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Summer Coolers ~ Fresh Mango Juice

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Homemade Fresh Ripe Mango Juice

Summer is the only season one can relish fresh homemade ripe mango juice and I make best use of our home grown mangoes. ‘Suvarnarekha’, a variety of sweet mango is best suited to prepare mango juice. Its pulp blends well to yield a smooth creamy juice.

The next time you head for that Frooti or a bottle of Slice or Maaza, do yourself a favor by blending a glass of fresh mango juice to relish the real taste of mango with all its nutrients. :)

Peel and chop ripe mango into pieces, place in blender with crushed ice, water and sugar OR honey OR date syrup as required. Blend to a smooth consistency and run through a sieve. Discard the left over pulp in the sieve. Pour into tall glasses and serve.

Summer Coolers ~ Fresh Mango Juice Recipe

Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 0 min
Main Ingredients: ripe mango

Summer is the only season one can relish fresh homemade ripe mango juice and I make best use of our home grown mangoes. ‘Suvarnarekha’, a variety of sweet mango is best suited to prepare mango juice. Its pulp blends well to yield a smooth creamy juice.

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By • May 10th, 2010 • Category: All Recipes, Fruit Recipes, Indian Drink - Sharbat Recipes, Indian Vegan Recipes, Indian Vegetarian Recipes

  • http://priyaeasyntastyrecipes.blogspot.com Priya

    Have mango juice anytime, truly tempts me a lot..

  • Sowjanya

    What an ectasy!!! Simply lovely and wonderful. Would do this for the weekend party! Thank you..!!

  • http://kalyanikitchen.blogspot.com/ Kalyani

    wow the juice looks delicious & tempting …

  • http://sharmis-passions.blogspot.com Sharmilee

    Lovely color of the mango juice….luv mango in any form!

  • http://sumanjsingh.wordpress.com/ Suman

    mango juice looks lovely…so tempting!

  • http://mharorajasthanrecipes.blogspot.com/ Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal

    I like to eat mangoes than in a puree form, not sure why I don’t like them in puree form. But, this looks simply delicious :) I am also “trying” to grow mango tree, still unsuccessful. I keep planting the seed everytime I use mango. Any tips?

  • Madhuri

    The picture looks so yummy and inviting! I can almost taste it ! :)

  • Michelle

    Mmmmmmmm, that looks simply delicious!

  • Roshni

    Oh Yummmmmyyy….. I miss Indian mangoes sooo much…. I’ve never eaten a mango as sweet out here in the U.S :-(

  • Mini

    Yum…yum! The juice sure is very tempting
    and ofcourse healthy. I feel it’s GODs blessing
    to have fruit n veggie trees/plants at home.
    I assume you have some veg garden too?
    It’s so nice to go pluck veggies and cook em fresh.
    Having raised and currently living in apartments I
    never had such luck but have a lot of wonderful
    friends and relatives who share their bounty with us.
    Good luck and enjoy your blessing:-)

  • http://cupcakesandcurry.blogspot.com/ Shyla

    I love mango julice! Reminds me of Mangola from the motherland, great recipe!

  • http://tamalapaku.blogspot.com Harini-Jaya

    Mangoes are my all time favourite and this juice looks really tempting. I haven’t heard of this variety before. I am not sure if I can find an equivalent here in the US.

  • Swathi

    Hi Sailu,

    The juice is tempting…
    Can you post buttermilk recipe also? i think this sounds weird but my husband always complains about the buttermilk which i made. he likes the Amul buttermilk, I think they add some spices to get that taste.

    If you know that, can you please post that
    Thanks in advance :)

  • JJ

    Can I add yogurt to this?

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      Add 1 1/2 tbsps of yogurt for each glass of mango juice.

  • shikha

    yummy! mango juice is really very delicious………………

  • aisha

    Can you use fresh dates instead of date syrup?

    • http://sailusfood.com/ Sailu | Indian Food

      Yes add 1 to 2 dates for each mango depending on the sweetness of the ripe mango.

  • Pnarfar

    just had a glass of mango juice from raga restaurant.

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  • kev

    How many cups of water should I use for a tall glass of mango juice?

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    • http://sailusfood.com/ Sailu | Indian Food

      Blend the mango pieces. Add few tbsps of water at a time and blend. Add enough water according to the thickness of the juice you desire. 1/2 cup of water to a medium ripe mango should do.

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  • Weslicia

    nice recipe

  • Weslicia

    nice recipe

  • deva

    Nice , Simple , Cool , mango drink .. Thanks for this recipe …….

  • Sushma

    would little kesar be gud with it?

    • http://sailusfood.com/ Sailu | Indian Food

      There is no need for kesar.

  • steven mark

    Is there any special technique to getting as much mango meat off that big seed? It’s usually stuck pretty good on there.

    • http://sailusfood.com/ Sailu | Indian Food

      No special technique as such. Use your hands to squeeze out the pulp.