guste el blog y las fotos. Estaré encantada de tenerte por aquí y de compartir experiencias en el curso! Muchas gracias por tus bonitas palabras! :)

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  2. Hola, yo también soy una alumna de Jackie y estoy haciendo un tour por todos los blogs que dejaron su enlace. El tuyo es uno de los que más me ha gustado... me quedo de seguidora. Saludos...

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    1. Hola Yamile,

      Estoy encantada de que te guste el blog! Nos vemos por el curso y por aquí!

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