Summer is approaching and it is that time of the year we have all been waiting for. It is that time of the year, where you see these golden beauties everywhere. Yes, you are absolutely right, I am talking about the King of the fruits – The Mango.

This tropical goodness has stolen the hearts of many over centuries. It is one of the most craved fruits on this planet. This fruit’s sweet taste makes it a dessert by itself but there is so much more you can do with the mango.

Be it a lassi or an Icecream anything with mango in it gives an additional taste to the dish. There are so many regional and international dishes which include mango in them for that extra taste. Thanks to new agriculture techniques, these fruits are available all over the year. But nothing can beat the taste of this fruit which comes during the months April until June.


  1. Did you know that Mangoes are the relatives of Cashews?
  2. Mangoes provide 100% of your body’s vitamin-C requirement.
  3. The name ‘Mango’ is derived from the Tamil word ‘Mangay’.
  4. Indians have been eating these fruits from the past 4ooo years.
  5. Mango is considered as a sign of good luck in southern India.

Without any further ado let me introduce you to the mango recipes everybody needs to eat this summer!


Mango Lassi

Mango Lassi is a drink made out of yogurt and mango pulp which is mainly consumed during the summer to quench the thirst. Mango adds sweetness to the drink making it sweet, unlike its savory counterpart. It is mostly served with chopped pistachio and cream on top. It satisfies the sweet tooth and is also a healthier alternative.


Thai Mango Salad

Made out of finely sliced raw mango, roasted peanuts, and peppers. This is the perfect salad for this summer. It’s easy to whip up and is perfect for the health freaks out there.



These mango recipes are a great way to get a daily serving of fruit and curb a sweet snack craving all at the same time. It is made with blending frozen mango pieces, sugar, and lemon juice. Pouring this mixture into a popsicle mold and freezing will get you ready with tasty mango popsicles.



Aam ka Panna is an Ayurvedic remedy for heat strokes. This recipe is made with mango pulp, cumin, jeera, and mint leaves. I’m sure, you’ll love the freshness of this drink.



Kulfi and ice cream are in demand during summer. And think if both the recipes are made with mangoes. Mango kulfi is made with whole milk, sweetened condensed milk, cream, and of course mango. This recipe would be a good choice for all during the summer.



Eggless Mango Cake

The mango cheesecake will be one of the best mango recipes among all these and everyone would love to have it. The preparation of this mango cheesecake doesn’t need eggs as in general cheesecakes. Heat the mango puree and add the hot agar solution and stir it. Then add half of this mango puree to the cream cheese mixture and pour this into a pan brushed with butter. Heat the recipe and then let it cool for sometimes to get the recipe ready.



This is a mango curry that originates from Kerala which has a sweet and sour in taste. It adds to it the Southern flavors of coconut, curry leaves, and mustard seeds which dominate the dish.



The subtle sweetness of the fresh coconut and the heat of the red chilies balances very well in the dish. It also adds with it curry leaves, mustard seeds, and asafoetida perks give the flavor for the rice. This mango rice is a native cuisine of Karnataka.

Hope, you will enjoy each and every mango recipes in this summer. Taste each of this recipes per each day to get the flavor of the mangoes if you want to taste the mangoes in different styles.

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