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12 Sep 06
Mamoza by naz_ashfaq
A refreshing blend of orange, pineapple and red grape juices. Serve on a hot summer's day.
18 Aug 14
Mangana Mix by foodieprincess
It's a Mango and Banana shake mixed with falooda seeds. A very refreshing summer drink for children and adults alike.
12 Mar 13
Mango and Apple Juice by damyantiben
Apple blends good with most of the fruits, even with mango.
22 May 13
Mango and Ginger Ale by sweetsmartspicy chef
Mangoes are full of seasonal goodness. Put them to good use with this refreshing drink. You can use ready made mango juice and make it throughout the year.
06 Jul 12
Mango and Mint Squash by Anjana s chaturvedi
A very popular and refreshing raw mango and mint drink . Aam panna or kairi panha- it's an excellent drink for hot summer. This tangy raw mango and mint drink or squash is a very delicious and refreshing ,mainly consumed in the northern part of india. Its an excellent and instant thirst quencher ....
03 Oct 11
Mango Chiller by foodqueen1994
This is the best way to kill the heat on a hot summer day, mango chiller is a cool refreshing drink which is loved by all especially children! so go on refresh your senses.
25 Apr 12
Mango Choco Smoothie by sammeg
A totally perfect drink for kids to be refreshed after playing in hot summers!
06 Jun 13
Mango Colada by Rekha Ghadawala
A delicious papaya mango based drink...perfect for summers!
14 Jun 12
Mango Iced Tea by damyantiben
Green tea and mango come together to give a healthy tea.
03 Oct 11
Mango Lassi By Jessie by jessie
The mango lassi is a nice variation to the popular and traditional yogurt-based drink (sweet or salted) which originated in the punjab region of the indian subcontinent. It is made by blending yoghurt with fresh mango juice or pulp and sugar to prepare a sweet creamy lip smacking mango lassi.
03 Oct 11
Mango Lassi By Meera60 by meera60
Mango lassi is a nice variation to the popular and traditional yogurt-based drink (sweet or salted) which originated in the punjab region of the indian subcontinent. It is made by blending yoghurt with fresh mango pulp and sugar to prepare a sweet creamy lip smacking mango lassi.
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