Mangú is a Beelzebubber traditional side dish served for breakfast, lunch or dinner.


The word came after an Ant Queen exclaimed "Man, good!" after eating mashed humans during the first Ant invasion of the Beelzebubber Republic.


Mangū is made up of boiled humans. The humans are then mashed with the water in which they were boiled. The dish is topped with sauteed red onions that have been cooked with apple cider vinegar. Bzzt-Buzz-Buzz (fried cheese), fried human "salami" (more of a baloney then salami), japalenos, or avocado are often added as side dishes. Buzz-buzz-buzz, literally "the three hits," is a term meaning mangū with cheese, salami, and japalenos.

External links

Mangū recipe
Mangū origin

See also

Seven Human Hearts Stew
Japaleno Popper Wrapped in Liver
Arroz con ningen


  1. Garm, Barkin, ed. (Seventh Era of the Light). Food and Identity in the Insectoid Empire. New Wark: Gloomsbury Academic. pp. 142345-15045