Me Go Mango Guacamole by Mickey J. Corrigan


There are a handful of recipes included in my new romance anthology, Me Go Mango. Here's one of them, a favorite of mine for cocktail hour or baseball game snacking.


Me Go Mango Guacamole
(serves 2)

1 large ripe mango, peeled, pitted, and diced
1 large ripe avocado, peeled and mashed
1 lemon, quartered
1 large ripe tomato or several small ones, chopped
1 tsp. salt
½ tsp. black pepper
sour cream
2 sprigs of cilantro
blue corn chips

1. In a stainless steel bowl, combine the mango with mashed avocado. Squeeze lemon juice over all to curtail browning.

2. Add tomato and seasonings, mix gently.

3. Heap into 2 mounds on a bed of shredded lettuce or a nice serving platter.

4. Add a dollop of sour cream and a sprig of cilantro to each mound. Surround with chips, and serve.



Photo by Drahomir Posteby-Mach on Unsplash

About the Author

Mickey J Corrigan


Originally from Boston, Mickey J. Corrigan writes tropical noir with a dark humor. Novels include Project XX about a school shooting (Salt Publishing, UK, 2017) and What I Did for Love, a spoof of Lolita (Bloodhound Books, UK, 2019).

Social media links:

www.mickeyjcorrigan.com

http://mickeyjcorrigan.tumblr.com/
https://www.goodreads.com/Mickey_J_Corrigan

 




Me Go Mango Anthology: Two Women Find Their Bad Selves 


Two novellas in one fun anthology: a group of college friends revisit their past, and a young woman gets a job that launches her into a very surprising future. Who doesn’t want a chance to rewrite their past?

ME GO MANGO
Erin Monahan reformed her bad girl ways, only to discover the good girl act can’t save her marriage. Hiding out in a love hotel with a bottle of Two Buck Chuck, she calls for reinforcements. Her college friends organize a weekend reunion in small town Vermont.

Ellen has money from suspicious sources. Maggie seems perfect, but she's got a big dark secret. And Sandy's a mess—plus she's hiding something. When Ellen proposes the four of them go in on a business venture, a retreat for middle-aged bad girls, Erin thinks she’s crazy.

Then Erin meets Roberto, a hot Cuban chef. Soon she decides she doesn’t want the mango to end.

DREAM JOB
After Adrianna sleeps with her hunky boss, she has to face him every day at the office. She has to test the company’s software with him in the office hot tub. She has to ignore the fact that she’s fallen madly in love with him—but is her infatuation only a dream?

To make Adrianna's life in tropical Florida even more confusing, Davis, a geeky guy from her past, is stalking her—but only in the murky dream world they appear to share.

Something strange is happening to Adrianna. And it’s making her wonder about her dreams. Could it be that dreams are the entry way to another world? A real world? A hyperreal world?


Available from Amazon and Champagne Books.

Comments

  1. The books sound good, thanks for the yummy recipe.

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  2. a book, wow, "you" must be filled with great recipes. this looks amazing, so many delightful, yummy ingredients!!

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    1. Thanks, there are quite a few more mango recipes in the new book...

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  3. Both recipe and book sound yummy.

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    1. It tastes so rich and indulgent, it is hard to tell it's good for you!

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  5. Sounds delicious! Crazy to read this because I was just craving mango yesterday. :) Wishing Mickey all the best!

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