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Aam ka Panna
Aam ka Panna is a very popular drink for heat-resistant properties and can be made very quickly. To beat the heat, nothing can be refreshing than Aam ka Panna. Aam Panna has sweet – tangy in taste with a hint of mint, cumin, and cardamom. Adding black salt to it not only enhances the flavor and balances the sweetness but it also helps in digestion. I recently made my first jar of Mango concentrate. You can use it whenever you need it. There are two ways in which it can be made.
Method 1: Boiling mangos. The skin will come on its own. Remove the pulp. Add sugar, spices, and salt.
For Method 2, You will need:
Raw Mango – 2 (cut into big cubes)- approximately 4 cups
Sugar – 3 cups (Adjust as per the sourness of the mangos)
Cumin powder – to taste
Cardamom powder – to taste
Black Salt – to taste
Mint leaves – optional
In a pressure cooker, cook mango pieces for 3-4 whistles. Add ½ cup water.
Let the pressure release on its own.
With a fork or masher, mash the pulp. If you see any pieces or lumps, use the blender to get a fine consistency.
In a nonstick pan, pour in the pulp. Add sugar and start stirring.
After some time, you will see the mixture will get transparent. Add salt.
Stir for some more time. The transparent mixture will turn into a glossy state and start getting think.
At this point, turn off the gas. You can add cumin powder now and mix well or you can leave it for later. The mango sugar mixture will look very much like jam
Once the mixture is completely cooled down, transfer it to an air-tight jar and refrigerate it.
Take 1-2 spoons of the mango concentrate. Pour in little water and mix the concentrate.
Add some more water.
Add ice cubes.
Add cumin powder.
Mix well. Garnish with mint leaves.
Serve. enjoy recipe mangodrink
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