Easiest recipe to make 'AAMRAS' at home

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Rinse

Begin by rinsing 2 large alphonso mangoes thoroughly in clean water. Drain all the water and dry them with a clean kitchen towel.

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Peel

Peel and chop the mangoes. Add the chopped mangoes to a blender. You can also add some sugar if the mangoes are slightly tangy or sour.

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Blend

Then blend the mangoes to a smooth pulp. Check the taste and add sugar if required.

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Milk

To thin the consistency of aamras slightly, add some milk or water or a few ice cubes and blend again.

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Mango Pulp

Take the mango pulp in a bowl. Then add ½ teaspoon cardamom powder and 12 to 15 saffron strands that have crushed.

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Mix

Mix very well. Then pour in a container. Cover the container and chill in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to an hour. Or you can serve straightaway in small bowls.

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Serve

Serve aamras with Poori. Break the poori and dip it in the aamras scooping some of the delish pulp and eat it. You can serve it with Roti for a healthier option. You could add your choice of nuts and dry fruits to your aamras.

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Chilled

In summers we serve aamras cold or chilled. To make a cold aamras, either refrigerate the mangoes for a couple of hours or add a few ice cubes while blending the mangoes.

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