Mango Fruit Leather

 Here is another treat with the mango pulp.I can assure you that, once you eat one roll, it is very difficult not be tempted to have another one. The process looks tedious but it is very easy even for a beginner in baking. My daughter would love to have this, so have some mango puree stored in the freezer so that I can make these while she is here.
Mango Pulp
From 2 mangoes
1 tbsp (Optional)
Puree the mango in the blender with the sugar. I haven’t used sugar as I felt the mango was quite sweet.
Preheat the oven to 175C
Place the parchment paper on a rectangular tray
Spread the puree as evenly as possible and thinly too
Bake for 3-4 hours
Touch the surface to see if there is any moisture left
Take it out of the oven and place it on a cooling rack to cool completely
Now place another parchment sheet on this, and invert the prepared leather
Peel off the old parchment paper
Cut into even strips
Roll it up and enjoy the fruit leather

If there is any left over, then store it in an air tight container

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