Mango Mania !!!
It’s Mango season !!! So here are some of the mango recipes from my blog !!!

One of the summer’s most fabulous gifts to us is fresh, delicious fruit. And we’re not just talking about any fruit, we’re talking about mangoes.

Mangoes finds a special place in my kitchen. As I am a big fan of mangoes…and of course always eager to innovate recipes from mangoes. Here I present my collection of mango recipes.


Mango Kesari is one of the quick, easy and delicious dessert that can be prepared for any occasions. It is smooth, mildly sweet and magnoliaceous.MANGO KESARI (MANGO HALWA)PicsArt_1497147606776


A delicious sweet mango treats made from flavored or plain mango pulp & served during summers.AAMRASPicsArt_1496746445514


Mango Raita is a spicy and tangy accompaniment and can take any Indian style meal to a next level.MANGO MINT RAITAPicsArt_1492702766094


Treat yourself and the kids to a sweet snack with these simple and healthy Mango Roll Ups.(Aam papad roll)MANGO ROLL UPS (AAM PAPAD ROLL)1494934790791


Today I am sharing a tangy recipe Aam ki sabzi (Mango curry).Its delicious, easy and quick ..Must try.AAM KI SABZI (MANGO CURRY)PicsArt_1494988557578


A delicious and easy only 3 ingredients breakfast recipe with mango and brown bread. Super easy and quick Breakfast.MANGO SANDWICHPicsArt_1494722520959



Traditionally Sandesh is made with fresh homemade channa and sugar. I add some mango pulp in this recipe to give a twist.MANGO SANDESH HEARTSpicsart_1476887832242



Making of mango frooti I never imagined.It’s so simple without any additives,
preservatives, colour with nO color and of course with the joy of making from scratch.Home Made Mango Frooti324


“The king of fruits”mango is the most loved seasonal fruit.
Delicious MANGO MELODY…..for mango lovers….Mango Melody182


Quick and easy pickle that tickles your palate!Keri Ki Launji (Raw Mango Launji)289


Mango is the king of all fruits and is liked by everyone. Its summer season and it is ruling over. Mango itself is a treat and something made from it is simply delicious.Eggless Mango mania cake before the mangoes go away.Eggless Mango Semolina Cupcakes43


My granny’s recipe soon as raw mango is available in market she makes and sends pickle for us ..Recipe is very simple but it is even more tastier when she makes it ….
Simplest recipe of pickle everyone can make it.Fresh Mango Pickle (Katki Ka Achhar)293



#easysweetsMango Coconut Laddoo196


I made mango roses for my cake and pudding  decoration. These are natural fruit flowers. Easy to make and they are so adorable too!!!…
we can use them in cake or any food decoration …How To Make Mango Rosette4

“Fusion pudding “(seviyan kheer with mango and custard)

Mango season is about to get over but still, my mind can’t stop thinking about Mango recipes.So this time I tried a different recipe with Mangoes.Fusion Pudding (Seviyan Kheer With Mango And Custard)18


नाम है “आम” पर है सबसे खास ।
Mango -“King of fruits.
Here I present delicious dessert ..Mango Phirni3


Aam ka panna(Raw mango mint shots)

Aam Ka Panna, a refreshing summer juice made with raw green mangoes.Aam Ka Panna (Raw mango Mint Shots)332


Eggless Mango Biscuit jelly pudding
Cool dessert for Hot summer .Eggless Mango Jelly Biscuit Pudding345


These Mango cakes is  egg-less, yet so soft and moist. It melts in your mouth and that frosting on top makes it super awesome. Mango Cake110
Spicy, sour and sweet mango preserve made with raw unripe mangoes and spices. Make it before the mangoes go away .MANGO CHUNDAPicsArt_06-17-10.25.39

Before the Mango season says ‘bye’, I prepared another dessert using Mango. Mango trifle is the today’s share. This is a delicious dessert which is easy to prepare.MANGO TRIFLEPicsArt_06-22-07.02.46


