4 Mango Desserts for This Summer

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Mango is one of the amazing gifts to us from summer. Known as the king of fruits, there is nothing more satisfying than indulging in a pulpy, soft, and juicy mango.

Here are some of the mango recipes that will make your summer delightful.

  1. Mango Ice Cream

It is one of the classic recipes that never fail to delight us. The three main ingredients for making the mango ice cream are mango or mango pulp, fresh cream, and sugar or honey.

Here’s a recipe to make mango ice cream: 

  • Peel and slice the mangoes and make the puree. 
  • Add sugar or honey to the smoothie as per your preference. Mix it well till the sugar dissolves. 
  • In another bowl, whip the cream with an electric beater till it makes soft. Add the mango pulp prepared before to the whipped cream and blend it lightly. 
  • Pour the mixture into a container and put it in the freezer, and then allow it to set.


  • Mango Kulfi

Kulfi is the Indian version of ice-cream, which is made without eggs or an ice cream maker. The basic ingredient of kulfi is milk, which is often flavored with dry fruits. 

Traditionally the kulfi involves boiling the milk until it thickens up. It is made by mixing thickened milk, condensed milk, and whipped cream. The full-cream milk is boiled in a heavy bottom pan on medium heat. It is allowed to simmer on a medium-low flame for 20 minutes.

The dry fruits are then added to the mix along with the mango puree. The mixture is then transferred to the kulfi moulds with an ice-cream stick inserted in the mould. The mould is then placed in a freezer to set. With this mango kulfi recipe, you will be able to make kulfi within 25 to 30 minutes.

  • Aamras (Mango juice)

Aamras typically means mango puree or pulp, and it is one of the popular desserts in Maharashtra and Gujarat. 

It is traditionally served with poori (Indian bread) and is a favorite of many people across the country. Alphonso mango is most commonly used for making the aamras. Mangoes are peeled and squeezed to take out most of the pulp. The pulp needs to be mashed nicely before adding other ingredients such as sugar, dry fruits, and saffron. Whisk the pulp for a good blend, add sugar if needed and aamras will be ready to serve.

  • Mango Shrikhand

Mango Shrikhand is a popular yogurt-based sweet delicacy, which is usually served with poori. Curd is hung in muslin cloth for 3-4 hours. The mango puree is then added in the blender along with hung-curd and sugar. You may add crushed cardamom or saffron as per your choice. Blend the prepared mixture well and keep in the freezer to cool for some time. Mango shrikhand is ready to serve. You may garnish it with fresh mango pieces as well. 

This summer, satisfy your cravings with a variety of mango desserts.


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