Smoothies, salads and desserts – you name it we have it. Lip-smacking mango pulp recipes can be rustled up and enjoyed any time of the day with frozen mango pulp. What’s more, you can add a mango twist to many of your other dishes.
You can avoid the hassle of peeling and cutting mangoes as frozen mango pulp is available throughout the year. Use frozen Alphonso mango pulp and frozen Kesar mango pulp to make these interesting drinks and desserts in a jiffy.
Mango Shake with a Strawberry Twist
The first thing that comes to mind at the mention of mango pulp recipes is shakes. Apart from eating raw mangoes, shakes are the most popular way of enjoying mangoes. But what is a shake without a little twist! So here we give you the recipe for a mango shake with a strawberry touch.
- Before starting to prepare your mango shake, take some frozen strawberry pulp in a bowl.
- Mix honey and sugar syrup as per taste to it and mix well. Leave the mixture for a few minutes.
- Now put Alphonso mango pulp, sugar syrup, ice and milk in a mixer with the strawberry pulp and honey mix.
- Shake and mix well.
- Top with dry fruits, raisins and cherry, serve chilled.
Mango Smoothie with a Jamun Twist
Would you want to get experimental with your smoothie? Well, add a jamun twist to it. Jamun goes well with yoghurt which is the key ingredient in a mango smoothie.
- Mix mango pulp, jamun pulp, yoghurt, ice and sugar syrup and mix.
- Remember a smoothie doesn’t have to be shaken as much as a shake.
- Top with small chunks of other fruits and dry fruits. Serve chilled.
Mango Kheer – Yummiest Mango Pulp Recipe
- Soak rice overnight.
- Drain and grind them in a mixer-grinder. However, some people prefer whole rice for their mango kheer. It’s your choice depending upon how you prefer the texture of your kheer.
- Add milk to a vessel and bring to a boil.
- Add rice and cook for 15-20 minutes or until the kheer thickens to the consistency you like.
- Add sugar and cook till sugar melts.
- Sprinkle green cardamom powder and cook for some more time.
- Mix mango pulp to the kheer and cook till the mango pulp gets heated thoroughly and is well mixed with the kheer.
- Remove the piece of iron, bring the kheer to room temperature and then chill in the refrigerator.
- Add almonds, pistachios, raisins and cashew nuts and serve chilled.
Tip of the Day to Accentuate the Aroma of Mango Kheer
Heat a piece of iron until it’s red while your mango kheer is in the final stages of cooking and put it in your mango kheer once it’s done to add an awesome aroma to the kheer.
Mango Sauce Made of Alphonso Mango Pulp
This recipe is not exactly a dish in itself but it can brighten up many a dessert with a dab.
- Mix mango pulp, corn flour, sugar and a little water until the cornflour dissolves completely.
- Cook on medium flame and keep stirring for 5 minutes until the sauce thickens.
- Cool down to room temperature and add lemon juice and orange squash to the sauce.
- Mix well and refrigerate. You can store it for a week and use as and when required.
- Mango sauce can be added to ice cream, chilled milk, fruit salad or any other dessert. Perfect for adding a mango twist to a tasty tale!
Mango Jam Made from Alphonso Mango Pulp
Finally a simple, short, sweet recipe for homemade mango jam! To get perfect thickness and consistency of your mango jam, make sure that water is 1/3rd of the volume of mango pulp.
- Mix Alphonso mango pulp, water and some lemon juice.
- Cook for 10-12 minutes.
- Switch off the flame once you notice that the jam has become thick enough and turned glossy.
- Cool down to room temperature and then refrigerate.
Spread it on toast or parathas and enjoy the alphonso mango jam.
So try these delicious mango pulp recipes at home and enjoy the goodness of mangoes in all seasons.
If you want to learn any new recipes like mango kheer, do let us know in the comments section. We will tell you how to make them with frozen Alphonso mango pulp and frozen Kesar mango pulp.