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Summer, perfect time to indulge in Mangoes. Buy in bulk and try out new recipes using Mangoes in various forms. This my own adaptation of the English Trifle Pudding, using our very own favorite Mango!Layered desserts are my fav both preparing and

Layered desserts are my fav both preparing and eating.I usually make my desserts in a small glass as desserts are mostly had after our heavy lunch or dinner.PicsArt_06-22-07.03.58



Oreo biscuit 10,12 broken
mango flavored Custard Powder – 1 ½ TbspPicsArt_06-22-07.11.05
Milk – 1 ¼ cup
Sugar – 2 Tbsp
Mango – 1 cup (chopped)
choco chips
(Note: 1 cup = 250 ml
Vary the amount of sugar as per your sweet level)
4 small glasses (a little larger than shot glass)





  1. Take ¼ cup of milk and add the mango flavored custard powder and mix well.PicsArt_06-22-10.25.16
  2. Coarsely grind together biscuits, butter and brown sugar in a mixer jar and transfer into a bowl (you can crush biscuit with hands also).
  3. Take ¼ cup of milk and add the mango flavored custard powder and mix well.
  4. Take remaining milk in a bowl and bring it to boil. Once it boils reduce the flame and add the milk custard mixture prepared and sugar.
  5. Stir well continuously till the mixture thickens. Remove from flame and allow it to cool. Now custard is ready (The custard prepared should have medium thick consistency. Refer the packet you are using to decide on the amount of custard powder required. Also, keep in mind that custard thickens further once it cools)
  6. Cut the mango into small pieces. Add sugar if you want to increase the sweetness and mix well.
  7. Take 3-4 short glasses Spread a layer of the biscuit mixture into individual glasses and press lightly and put it in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to set.PicsArt_06-22-10.26.19
  8. Put a layer of prepared custard on the top of it.PicsArt_06-22-10.27.18
  9. Put a layer of mango pieces on the top of it.PicsArt_06-22-10.28.22
  10. Repeat the above 3 layers so as to fill the glass. Garnish with Mango Rose and grated chocolate or choco chips. Chill it for 2-3 hrs and serve cold. Enjoy!!!!PicsArt_06-22-07.05.33



  • You may use vanilla flavor custard powder with mango pulp.


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This is a sweet mango pickle with a lovely flavor of cumin. Loved the sweet and spicy taste of the pickle a lot. You can have it as it is or spread it on toast and have it like marmalade.

I learned this recipe from my sister-in-law.
my hubby doesn’t like pickles but loved this sweet and little tangy Chunda.
I used little sweet raw mangoes for it.

serve aam ka chunda as a side condiment with a Gujarati or north Indian meal or you can also have it with chapatis, paratha, methi thepla, lauki thepla, mooli thepla, pooris, Rotis or bread.


quick and easy mango chunda recipe.


Preparation Time: 10 mins
Cooking Time: 20 to 30 mins

Raw Mango – 3 large peeled and grated
Salt – 2 tsp
Turmeric Powder /Haldi – 1 tsp
Sugar – 1 cup
Chilli Powder – 2 tsp
Cumin Powder – 1 tsp



  1. rinse and wipe dry the mangoes. then peel them. grate or shred the mangoes.
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  4. Take grated mangoes in a kadhai. Add in salt and turmeric powder and mix well using your hands. The water will leach from the mangoes.PicsArt_06-15-10.35.03
  5. Add in sugar and mix till the sugar is mixed and melted.
  6. on a low flame or sim, cook this mixture. initially, the sugar will melt and consistency will be watery.PicsArt_06-15-10.35.03
  7. stir often so that the sugar does not crystallize and keep on simmering the mixture.
  8. when the sugar syrup will start to cook, you will see the mixture bubbling.
  9. keep on stirring and cooking, the mixture will begin to thicken.
  10. Add in chili powder and cumin powder.Mix well.PicsArt_06-15-10.36.39
  11. Put this whole thing on heat and bring it to boil. Simmer the pan and cook on a low to medium heat till the mix get thick.
  12. Remove it and let it cool down. It will get even thicker.Serve..PicsArt_06-15-10.38.23
  13. once cooled, spoon mango chunda in a clean sterilized glass jar or bottle. mango chunda stays good for more than 3 months in the fridge and about 15 to 20 days at room temperature.


