Aamras Recipe

Aamras recipe

What Is Aamras

amras is an easy sweet mango dish with mango and sugar or jaggery, with a hint of flavor from saffron and cardamom powder. In Hindi, Aam means mango and Ras means juice. So the word Aam means Mango and Ras means Pulp or juice aamras means a juicy mango extract.

Regions: Aamras is more famous in Gujrat, Maharashtra, and Rajasthan.

Quick & Easy: The method of Aamras is simple and easy, chop the mango, grind it into pulp, flavor it up and it is ready. Simple, right?

Taste: Aamras Taste depends on the type of mango you have used for the Aamras recipe. Aamras is deliciously sweet, smooth, and a super delicious dessert. Traditionally aamras is served with Poori. Aam Ras and Puri combination is an iconic and dynamic duo. The mangos with crispy puri taste best. aamras can also be eaten after a meal or as a sweet dish and just about at any time. It is a must-try Aamras recipe at home during mango season. the traditional method of Aamras we do not use a blender or any kind of mixer.

When I first knew about it, I never thought to post it because it sounded simple. But Aamras and Puri was a new combo to me and I am sure to many of you in south India also it is the new combination to eat Aamras with Puri.

 

ingredients: For Aamras Recipe

Ripe mangoes: 4 large size Alphonso mangoes, cut into cube.Choose ripe, sweet juicy mangoes. I recommend Alphonso as the Good variety for this recipe. If you want then you can use Senthooram, Neelam, and Kesari varieties too.

Sugar: You can use 4-5 tablespoons of White sugar or jaggery for this Aamras Recipe. Mango has its sweetness, so adjust accordingly. You can add or less some sugar to balance the taste.

Cardamom powder: 1/2 teaspoon (optional). This helps to enhance a good flavor that goes well with mango’s flavor.

Saffron strands: a few (optional). Saffron gives flavor as well as color.

Milk: 2-3 tablespoons (optional, for good consistency)

Salt: one pinch of salt can enhance the flavor of Aam ras.

Aamras recipe
Aamras recipe
Aamras recipe

How To Make Aamras Recipe

1. Choose ripe and juicy Alphonso mangoes for the best flavor. Wash them and peel the skin.

2. Cut the mango flesh into cubes and discard the seeds. Place the mango cubes in a blender or a food jar.

3. Add sugar or jaggery to the mango chunks.

NOTE: The amount of jaggery and sugar depends on the sweetness of mangoes and your own preference for sweetness. If the mangoes are tangy, you can add some sugar or jaggery. But if the mangoes are sweet or very sweet, you do not need to add sugar or any sweetener.

4. Use a pinch of cardamom powder for an authentic flavor. Saffron strands can also be added at this stage to enhance the flavor of the Aamras.

5. Cut the mangos and Blend them in a grinder then add sugar, ice cubes, and any optional ingredients until it turns into a smooth pulp. first Check the taste aamras and add sugar if required. If the consistency is too thick, you can add a couple of tablespoons of milk or a few ice cubes to thin it out.

6. Once the Aam Ras reaches the perfect consistency, transfer it to a serving bowl. NOTE: if you do not have saffron. Additionally, you can add ¼ teaspoon of dry ginger powder at this step.

7. Chill the Aam Ras in the refrigerator for at least two before serving. This helps to enhance the flavors and provides a refreshing experience.

your Aam Ras is ready to eat.

8. Before serving, garnish the Aam Ras with some chopped nuts like almonds, pistachios, or cashews for a crunchy texture.

9. Make the chilled Aam Ras as a dessert or a refreshing drink during hot summer days and enjoy with family and friends

Serving Suggestions

Serving Suggestions

1. Puris: Serve aamras with Poori. Break the poori and dip it in the aamras scooping pulp and eating it. Traditionally aamras is served with Pooris. Aam Ras and Puri combination is an iconic and dynamic duo. The sweetness of mangos with crispy puri tastes best. contrast between the crispy, golden-brown Puris, and the smooth, creamy Aam Ras creating perfect textures and flavors.

2. Parathas: Another popular choice is to pair Aam Ras with soft, crispy parathas. The buttery richness of the parathas complements the sweetness of the Aam Ras beautifully. and makes the perfect meal.

3. Yogurt: you can serve Aam Ras with plain yogurt with added sugar to balance out its sweetness with a hint of tanginess. The cool and creamy yogurt gives a refreshing experience to a person.

4. Garnishes: garnish the Aam Ras with some chopped nuts like almonds, pistachios, or cashews for a crunchy texture.

5. Ice cream: we can make aamras ice cream with this. Nowadays days aamras ice cream is blooming so much. Also, it is good for children because this aamras ice cream is homemade and natural and  also it is good for health 

NOTE; if you want to make aamras ice cream then the process is the same but you have to freeze aamras in an ice cream Mould.

Storage Instructions

Storage Instructions Technically You can freeze Aamras for longer storage. but it’s not recommended because freezing can alter the texture and taste of the mango puree. Normally Aam ras stays good for 4-5 days in an airtight container without a freezer. but if you want to store it for a long time then freeze it. It stays good for up to 7 months. Freeze them in individual portions and thaw them in the refrigerator. Stir aam ras well until combined and smooth then enjoy.

