Ataulfo mangoes are known by a variety of names all over the world, but you'll be calling them delicious! Ataulfo Mangoes are small, delicately shaped mangoes with a skin that ripens to a golden yellow.
Ataulfo Mangoes flesh is velvety smooth, with almost no fibrous texture and a wafer-thin pit. Sometimes Ataulfo Mangoes also called Champagne, Honey, Manila, Adaulfo or Adolfo mango.
Ataulfo Mangoes is an important fruit for many tropical countries; the Ataulfo Mangoes contains enzymes useful for tenderizing meats that also acts as a digestive aid. Mangoes may be added to salads or used in vegetable or poultry dishes.
They come from the Mexican states of Michoacan, Sinaloa, Nayarit, Jalisco, Veracruz, and Chiapas, and are sold between March and September.