The recipe can be doubled by doubling the ingredients.PicsArt_06-17-10.24.39

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Smooth, silky and a really good recipe of Mango Kesari.


One more mango recipe.I can’t  resist myself when it comes to mangoes
because mango season doesn’t come again and again.
My daughters like halwa. The school has started, favorite and my mind is back on its duty to present favorite dishes.

This mango halwa recipe is just exactly the way we make halwa. The only addition is of mango pulp. so what you get is a halwa with mango taste, flavors, and aroma.This is quick simple and easy summer dessert.

If you like mangoes and wanted to try different recipes using it then have to look at my collection of mango recipes.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 4



(1 cup = 250 ml)
for mango puree:
1 medium to large sized Alphonso mangoes OR ¾ cup chopped mangoes
1/2 cup sugar, OR add as required
1 pinch saffron
seeds from 3 green cardamoms
3 tablespoons ghee or any neutral flavored oil
1 cup rava or sooji (cream of wheat)
1cup milk=250ml
1.5 cups water
dry fruits – cashews, raisins, charoli (chironji) as required





  1. Making mango puree:
    take 1 medium to large sized alphonso mango or any variety of mango.
    chop it and add the mango pieces in a blender or mixer jar.
    you will need about¾ cup of chopped mangoes.
  2. powder the cardamom and discard the husks.
  3. heat ghee or oil in a thick bottomed pan.add the sooji or rava and fry till they change color and you get a lovely aroma.(this is an important step and if the sooji is not roasted well, the halwa will become sticky or lumpy.)PicsArt_1497147898478
  4. add dry fruits and continue to fry for a few minutes.
  5. heat 1.5 cups of water separately.
  6. add the boiling hot water in a slow stream. be careful as the mixture soon as you add the hot water, quickly begin to stir the halwa, so that lumps are not formed. for best results use a wired whisk while stirring.PicsArt_1497147952842
  7. add milk and sugar, continue to stir.
  8. the semolina absorbs both water and milk and will swell.PicsArt_1497148032351
  9. you have to stir continuously so that the mixture does not stick at the bottom of the pan.
  10. after 1 or 2 minutes, add mango pulp.stir again well and ensure that the mango pulp is mixed well.PicsArt_1497148086914
  11. add cardamom powder and saffron.stir till the moisture reduces.
  12. cover with a lid and cook for 1 or 2 mins more.
  13. garnish mango halwa with Mango Rose.

serve the mango halwa hot, warm or even cold.


  • An addition of sugar depends on the sweetness of mango and your taste buds. so do add sugar as per your requirement.
  • 1/2 cup sugar makes the Mango Kesari just sweet. for more sweetness, add ¼ cup sugar extra.
  • milk can be used instead of water.
  • dry fruits of your choice can be added.
  • more ghee can be used if required.
  • if using mango puree, then you can use an approx ½ cup of mango puree.



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Aamras is a famous Maharashtrian recipe, made with fresh mangoes, milk, and sugar. A great drink of seasonal mangoes is most often served with puri or paratha.


traditionally aamras is served with pooris. but aamras can also be had after a meal or as a sweet dish, dessert or just about at any time.

