Savor the Flavors of Summer with These Dreamy Mango recipes!

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Summertime means mango time. It’s that time of the year when you dread the sweat or heat but get excited about mangoes. We’re all guilty of binge-eating mangoes for every meal. But let’s blame it on the fruit itself. We have to admit, mango is one of the most popular and versatile fruits and thus, loved by all. Summer is the perfect time to indulge in some mango treats. Every year, people find new ways of using this fruit. And we’re here to do just that. In today’s blog, we’ll give you some of the best recipes using mangoes. From a refreshing drink or light snack to a dessert, we’ve got all sorts of recipes for you today. The only thing you need to bear in mind is that you must use the right tools and ingredients to get the perfect result. So, with that said, let’s say different ways that mango can delight your taste buds:

1. Mango chutney:

Indians and their love for chutney is world-famous. In fact, many people from the West have embraced our chutney culture. The great thing about our country is our diversity and this reflects in food as well. The mango chutney from South India will be very different from North Indian mango chutney. To make the mango chutney that can go with literally any food, you will need 3 peeled and diced raw mangoes, 3 dried chillies, 1 cup freshly grated coconut, ¼ teaspoon hing, 3 tablespoons of jaggery, 1 tablespoon of red chilli powder (add more if you like your food spicy), salt to taste, and oil. The easiest way to get these ingredients is by using modern prepware which simplifies the whole process drastically.

You could get the BergHOFF all-in-one slicer set along with Richardson Sheffield Stainless Steel Paring Knife with Peeler for precise cooking. To make this chutney, you will need a quality non-stick pan, add a tiny bit of oil, and raw mangoes. Saute it until mangoes change colour. Keep it aside after it’s slightly soft. Next, add hing and grated coconut to the pan. Allow it to roast until you can smell the aroma. Next, roast the chillies in little oil. Turn off the gas to avoid the bitterness. Once done, use a blender to mix the ingredients. Don’t forget to add jaggery and salt. Avoid water if you want to store it for a while. The Zyliss frying pan would be ideal for this mango recipe.

2. Mango popsicle:

Popsicles are undoubtedly the best way to cool down the summer heat. Making mango popsicles is child’s play, literally. In fact, many parents use this as a way to bond with their kids. Use the Zoku popsicle mold in whichever shape you like, and add mango juice to it. If the mangoes are well-ripped you can avoid adding sugar. Freeze and enjoy with your family on a sunny afternoon. You can choose from the Zoku classic popsicle mold to unicorn mold, monster popsicle mold and so on. Along with mango, you can also add other fruits to make it more refreshing.

3. Mango Coconut Ice Cream:

Cool down with this creamy and delicious mango coconut ice cream. Made with coconut milk and fresh mango, this dairy-free ice cream is the perfect summer treat. To make this, you are going to need an ice cream maker. And now, with the Zoku ice cream maker, you can enjoy fresh homemade ice cream. Zoku is an award-winning, innovative brand that has some of the most interesting and useful products. Zoku ice cream maker can do its magic in as little as 10 to 20 minutes. To make it more appetizing, you can add some diced mangoes to the ice cream maker just before serving. You can eat your ice cream straight from Zoku’s ice cream maker or use your serving bowls.

4. Mango smoothie:

Summer can really get to you in more ways than you can imagine. On days when the heat has killed your appetite, you could make a mango smoothie for yourself. In fact, mango smoothie is one of the most popular summer recipes online. To make a mango smoothie, you will need 2 fresh peeled and diced mangoes, 2 peeled bananas, greek yoghurt (skip if you are a vegan), and milk (in case you want a non-dairy option, you could opt for almond milk or oat milk). Add everything into a blender along with some ice and blend until the consistency feels right. The mango smoothie must be thick, but it shouldn’t have any large lumps. Serve it in a tumbler glass alongside some diced mangoes on top as garnish. This mango recipe is loved by kids and adults alike. It’s filling and nutritious so indulge, without any guilt.

5. Mango cupcakes:

This one sounds hard, but it’s pretty simple. In your normal cupcake batter, add mango syrup or essence and vanilla essence to it. Mix well and bake as usual. For baking, you could use Jamie Oliver's non-stick mini muffin tray. It gives the perfect mango muffins and is a great dessert option.

These are some of the best mango recipes you can enjoy during the summer season. If you are looking for any kitchenware or serveware to serve these summer recipes, head to thinKitchen today. We have got the largest variety of brands, curated from across the globe. You can order popsicle molds, ice cream makers, serving bowls, tumbler glasses, and more now. thinKitchen will deliver it safely to your doorstep at the earliest. Explore the range now.

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