Thursday, May 21, 2020


The word “Aamras” itself explains the whole recipe. The word “Aam” means mango and “ras” means juice. Basically aamras is mango juice, which can also be called as mango nectar. Aamras is famous Maharashtrian dish prepared with mango puree, sugar and cardamom. In summer, aamras is enjoyed in every home as wide variety of mangoes is available in market. It can be served with hot pooris or can be served as side dish with your meals.

Generally aamras or mango nectar is prepared using Ratnagiri Alphonso Mango or Ratnagiri Hapus Aam (one variety of mango which is famous in Ratnagiri, Maharashtra). If these mangoes are hard to find, you can simply use any sweet mangoes like kolar alphonso, sindura, or dasheri.

Aamras can be stored in an air tight container for one year. Whenever you want to use it, remove it from the freezer an hour before and use it as required. It has awesome flavor and can be used in many forms of recipe.

Look at my other mango recipes - Mango Icecream , Alphonso Mango Icecream, Aamkhand, Mango Peda


  • Fully Ripe Mangoes – 2 nos
  • Cardamom powder – 1tsp
  • Sugar powder– 1 tbsp (adjust sweetness as per your taste)
  • Milk – ¼ cup

  • Wash and peel the mangoes. 
  • Cut the pulp of the mangoes into small pieces.
  • Into a mixer, add in chopped mango pulp, cardamom powder, sugar powder and milk.
  • Grind everything to a smooth paste.

  • Aamras is ready. Serve chilled with hot pooris along with dry potato curry.


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