Aamras recipe is prepared with different types of mangoes available in the market.
if you are looking for more mango recipes then do check AAM KI SABZI (MANGO CURRY)MANGO ROLL UPS (AAM PAPAD ROLL) , MANGO SANDWICHMANGO MINT RAITAMANGO SANDESH HEARTSMango MelodyKeri Ki Launji (Raw Mango Launji)Fresh Mango Pickle (Katki Ka Achhar)Eggless Mango Semolina Cupcakes



(1 cup = 250 ml)
400 grams mangoes or 2 large Alphonso or 3 to 4 Kesar mangoes
½ teaspoon cardamom powder
1 pinch saffron strands (Kesar), optional
sugar or powdered jaggery (Gur) -3tbsp optional
water  as required – optional
Milk 1cup


  1. Wash the mangoes. Rinse the mangoes, then peel and chop them.
  2. Add sugar, water and mango pieces in a blender…blend till smooth.PicsArt_1496740883705
  3. Add milk and crushed Kesar/saffron strands and mix well to thin down the aamras, and strain the juice as much as you can.PicsArt_1496741019231
  4. Pour the aamras into serving bowl and chill in the refrigerator.PicsArt_1496741082869
  5. Serve the cold aamras with poori or serve with chapatis. You can serve this is a sweet dish or as a dessert after your dinner or lunch.
  6. you could even add your choice of dry fruits to the Aamras. if adding cashews, then fry the cashews till golden brown and mix it with the Aamras.

Enjoy delicious  Mango Aamras!!!


  • The amount of sugar depends on the sweetness of mangoes and your individual preference of sweetness. if the mangoes are tangy, then you could add some sugar .but if the mangoes are very sweet, you need not add any sweetener.
  • Aamras is best prepared with ripe mangoes or overripe too, if they too ripe then it is best to make Aamras instead of eating slices.


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Treat yourself and the kids to a sweet snack with these simple and healthy Mango Roll Ups.(Aam papad roll)
I’m sure that in your childhood, you might have eaten the tasty & delicious Aam Papad.
When I was a kid, my Dadi used to make us Aam papad and we kids used to go up to the terrace, again and again, to check if it was ready.

Have you ever thought that one of the most delicious things that you ate many times in your childhood can be made very easily at home?

Today Astha’s kitchen is going to share this yummy all time favorite recipe of Aam Papad with all of you. So just take a look at the recipe below & try it at your home.1494934790791


Mangoes – 1kg  (You can make it with any mangoes of your choice. I have taken mix varieties of Aam Alphonso, totapari, badam, lalpatta.
Sugar – 4 tbsp (You may use less or more sugar according to your taste)
Cardamom/ Eliachi – 4 no (Peeled)


  1. Wash, Peel the mangoes & cut into pieces.
  2. Blend the mango with cardamom in a food processor or blender to make its thick uniform puree.
  3. In a non-stick, pan adds fruit puree and sugar. Cook it on low flame for 7-8 minutes more until pulp becomes thick or sticky, stir continuously.The main purpose here is to evaporate excess water.
  4. Grease a steel plate or tray with Ghee, pour the cooked mango mix on the plate and spread it out thinly.PicsArt_1494935025914
  5. Now keep this plate out in the sun to dry. If the sun’s heat is strong then the Mango Papad will be dried in two days.
  6. Else you can keep the plate in your room or the kitchen, you can cover the Mango Papad with a thin cloth or net. It will take more than 2 days also (mine will take 2 days)
  7. Check the surface of fruit roll up with your fingers. When it is not sticking to your finger and there is no liquid part left, you know it is ready.
  8. Once the Mango Papad has dried completely, the first scratch it from sides and take it out with a knife.
  9. Make straight cuts into these dried fruit sheets using a sharp knife. Start rolling them gently.PicsArt_1494935084580
    yippee….Aam papad roll is ready …
  10. Serve it immediately or store it in air tight container/box it will remain good for a month or 2, but who can resist keeping such yummy snacks for 1 or 2 months also?
    Do try and let us know how it turned out.PicsArt_1494934610592


    The fruit pulp and sugar are taken roughly in ratio 4:1 which means four parts of fruit and one part of sugar. You can even us honey instead of sugar.

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