We love to garden at our house. Since we live in the desert, we have been compared to living on the moon and getting anything to grow is a miracle.We spent the day cleaning up our fall garden and improving our winter garden today. It is a little cold for us - around 55 degrees so I can't complain.
Here is a tutorial of drying mangoes.
1. Pick a ripe mango and peel it. There are mango cutters that will help with the seed but the peel will still need to be removed. Slice the mango into slices about 1/4 inch before placing it on a rack to dry. I have found that long strips work best instead of small chunks.
3. Place the fruit in the dehydrator at 100 degrees for 20 hours. The fruit should be pliable and not brittle when done.