Darwin mangoes are paired perfectly with the strawberries in this tropical fruit pie. Serve with ice cold ice-cream on a warm summer evening for the perfect end to a day.
4-stars for taste; 3-stars for presentation This pie has very good flavor, but the next time I make it I will drain the liquid off the mango-strawberry mixture before putting it in the pie shell. I waited to cut the pie until it had completely cooled and there was too much liquid which resulted in a soggy crust. This made it very hard to lift out nice looking pieces. - 11 Apr 2011 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
Fantastic! Delicious! Recipe was easy to follow and true to amounts. I personally like a little more of the crumb mixture so I just made more and added it. I also added a bit of orange juice when simmering the mangoes and strawberries... it adds a nice thick sort of glaze to the fruit as it reduces. Just options. - 19 Oct 2010 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
This pie was good, but I wouldn't say amazing. I did alter the recipe according to what I had on hand, but I don't think it this had much impact on the final result. I used lemon and lime juice instead of apple juice because that's all I had. I had an 8" pie crust so I ended up getting rid of all the excess liquid that was left with the cooked mango and strawberries. I also omitted the nutmeg. I thought there was way too much crumb mixture (even though I didn't use all of it). If I was to do this pie again, I would probably not do the crumb mixture and just use a regular pie crust on top. - 08 Feb 2011 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)