NOTE: Take aamras at room temperature for a few hours before eating aamras. Stir well before serving to restore its smooth texture

Helpful Tips For Aamras Recipe

tips while making Aam Ras

1. Mangoes: Mostly, the Alphonso variety of mango is good for making aam ras. You can also use a variety of mangoes like Alphonso, Kesar, or Langra are popular choices for Aam Ras because these mangos are good in richness, and sweet flavor.

2. Adjust Sweetness: The Aam Ras’s sweetness depends on the variety of the mangoes. Taste the puree before adding sugar and Add more sugar if the mangoes are tangy.

3. Consistency: you can adjust the consistency of the Aam Ras by adding milk, water, or ice cubes during blending.

4. Chill Before Serving: Chill the Aam Ras in the refrigerator for at least two before serving. This helps to enhance the flavors and provides a refreshing experience.

5. Garnish: Before serving, Aaamras can be added with some chopped nuts like almonds, cashews, and pistachios.

.6 . Peel and seed the mangoes: if you are not using a grinder for aamras recipe then Peel the mangoes and remove the seeds. make sure you extract as much pulp as possible from around the seed.

7. Store properly: If you have any leftover Aam Ras, store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 4 to 5 days. check the taste of it if. Consistency is not good so add some milk to it before serving it again

8. Variations: While the traditional Aam Ras is made with Alphonso mangoes, but you can experiment with different varieties of mangoes like senthooram, Neelam, and Kesari to create unique flavors. You can also add in other fruits like bananas or strawberries for the twist.

9. Avoid over-blend: Be careful not to over-blend or over-process the mangoes, as this can result in a watery or frothy consistency. Blend just until smooth to maintain the desired texture.

10. Serving: plate Aamras in individual bowls along with puris. You can also add chopped nuts like almonds or pistachios for added texture.

FAQs

• 1. What is the difference between mango shake and AAM RAS?

Mango Shake and Aam Ras are both mango-based beverages. Mango juice is a drink that is made by extracting the juice from mangoes and it has a smooth, creamy texture. it is not pulp. , on the other hand, Aam ras is an easy sweet mango dish with mango, sugar, and jaggery, with a flavor of saffron and cardamom powder. In Hindi, Aam means mango and Ras means juice this dish is in the states of Gujarat, Rajasthan, and Maharashtra in India.

2. Which mango is best for aamras?

For this Aamras recipe, Alphonso is recommended as a good variety but, you can use Senthooram, Neelam, and Kesari varieties too. Choose Alphonso variety which tastes.

3. Which state is famous for Aamras?

Aamras is more famous in Gujrat, Maharashtra, and Rajasthan. But did you know ‘Aam Ras ‘ is also served with puris? Aam Ras and Puri combination is an iconic and dynamic duo. this combination is popular in these states. The mangos with crispy puri taste best.

4. How to store aam ras?

While Aam Ras can technically be frozen for longer storage. normally Aam ras stays good for 5 to 6 days in an airtight container without a freezer. but if you want to store this for a long time then you can freeze it. It will stay good for up to 6 to 7 months. Freeze them in individual portions and thaw them in the refrigerator. Stir aam ras well until combined and smooth then enjoy.

5. What do we call Aamras in English?

the meaning of Aamras is juicy mango extract.

6. Which state made Aamras Puri?

 combination of ‘aamras puri’ or ‘ras puri’, which is famous in Gujarat and Maharashtra. summer is in full swing, and mango lovers everywhere eagerly await the chance to indulge in their favorite fruit. Aamras is more famous in Gujrat, Maharashtra, and Rajasthan. Everyone loves this aamras puri in summer.Aam Ras and Puri combination is an iconic and dynamic duo. The sweetness of mangos with crispy puri tastes best together. you can also eat aamras after a meal as a sweet dish or just about at any time. It is a must-try Aamras Recipe at home during mango season.

 7. Which is the queen of all mangoes?

Kesar mangoes are called queen of all mangoes. their name to their saffron appearance and taste. This variety is known for its sweet flavor, and is considered to be the ‘Queen of Mangoes ‘. It has rich flavor, smooth texture, and sweet aroma. it is considered one of the best varieties of mangoes in the world.

8. Which is the king of mangoes?

Alphonso mangoes are called the “King of mangoes” it is rich and sweet in taste. Alphonso mangoes, also known as Hapus, are considered one of the most used varieties of mangoes in India.

9. Who is the most expensive mango?

The most expensive mango is Miyazaki, The Miyazaki mango usually found in Japan, is known as the world’s costliest mango. it is known for its exceptional quality, sweetness, and vibrant red color, the Miyazaki mango has garnered a reputation as one of the most expensive and exquisite mangoes in the world.

10. Which is the 5 most expensive mango fruit?

5 Most Expensive Mangoes In The World

1 Miyazaki Mango. Grown in the Kashmir region of India, but usually, it is found in Japan. these mangoes have bright red flesh and intense flavor. …

2 Kohitur Mango. this mango is a juicy and sweet fruit

3 Alphonso Mango.is also called the hapus mango and it is known for its rich flavour.

4 Carabao Mango known as the Filipino mango or Manila mango

5 Sindhri Mango. This mango is held in high esteem all over the world