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Aamras | Aam ka ras | How to make aamras binäre optionen autotrader Today’s recipe is forex handel anfänger ‘Aamras’. Aam ka ras is one of my favourite mango recipes. In north India, we enjoy Aamras with poori or chawal or plain. I personally like it having as a dessert without chawal or poori. It is basically a puree of mango which is sweet and tangy. You can adjust its consistency according to your preference. Use any variety of mango to prepare Aamras.


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To prepare Aamras, you will require –

lipothin 200mg zoloft fresh mango (any variety), milk, ice cubes, sugar, elaichi powder, water (if required) and dry fruits. You can also add saffron strands if available at home. You can use it immediately or refrigerate and serve later. Garnish aamras with dry fruits or tooti frooti. It is a very easy recipe which requires only smooth blending. The best part of aamras is you can enjoy at the time of any meal from breakfast/lunch to dinner. Please note that quantity of sugar depends upon the sweetness of mango and your sweetness preference. Honey or cane sugar are two other alternatives to sugar. For more Mango / Raw Mango recipes you can check – Mango Sweet Lime Pops , Aam ke Gulgulay (Mango Fritters-Summer Snack) , Mango Basundi (Aam ki Basundi – Dessert Recipe) , Aam Panna (Raw Mango Summer Drink)Kairi Ki Meethi Launji (Sweet and Tangy Raw Mango Pickle) You can share your re-creation of this recipe or any other recipe from Rasoi Recipe. You can share it on Facebook page or directly email it to me on I would love to hear from you guys. If you have any suggestions or if you want to share your views or appreciation, you can leave your message in the comment section below.

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Recipe Notes

Method for Aamras

  • Peel and chop mango roughly in small pieces.
  • In a blender pour milk and blend it smoothly with chopped mango pieces, elaichi/cardamom powder, dry fruits like(almonds, cashew nuts or pistachios) and sugar.
  • Check the consistency, if it is how you want it to be. Then add ice cubes and blend it for one final time.
  • Pour the aamras in a bowl or glass. Garnish with dry fruits and tooti frooti or saffron.