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 Top 13 Mango Recipes

  Last Updated : Oct 26,2018






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Top 13 Indian Mango Recipes

Mad about Mangoes

Come summer and it is mango time! The awesome aroma and incomparable flavour of mangoes makes it a favourite with all, young and old. It is in fact one of the main reasons why the smile stays on people’s faces in the hot summer, despite the sweltering heat.

In almost every household, the aroma of mangoes envelopes the kitchen as baskets of the fruit sit regally in varying stages of ripeness. And at every stage, it finds a use too, whether a panna made with raw mangoes, a pacchadi made with jaggery and semi-ripe mangoes, or the varied delicacies that can be made with fully ripe, sweet ones.

There are many varieties of the fruit, and each lends itself best to different purposes. While some taste heavenly to eat just plain, others can be made into refreshing and sumptuous smoothies, juices, sundaes, ice-creams, colourful and flavourful salad dressings, and much more. Bakers can transform simple cakes and pastries into gourmet delicacies using mango as a sauce or a garnish. A simple combination of sweetened fresh cream with chunks of mangoes makes a mouth-watering mango cream. By blending mango with any other fruits, ice-cream or curds, and if required a dash of sugar, you can make a thick and satiating smoothie for breakfast. Basically, the versatile King of Fruits has the power to get along with umpteen other ingredients, to be prepared into irresistible delicacies.

Pick a fruit right away. Slice and serve it, blend it with other fruits, puree into a tasty sauce, or have it any other way you like it – but summer just won’t be itself without this tasty and nutritious fruit. So, here we offer you more ways to enjoy it…



