Do you love mangoes? Yes. But do you love buying them? Maybe, no! If you are like most of us, you wouldn't even know the names of half the variety of mangoes that the fruit seller puts on his deck. We may be picky with what we have on our plates, but at the fruit shop, the unmatchable names of mangoes can make us lose sleep. Radio jockey Karishma shared a hilarious experience in one of her recent Instagram Reels. She played out the parts of both customer and the fruit seller.
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As she switched to a fruit seller's attire, she began rambling a list of unheard-of names of mango varieties. The experience exhausted the customer who, otherwise, claimed to be a die-hard mango lover.
Karishma ended the video with much drama, saying, “Sara mood hi kharab ho jata hai aam khane ka (it spoils my mood for mangoes altogether)”. The RJ heightened the humour quotient with her caption, “Maine seb khana shuru kardiya hai iss chakkar mai ab (I have started eating apples because of this)”.
We don't want you to get stuck with the names. Let's take this mango-licious journey further and look at some recipes:
The chilling Aam Panna never goes out of date. But you can also make this Martini with raw mangoes, syrup and lemon to rock some mocktail parties.
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We like the soft creamy mousse irrespective of the season. This recipe is a great way to enjoy mangoes during the season. Don't forget to add cinnamon powder.
We are not ditching the channa for this recipe but we are definitely adding the electrifying taste of cranberry and the softer flavour of mangoes. It's a great snack to enjoy along with your cup of evening tea.
This can be a refreshing and healthy addition to your diet. This pudding is made with chia seeds, yoghurt, honey and crushed digestive biscuits. Garnish it with mint leaves, and you have a delicious and nutritious pudding.
If you want a mash-up of your favourite fruit and sweets, try making this rasgulla at home. It's one of the best ways to use mangoes in your food. These rasgullas are very easy to make and can be a delicious offering for any occasion at home.
So, which of these delectable mango recipes is next on your to-make list?