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Aamras is nothing but….Aam – Mango and Ras-Juice, Mango Juice in posh words…. In some states of North India Aamaras is served in weddings….You can even relish this aamras as it is or you can play around it by flavouring with some of the easily available ingredients at home…A chilled bowl of aamras can make a good dessert anytime of the day….You can serve it with pori (Indian Fried Bread) or roti (Indian Flat Bread) or you can serve in lunch with curd rice or you can serve in the evening along with snacks and this can make a good dessert at dinner time too.
- 3 ripe Mangoes*
- 2 tbsp. Khoya
- ½ tbsp. Cardamom powder
- 6 tbsp. Sugar or more depending on your taste
- Peel the mangoes and gently using your fingers squeeze the pulp, if using firm mangoes like listed in the NOTE, then chop into pieces.
- Add this to a blender and pulse for 1 minute. Now add khoya, sugar and cardamom powder. Whip for 30 seconds and remove in to serving bowls.
- Serve chilled sprinkling cardamom powder with pori or roti or indulge as you like.
- Add love to make this taste more ‘Yummy’.
- *Always remember to soak mangoes in enough water for 4-5 hours to overnight, pat dry before using them.
- You can also make aamras with any ripe mango variety like Alphonso, Himayat, Banganapalli, Kesari and Dashehari.