Latest Mango Recipes

Below you will find a complete list of Mango recipes including the popular and the lesser known recipes. There are a lot of different tastes when it comes to food, so it’s best to experiment with a variety of different dishes before deciding what you like best.
  • Mango Lassi is a traditional Indian drink that is made from mangoes and yoghurt. It combines the sweetness of the mango with the savory flavor of yogurt. It originated in …

  • Mango Pulissery is an authentic and traditional dish from the Kerala cuisine. A lip-smacking dish, it is an integral part of the Onam Sadhya menu. Made using buttermilk, this dish …

  • Green Mango Rice is a tangy and delightful dish made with green mangoes and spices. The advent of summer sees the abundance of mangoes and many people are not sure …

  • Mavadu (or Tender Baby Mangoes) is a very popular summer time variety of green mangoes used to make pickles. In this recipe, the mangoes are used to make a fried …

  • A dish from the Mughlai cuisine where minced meatballs are made from a mixture of bengal gram, mango pulp and spices. Best served with rotis, rice, pulao or chapatis. Ingredients: …

  • A delicious, simple and easy to make Kara Kuzhambu using ripe mangoes. Popular during summer season and in parts of Tamil Nadu, this is best served with hot rice. Ingredients: …

  • Gotsu is a popular side dish served with Pongal. This variation is made with slightly ripened mangoes and can be served with dosas, rotis or rice items. Ingredients: Mangoes – …

  • Mango Kesari (Mango Sheera) is a popular dessert/sweet made especially during the summer season when mangoes are in plenty. Yummy and flavorful, they are served as a snack to kids …

  • Healthy and refreshing salad with crabmeat, capsicum and juicy mangoes. Perfect as a standalone salad or as part of a meal. Ingredients: Crabmeat – 175 gms Mango – 1/2 cup, …

Mango Recipes

The mango is often called the “king of fruits”. It is an excellent source of Vitamins A and C. Most mangoes are kidney-shaped, oval or round. The mango has a smooth leathery skin that surrounds a juicy yellow or orange pulp and hard inner pith. The skin colour may be green, or various shades of orange, red or yellow. Mangoes can be made into milkshakes, ice cream and also added in salads.
Grown in plenty all over India, raw mangoes can be prepared either in daily cooking or as a preserves in the form of pickles and chutneys. In the raw form, mangoes have a high content of carbohydrate, traces of iron and protein as well as vitamins A and C.