Aamras is a divine blend of Alphonso mangoes with a signature pulpy consistency. Relished mostly in the western part of the country like Gujarat and Maharashtra.
Summers and mangoes are synonymous to each other. Mangoes are an indispensable part of summers. They can be enjoyed as a whole or in different forms
Kriti Sanon was in Ahmedabad recently and she posted the picture of a mouth-watering plate of fluffy hot pooris with fresh aamras. Have a look!
The aamras at Gypsy Corner made me think, is the aamras a Gujarati dish or a Maharashtrian one?
This Gujarati special kadhiis a delicious blend of raw mango puree, buttermilk, besan and a host of hot spices.
Karisma Kapoor shares the sweet goodness and the simple pleasures of eating aamras, and her yummy bowl has tempted us to make one as well.
We bring you a sweet-chilli mango sauce recipe that can be considered as a tropical twist to the much loved mango-based dish 'aamras'.
If you explore the regional cuisines of India, you will come across several such summer special dishes that will make an ideal meal in this season.
Since we can never have enough of this pulpy fruit, over the years we have come up with many recipes to make the most of this fleshy fruit.
Enjoyed in both raw and ripe forms, mangoes can be included in fresh fruit salads, or blended into smoothies and shakes.