This exotic fruit is not only delicious but also it can look really pretty on your fruit plate!
1. Mango is a bit flattened. Also the stone inside has a similar shape. When you face the shorter side cut of the 1/3 of the fruit (if you are too much in the center you will hit the stone).
2. Once you have a 1/3 of mango without stone, with a sharp knife, do a series of parallel cuts without cutting through skin. Next do another series of cuts that are perpendicularity to the previous one.
3. Now you need to push the fruit out so you have cubes of fruit still attached on its skin.