Mango Fro Yo ~ Mango Lassi

by - 1:08 AM

What was the taste of your season's first mango?
Tada....Mine was pathetic and too sour. When I picked them from our local vendor, they looked ripe, plump and smelled great. When I had a piece, I realized that they were too sour and din't have much pulp. Well this experience continued for about first 20 days of May and I ended up having tasteless mangoes. So I let mangoes sit in fridge and forgot about it.  Last night when I returned from office, I was totally drained and due to work pressure I skipped my dinner. I opened my fridge and was lucky enough to find some 2-3 mangoes and 3/4 th cup of yogurt. I put my blended into action and the resultant is below- Mango Froyo.

So Let's hit the road.

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Mango Fro Yo ~ Mango Lassi
Ingredients-

Mango Pulp or pieces- 2 cups
Curd/Yogurt - 1 cup
Cardamom Powder- 1 pinch
Sugar- 2-3 tbsps (adjust as per sweetness of mangoes)
Water- 1/4th cup

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Procedure:
Add mango pieces, yogurt, sugar, cardamom powder and sugar into a blender. Blend until smooth and creamy.  Now add water and blend this mixture until frothy. Adjust sugar if required at this stage.  Serve chilled and garnish with pistachios.

Chef Says:
1)You can replace sugar with honey and play around with sugar/honey based on mangoes sweetness. Because we do not want too sweet juice right!!
2) Reduce yogurt to 1/2 cup and add 1/2 cup of water to get mango froyo of thinner consistency.
3) You can freeze this mixture in your freezer for about 5-6 hours and serve it as frozen dessert wherein the juice gets frozen.  To get a creamy Frozen Yogurt you would need to blend the final mixture every 1 hour to prevent ice formation.  This needs to be done 5 times and then allow the yogurt to set for 5-6 hours. Scoop the cream and serve.

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5 Rechargers

  1. looks absolutely delicious... me too also posted lassi yesterday... :)

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  2. Delicious mango lassi looks superb and yum

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  3. Luv mangoes..I too make this often.Delicious Fro yo :)

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  4. I love it...esp. in this summer, this drink is a life saver

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  5. Mango fro-yo looks delecious :) And yes, my first mango brought was sour too :/ But, now my entire street is filled with these aromatic and sweet baighanpalli's that I can hardly resist too :) I don't prepare any mango dish as I eat them entirely, as it is :) I am mango-aholic

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