Enjoy The Summer With Some Delicious Mango Recipes

Summer is about humid, hot and sunny days, but it is also about that smell and taste of intoxicating Mango. One can eat a mango raw, ripe, grilled, baked, frozen, or just puréed, it is that versatile! The juicy flesh, the smooth outer skin, the contours of a fully ripe bulged out mango, the chilled aamras or simply cubed pieces of mango are a treat at the end of the day.

So let’s take it a step forward and cook up something exotic with the king of fruits, which is at the same time quick and easy to prepare.

Gujarati Fajeto

Fajeto, a Gujarati favorite, sweet and spicy kadhi, is a must try with steamed rice. Get the entire recipe here.


Mango Roll

It can’t get easier than this. Blend and purée mangoes, spread it thinly and evenly on a wax paper lined tray, bake it for 3-4 hours, cut it in stripes and roll it when the stripes are dry and pliable.


Mango Tart

Gluten free, vegan and refined sugar free, this mango tart recipe is for all. It’s a simple assembling recipe with eye catching presentation, perfect for midnight binge eating. Get the entire recipe here.


Mango Smoothie

This quick fix will help you say goodbye to the summer heat. Blend 1 mango, ¼th teaspoon Cinnamon and 2 tablespoon Greek yogurt. Sip on it and enjoy the sun down.


Vietnamese Mango Roll

When you want a quick bite, something that is not fried and heavy, this light and fresh roll could be the dish for you. Roll some cilantro, mint, lettuce, noodles, carrot, and mango in a rice wrapper. That’s it, done! You could spice it up with a Vietnamese chili dipping sauce.


Pica de Gallo Salsa

Diced mango, pineapple, bell peppers, tomatoes, onions, and cilantro with seasoning to taste, mix it all up and keep it in the refrigerator for all the flavors to merge.


Two-Layer Smoothie

When it comes to this smoothie, one is just not enough. The mango berry smoothie is a blend of sweet and sour with a slight hint of coconut. The bottom layer is a blend of strawberries, blueberries and coconut water with sugar. The top layer is a blend of mango, peaches and coconut.


Mango Coconut Parfait

Layers of coconut pudding and mango slices garnished with shredded coconut, this one makes for a chilled dessert for a Sunday brunch that you can cook up in minutes with some prior preparations. Get the entire recipe here.


Do try these recipes and keep it cool this summer.