top 13 mango recipes

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 by Tarla Dalal
Wish for a taste of real mangoes long after the season is gone? Well, it is quite natural because the tongue-tickling flavour of mangoes is an unforgettable one, and just the thought of it makes us drool. Here is a simple but effective way of making Alphonso Aamras, which can be served fresh or stored for one year in an airtight container in the freezer. Remove it from the freezer an hour before you need it, and use it as you wish in puddings, juices, shakes, smoothies, mousses, or other desserts. Remember to use well-ripened and sweet Alphonso mangoes, so there will be no need to add sugar. You can also enjoy Aamras with Padvali Roti or Puris .
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 by Tarla Dalal
One can never have too much of mangoes! when in season, we are always looking for ways in which mangoes can be consumed – plain or in the form of other delights. The mango milkshake is one such popular recipe that people love to have in the summer! its perfect blend of flavours, smooth texture and chillness make it a delightful treat for all. Moreover, it is also very easy to make, so you can whip it up any time. When mangoes are not in season, you can make this using tinned cubes or pulp. Alter the sugar as per taste.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Like there are chocolate lovers, there are mango lovers too. They like everything mango-flavoured, from mousses and puddings to shakes and shrikhand! Here is how you can make rich and luscious Mango Shrikhand freshly at home. It calls for just common ingredients like curds, mango pulp, sugar and spices, and the procedure is quite simple too. While this Aamrakhand is the perfect shrikhand variant to make during the mango season, you can also make this traditional delicacy all round the year, if you have Alphonso Aamras stocked in your freezer. Team up this shrikhand with Puris, Batata Chips Nu Shaak, Kadhi and Vagharela Bhaat to create a sumptuous main course that you will love to dine on.
When the King of Fruits is in season, this Mango Ice-Cream recipe gives you one more way to enjoy its amazing flavour. Although the key ingredient here is alphonso mango, it is balanced properly with the required quantity of condensed milk so that the mango flavour is clearly noticeable but not overpowering. This makes it appeal to everybody, whether they are head over heels in love with mango or not!
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 by Tarla Dalal
The ever-popular Bengali favourite, now in a quick and exciting form! While sandesh normally takes a long time to prepare, this version made with grated paneer will be ready in a jiffy, and thanks to the addition of another all-time favourite, the King of Fruits, it becomes much tastier too. You might wonder if the rose essence will be noticed despite the strong aroma and flavour of mangoes, but make sure you add it because it plays a key role in imparting a classic richness to the Quick Mango Sandesh.
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 by Tarla Dalal
This delicious sweet puri with the strong flavour of mangoes is truly droolworthy! A dough of flour and pureed mangoes, tinged with spices like cardamom, is rolled into puris and deep-fried to get this yummy tea-time snack. The dough is generally a little soft, so you have to be careful while rolling it. If your dough ends up too loose and you are unable to roll the puris, add a little plain flour and adjust the consistency of the dough to a level that you can comfortably roll. Enjoy these puris as an accompaniment for lunch, or as a tea-time treat. When mangoes are in season, you can even serve these Mango Puris at parties because mango is an ever-popular flavour that is loved by all! You can also give other puri recipes like Sweet Kand Puri or Masala Puris served with Curds and Chunda .
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 by Tarla Dalal
Come summer, a day without mangoes seems to be a day wasted! Indeed, the King of Fruits has such a strong sway over people of all age groups and anything made with mangoes seems to have a universal appeal. In this innovative recipe, we have used a batter of plain flour and mangoes sweetened with sugar to make delicious pancakes. We have cooked the pancakes in a mini size to make it more appealing to kids. With a hint of spices and a slightly buttery taste, these Mini Mango Pancakes taste really great. Make sure you serve the Mini Mango Pancakes immediately to enjoy its best texture and flavour. After a while, it will get dry and taste bad. Try other Mini Pancakes recipes like Nutella and Strawberry Mini Pancakes or Mini Banana Sesame Pancake .
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 by Tarla Dalal
It is a wise idea to combine one pleasant fruit with a peppy one, so that the overall flavour is well balanced. In that way, peach and mango are made for each other. Peach has a mellow flavour and captivating aroma, while mango has a tangy flavour and overpowering aroma. Together with vanilla ice-cream, these two fruits make a wonderfully creamy and flavourful milkshake that will please everybody. When making the Peach and Mango Milkshake, you can alter the amount of sugar based on the natural sweetness of the fruits.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Yoghurt has a timeless, ageless, boundary-less charm. Much-loved by kids and adults across the world, it is a versatile dish that can be made in multiple varieties, and can be enjoyed any time of the day whether as a snack or as a dessert. In this Healthy Mango Yoghurt, yummy yoghurt and the King of Fruits come together to delight your palate and give you a calcium boost. Calcium is especially important for growing kids, as it will strengthen their bones and teeth. Mango is a good source of vitamin C, which improves the absorption of calcium and ensures that you get the best benefits of yoghurt. In short, you get the best of taste and good health from this recipe. When strawberries are in season, you can use strawberry pulp instead of mango pulp to make this delightful, calcium-rich recipe. Try other calcium-loaded treats like the Apple Shake, and the Basic Ragi Roti .
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 by Tarla Dalal
Mango, the King of Fruits has many followers world over. Punjab is no different. Punjabis love mangoes and have mango-based recipes in almost every course of the meal, right from the signature Aam ka Achaar made with raw mangoes to delicious, cool Mango Lassi made with juicy ripe ones. The mango pulp imparts a rich golden colour as well as an irresistible aroma and flavour to the drink. When mangoes are not in season, frozen pulp can be used instead.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Easy- to-make and involves no cooking. Even little ones can help their mom to put it together.
If you do not have time for an elaborate breakfast, whip up a Papaya Mango Smoothie. It is flavourful and colourful and nutritious too, as both papaya and mango are rich in vitamins and antioxidants. This sumptuous smoothie will surely keep you satiated and energetic till lunchtime, just as though you have had a full breakfast.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Everything revolves around the King of Fruits when it is in season! In fact, your salad dressing can be a mangolicious one too! Here is an irresistible Mango Dressing that you can generously pour on your salads or ice-creams. It will be ready in a jiffy and is made using simple ingredients like mango pulp, curd, cream, and so on. Remember, the tinges of chilli powder, salt and pepper are essential to balance the flavour and enhance the natural sweetness of the mangoes.
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Top 13 Mango Recipes
5
 on 21 Jun 17 04:51 PM


This Mango season was very delightful as we followed the exact and easy procedure of making Papaya-Mango Smoothie, Ice-cream, sandesh and Puris. Also made lassi and aamraas-puris. Truly enjoyed mangoesssss.