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Saturday, June 8, 2013

Mango Juice | Easy Summer Drinks Recipes

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I had plans to post Mango recipes this year, but I could not do so because of my laziness.Somehow I managed to prepare a few mango recipes last week and I would post them in the coming weeks.So stay tuned for various Mango Special recipes in my blog and prepare them before the mangoes fade away from the markets.
Mango Juice is an easy recipe which I thoroughly enjoy during the mango season.Given a chance if I am asked to prepare a beverage with mango,I would prepare either Mango Milkshake or Mango Lassi as both of them are my absolute favorites.I usually stock the mango fruit pulp in my freezer all the time and if you have the mango pulp at hand you can prepare this juice in no time. 

Check out few ripen Mango recipes in my blog.For complete list of Mango recipes click here.
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Mango Juice Recipe:
(serves 2)

1 ripen Alphonso Mango(any variety would do)
2-3 tbsp Sugar
1/4 tsp Cardamom powder(optional)
Ice cubes,to serve

  • Wash and peel the skin of mangoes and cut into pieces.
  • In a blender add chopped mangoes,sugar and cardamom powder and blend to a fine puree.
  • Add chilled water(approx 1 cup) and blend again to a smooth consistency.Now check the sweetness and add more sugar or water if needed.You can make it thin or thick according to your preference,I prefer to make it slightly thick.
Serve it in a glass with ice cubes on top.

  • I like the flavor of cardamom in the drink,you can skip it if you want.
  • Always add chilled water so that you can serve the drink immediately or you can refrigerate the jucie for few hours before serving.
  • Use sweetened mango varieties like alphonso,kesar,badam etc and fibrous variety is not suitable for juice.If you use fibrous variety strain the juice before serving.
  • I usually dip the mangoes in water for few hours.It is believed that this process reduces the heat impact of mangoes on our body.
  • You can add juice of 1 small lemon and few mint leaves while blending to make mango lemonade.This would be a refreshing change to your usual drink.
  • The amount of sugar depends on the sweetness of mangoes,hence add it accordingly by tasting the juice in between while blending it.
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Priti S said...

yum yum....I need that glass now ....

Sowmya Madhavan said...

My hubbys favo...we always buy Mazda or slice when we visit Indian shops..looks super nice and yumm

Raksha said...

Wow, this is refreshing,delicious

Sona S said...

Refreshing juice, nothing can beat fresh juice made at home.

Veena Theagarajan said...

wow so refreshing

Anonymous said...

Deliciously tempting! My family fav drink...

Hema said...

I made this juice today morning. Adding lime juice is a nice idea.. will try it out the next time!

Janani said...

I love it so bright and refreshing

Divya Shivaraman said...

Perfect for the season...

Priya Suresh said...

I want those glasses, super tempting juice.



Jatin Gidwani said...

This seems really simple.. I'm gonna try it out for sure.
Mango lassi is also really easy to make for all those who want to try it out here's the recipe:
All you need is:
1 mango - peeled, seeded and diced
1 cup plain yogurt
1/4 cup white sugar
1/2 cup ice
In a blender, combine mango, yogurt, sugar and ice. Blend until smooth.

For another great mango drink that can be had all year long check out : http://on.fb.me/10IyFis

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Priti Raj said...

Thanks for sharing this yummy recipe. My children love mangoes and so do I ;) Mango juice is one thing they never fuss about and it’s become a good bribe for me. I have recently found KDD harvest’s mango juice which tastes amazing. Now my children are good all through the year thanks to this juice.

Lucky Saxena said...

This is really a very good article, I was looking for this from long time, I’m a new blogger and this article gave me lots of ideas, keep posting gr8

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