How to make delicious Manga Aamras recipe – the perfect side-dish for Pooris or Chapatis
Mango Shrikarni or Mango Aaamras is one of my favorite mango dishes; my mother usually prepares this as a side-dish for Chapattis. Mango is one of our house favorites and we have an endless supply of Mango Aaamras/Shrikarni till the end of mango season.
One fruit that is most popular in the Indian summer – is the king of Indian fruits, the mango. The advantage with Shrikarni is that even if the mangoes are over-ripe or just-ripe, you can easily get the pulp out of it.
North Karnataka is famous for its Shrikarni and they have this as a side dish for Rotis. The origin of Aaamras/Shrikarni seems to be from Gujarati cuisine though you’ll find it used in many parts of India
If you’re searching for a simple, quick and easy side-dish for your Chapathi, Pooris and Rotis, make this recipe. This can also be served chilled as a juice if you don’t want it as a side-dish. See here for Indian Rotis and Chappatis
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Recipe for Mango Aamras or Mango Shrikarni, below
Mango Aamras / Mango Shrikarni
- 4 nos Mangoes Raspuri or Sindhura variety mangoes preferred, but can you can use any other pulpy varieties as well.
- 2 tablespoons Sugar
- 1 pinch Salt
- 2 tablespoons Milk Low fat
How to make:
- Peel skin of mangoes. Your hand, mash them into a pulp in a bowl
- To this, add sugar, a pinch of salt and 2 tablespoons of milk
- Mix well. The thickness should be a little more than that of Mango Juice and a little less than that of Mango milkshake