Go Bananas Over Delicious Mango Recipes: &TV Artists Share Their Mango Extravaganza
Mangoes, the scrumptious explosion of sweetness and flavor, are packed with fiber and a burst of vitamins. Every year, on July 22, we celebrate the marvelous Mango Day, rejoicing in this globally adored fruit.
As bustling markets offer plump, juicy, and perfectly ripe mangoes, it’s time to indulge in a mango extravaganza like never before. To make the season even more enchanting, artists from &TV are sharing their most delightful mango recipes, inviting everyone to savor the magic of this beloved fruit.
Let’s dive into the mango world with Manisha Arora (Mahua from ‘Doosri Maa’), Zaara Warsi (Chamchi from ‘Happu Ki Ultan Paltan’), and Shubhangi Atre (Angoori Bhabi from ‘Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai’).
Manisha Arora, who portrays Mahua in ‘Doosri Maa,’ shares her ultimate favorite: Desi-style mango ice cream. Mango is her go-to fruit, and during its special season, she whips up various amazing recipes with this fantastic fruit.
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Her Desi-style mango ice cream is not only delicious but also nutritious, combining the goodness of ripe mangoes, cream, and sweetened condensed milk. The process is a breeze: she blends mango slices until smooth, mixes in the remaining ingredients, and whisks them together.
After freezing the mixture in a container, she blends it again and lets it freeze for ten hours. Once set, she tops it with dried fruit or chocolate flakes, resulting in an Indian-style mango ice cream with a rich aroma and amazing flavor. It’s simply divine!
Zaara Warsi, the charming Chamchi from ‘Happu Ki Ultan Paltan,’ can’t wait for mango season as she craves mangoes all the time. Her delightful recipe, the Mango Milkshake Delight, is a go-to treat to satisfy her mango cravings.
The super simple recipe takes only five minutes to make. She takes four to five spoons of mango pulp and adds two spoons of sugar, milk, and ice cubes to a blender. After blending it all together until smooth and frothy, she sometimes adds a few scoops of vanilla ice cream and sprinkles dried fruits on top as a tasty garnish. This smooth and refreshing mango milkshake is happiness in a glass, loved by her family and the cast on set.
Shubhangi Atre, the beloved Angoori Bhabi from ‘&TV’s Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai,’ shares a special love for Kairi (raw mango) and its pickles. Her mom makes the most amazing Aam ka Aachar (mango pickle) that can make any dish taste delicious.
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As a child, she used to put that pickle on almost everything, enjoying its magical ability to enhance the flavors. The process involves mixing mango strips with salt and letting it sit for at least a day, draining the mango water.
Then, the mango strips are combined with asafetida, turmeric powder, fennel seeds, cumin seeds, chili powder, and mustard oil, ensuring the flavors meld perfectly. What makes her mom’s pickle extra special is the mustard oil, giving it an authentic Kairi flavor and aroma. It truly becomes the perfect Aam ka Aachar, bringing joy to every meal.
As you savor the taste of summer with a delightful array of mango recipes, immerse yourself in the enchanting fragrance of mangoes while watching your favorite &TV shows, such as ‘Doosri Maa.’ The celebration of Mango Day, the sharing of mango recipes, and the joyous camaraderie on screen bring the magic of mangoes and entertainment together in perfect harmony.
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Mangoes are not just a delightful fruit; they are a symbol of joy and celebration. The artists from &TV have shared their love for mangoes through their delectable recipes, adding a touch of sweetness to our rainy days. As we indulge in mango extravagance, let us relish the flavors of the season and cherish the moments of togetherness with our favorite shows on &TV.