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These delicious mango recipes will give you some mouth-watering dishes this summer - make the best of it while mango season lasts!
These delicious mango recipes will give you some mouth-watering dishes this summer – make the best of it while mango season lasts!
The king of fruits has finally arrived for this year. Now, who is complaining about the hot summer here, without which we would not be able to relish these amazing mangoes?
I think I am pretty much like those people shown in mango drink ads where they crave for mangoes throughout the year! So come the mango season and I just make the most of it in different forms.
Be it mango juice, milkshakes, pudding, cake, ice-cream or pickle, the list is just endless and kids are surely big fans for these. Oh come on, who wouldn’t be?
Enough with the talking now, just stay with me when I introduce you to these must-try mango recipes this summer! People with a sweet tooth like me, you better pay special attention now!
If Rasmalai is one of the best Indian desserts, what better way to eat it than with a mango twist to it? It is a perfect snack for that hot summer noon and tastes wonderful when chilled. Try it for yourself and be sure to make it in abundance, because kids will come back asking for more!
Recipe: Mango Rasmalai
When you are in a hurry and just don’t have enough time to cook up a curry for your rotis, then this is your best bet. Use it as a spread for your rotis, dosas, bread, pan cakes, paranthas or just eat it just; it goes with anything and everything. This easy recipe with sweet, sour and spice all added to it is a treat and will make the taste buds dance to its tunes!
Recipe: Mango Chutney
Everybody knows the cooling effects of jaljeera. Why not make it interesting by adding mango to it? This raw mango flavored jaljeera is a quick fix when you want to serve something chilled to your unexpected guests this summer.
Recipe: Mango Jaljeera
Another simple yet mouth-watering twist to the boring kheer! This kheer is just not a tastier one but also a very healthy recipe, especially for kids. The moong dal addition to the kheer makes it a wholesome one too. So if your family is not interested any more in the age-old kheer, you should make them taste this version to change their opinions! You will be amazed at how the kheer transforms just by adding mangoes to it.
Recipe: Mango Kheer
Sandesh is a popular Bengali dish made from chenna (cottage cheese) and sugar. It is also available in many fruit flavours. Don’t you agree by now that I would say mango sandesh beats all of them? Well, if you don’t agree, then you should try this recipe to believe me!
Recipe: Mango Sandesh
Which recipe are you going to try first? Do share your favorite mango recipes; we can never have too many for you know it is difficult to satiate mango cravings!
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