7 Classic Mango Recipes for your Palate


Hail mangoes, the best fruit synonymous with summer. We fancy these tasty, succulent, and marvelous mangoes. Do you know the health benefits of mangoes? Mangoes augur well for your cholesterol levels, and keeping your blood pressure and heart rate in check. If you consume mangoes often, your skin will glow and have a healthy sheen, enhance your eyesight, and give you an appealing face. It also helps your digestive system and protects you from heat stroke. But do you know there’s a laundry list of mango recipes? Here are tried-and tested mango recipes.

1. Eggless Mango Mousse

A light and bubbly dessert is a good way to rewind after a sunny day. All you need to make this mousse is mixing succulent mangoes and fresh cream, spiced with cinnamon for a tantalizing whiff.

2. Raw Mango Rasam

Gaiman rasam is its traditional name and its origin is South. To make this, you need to mix spices with raw mangoes, made to a sauce. This is the perfect solution to a hot day.

3. Mango Ice Cream

You need garden-fresh mango puree (but first sieve the fibers), a cup of thick cream and another of half and half beverage/liquid foods, and a tablespoonful of lime juice. Mix your mango puree with the sugar until the sugar is invisible, then put in a fridge for several hours. Next step is mixing the cream, half and half beverage, the lime juice, and the frozen mixture you put in the fridge. Put in an ice cream maker and freeze appropriately.

4. Mango Chutney

Do you fancy an appetizer to rejuvenate your palate before a meal. This will do it; to make it you need raw mangoes which has been mixed with black salt, garlic and mint. This is a mind-blowing mixture!

5. Mango Lassi Popsickles

Do you fancy mango lassi? Here’s how to make an awesome popsicle from thinly-sliced mangoes, sweetener, and yogurt. For a recipe of about 8 to 12 popsicles, two cups of juicy sliced mangoes, a cup and half cup yogurt, half cup of milk, a teaspoonful of sugar, salt, and cardamom are required. Mix the aforementioned and blend them accordingly; transfer the concoction into popsicle molds then give them enough time to freeze (solidify). Use hot water to get the popsicles out of the molds. Alternatively, you can use the sliced ripe strawberries instead of mangoes, and use honey rather than cardamom and salt.

6. Mango Shrikhand

A very simple recipe among these 7  mango recipes and comprises of mangoes and slightly sugared Greek yogurt. The ingredients are Greek yogurt, mango pulp, sugar, cardamom, saffron, pistachios. Mix these ingredients with mango which has been peeled and chopped into small parts.

7. Mango Jelly

Basically, it’s a serving of limed and sugared puree mangoes. The ingredients are ripe mangoes (peeled and sliced), sugar, water, lime juice, and agar-agar. Use a saucepan to mix the water and agar-agar; next get a container and put puree mangoes into the mixture and after a minute-long heating, followed by lime juice, then add agar-agar. After an hour, put the concoction in a fridge. It goes well with fruit salad.

Try at least one of these 7 mango recipes today, won’t you?