Who doesn’t love mangoes? right? Mango is almost everybody’s favorite fruit to eat during summers. Many people wish that mango season was every time.
There are many people who love to eat mango with everything, even one while having lunch or dinner. Other than eating mango separately, do you know you can make various delicious food and drinks by using mangoes?
Here are five easy to make mango recipes for all the mango lovers who wait for the king of fruits’ season throughout the year.
The best way to beat the heat in the scorching summers of Pakistan is to have mango lassi. Mango + Lassi makes the best combination you have ever tasted. Here is its simplest recipe, enjoy it with your friends and family.
Put mango, yogurt, milk, sugar, or honey into a blender and blend for 2 minutes. If you want to have a chilled glass of lassi, either blend in some ice as well or serve over ice cubes.
Mango Ice-Cream with Condensed Milk:
We all scream for Ice Cream and mango ice cream is one of the best desserts to have after having food. All you have to do is:
Combine the sweetened condensed milk, milk and mango puree in a bowl. Whip the cream lightly and fold into the mixture. Drop into a frosty tray and freeze until half set. Remove and beat until smooth, with a whisk or electric beater. Doing so can help keep the ice cream flavor smooth and fluffy when it’s setting. Go back to the tray and freeze until well set.
A cake can be difficult to finish when fresh, bake mango muffins instead. You can enjoy the same taste and freshness of the muffins even if you eat them after a day or two. To bake the mouth-watering muffins follow this easy recipe.
Cut and peel two very ripe mangoes (soft to touch), and may to soft pulp and juice. In a wide bowl, mix flour, baking powder, salt, and sugar. Combine the butter, milk, and egg into a separate dish. Stir in the mango pulp and mix liquid ingredients with dry until just moist. Fill greased muffin tins, or paper muffin cups two-thirds full. Bake at 400°F for 15-18 minutes. They ‘re fully baked when brown on top and a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean.
Have a small evening get together in the evening at home and no mood for cooking? Try this easy mango salsa recipe and show guests your cooking skills.
Put the diced mango, red onion, jalapeño, and capsicum in a medium bowl. Toss with lime juice. If the salsa is too acidic for you, stir in some diced avocado or any vegetable of your choice.
Mango Iced Tea:
Another drink to enjoy in the hot summers is a flavored ice tea. The taste would multiply if made with mangoes. Serve it to your family or friends, everyone will love the cold mango iced tea for sure.
Place the mango, sugar, and water into a saucepan. Heat on low until dissolving of sugar. Growing heat to medium-high. Get a simmer big. Simmer about 10 minutes, mashing the pieces of mango with a potato masher occasionally. And take it off heat. Remove from heat and allow the temperature to cool to room. Squeeze the solids through a fine-mesh strainer. It can be refrigerated for almost 2 weeks.