Mango PeelSkin of a mango wedge is being separated from the juicy flesh of this tropical fruit. One hand holding the fruit chip and the other operating a kitchen knife. Wooden board dabbled with mango juice.

Whenever we peel a mango, we never imagine that the peel could be used for anything. You will be surprised to know that saving that mango peel from now on can benefit you. We know how bad it already feels to reminisce about the number of mango peels you have wasted so far. But from now on, you will never again toss the mango peel into the bin.

Mango Peel Tea

Do you love sipping a good sip of refreshing and revitalising tea? You can now boil the strips of the mango peel in water to get started. You can add some lemon and honey into the boiling water with the mango peel strips. Sip on this delicious tea to enjoy a drink that is not only high in antioxidants but also vitamins your body needs.

Mango Peel Pickle

Mango Peel

Get ready to enjoy a crispy and spicy snack that would easily surpass meat, by making mango pickle with mango peels. You can slice the peel, add vinegar, spices, and salt. You can leave to ferment for a few days and enjoy a tangy snack with your rice dishes and curries once it’s ready.

Mango Peel Chutney 

Many people are absolutely crazy about the delicious and zesty mango chutney. You can chop off the mango peel finely, add green chillies, garlic, ginger, and spices to make mango peel chutney. You can have this chutney with pakoras and samosas. You can even use the mango peel chutney as a spread on sandwiches.

Mango Peel Jam

Another great way to make use of mango peels is by simmering them with water and sugar until they thicken and form the consistency of a jam. You can add cinnamon and cardamom to enhance the flavor of the jam. You can spread the homemade mango peel jam on pancakes and toast. You can also use mango peels jam to fill cakes.

Mango Peel Powder

Drying out the mango peels in the sun for a few days will make the mango peels dehydrated. You can then grind the mango peels to make a fine powder. You can add this powder to soups, curries, marinades, etc. It will add a delicate mango flavor and a sense of sweetness to everything.

Beauty Scrub

You can also use the mango powder made from dried mango peels as a beauty scrub. You can add yoghurt and honey to it and make a cooling scrub for the body and the face. Mango peels are rich in natural enzymes. They will make your skin feel silky and refreshed by helping exfoliate the dead skin cells.

Skin Toner

If you are fond of using skin toner, then you definitely need to try mango skin toner. This natural skin toner can be made by boiling mango peels in water. You can let the solution cool once its done boiling. You can strain the liquid and apply it as a toner to tighten pores. It is a great skin toner for the hot summer days.