Aamras - Aamras Recipe

How to Make Aamras

With authentic Ratnagiri Alphonso Mango, Devgad Alphonso Mango now makes the pure aamrasa at home. Enjoy it with puri or phulka.

Aamras Recipe

Aamras, Aamras Recipe

It has a long history in Maharashtra; it is consumed with poori (puri) or chapati. Aam means mango, and ras means Juice of it in Sanskrit.

Aamras Recipe

Famous Marathi dessert or cuisine. It will be prepared nearly in all Maharashtrian homes on Akshay Tritiya. It said that Chaitra starts from here. It should begin with Aamras with puri and Kurdai (traditional Marathi sun-dried papad recipe). 

It has a place of origin in India, associated with most Asian sub-continental countries. They are Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, and some parts of Nepal. 

Aam Ras 

Loved by Marathi, Marwari, Gujarati, and Konkani people mostly. The recipe varies as per them; Maharashtrian will say it as aamras.

At the same time, Gujarati aamras, Jain, will call Keri no ras, While Marwari will get Aamras with Kesar. 

Aamras Puri

Hence it is a pulp of ripe mango extracted and hand peeled. Added milk, ghee, sugar if required, or jaggery, Saffron strandscardamom powderand nutmeg powder is optional.

Generally, at our home process, prepared and kept in the fridge for cooling for two to three hours (Nobody can wait so long to ready, but you have to as mummy has a strict watch on what we are doing).

Mummy will prepare hot poories and serve with poori and mango pulp.

You can try hot phulka. She will fry it and give poori and Aam ras there is nothing else on that meal besides both cuisines. You will always feel pampered as an option. 

In Maharashtra and Gujarat, if someone is getting married in Summer, you will always find this delicacy with puri as a dessert or one of the busy dishes. You will find lots of people around that counter to have it.

In a simple language, Mango Recipe or Alphonso Mango Aam Ras or mango juice or sweet mango puree in western style with Indian bread or mango pulp, Mango nectar.

You can call it anything, but it is a tasty summer delight and full meal you just have consumed one after another.

Even a diabetic can have it if you sometimes refer to Dr. Rutuja Diwekar or Dr. Biswaroop Roy Chowdhary.

They say those who have diabetes can have one bowl of nostalgic Aamras.

Aamras Recipe

The recipe of Aam ras with us has two options.

Aamras Puri

Option 1

In summer, you can order fresh Alphonso Mango from us Online, seating anywhere in the world.

Our team will deliver you tasty. Juicy Geographical Indication certified Alphonso mangoes with, again, sub-options like

Ratnagiri Alphonso Mangoes In Aamras 

Devgad Alphonso Mangoes In Aamras 

Hapus Mangoes in Aamras 

Alphonso Mango in Aamras 

Kesar Mango in Aamras 

Pairi Mango in Aamras

Saffron in Aamras

You can choose the size and variety of Alphonso mango you like. If you want to make it, Aam ras chooses medium or smaller ones. Chopped mango into small pieces and discard the seed.

They are tastier for Aam ras. If you are Gujarati, you can add Kesar mango from our range in the aam ras as per your choice.

Always wash ripe mangoes in running water for some time and keep them in the bucket for water to cool down.

It said that once it is followed in a bucket of water, it releases mango's heat in a bucket of water.

Let it be in a bucket of water for one to two hours, hand peeling. It is like traditionally making this. Don't use frozen mango for this cuisine as pulp become reddish if it is frozen.

Select Alphonso mangoes. Wash and clean under tap water. Do not refrigerate mangoes; remove the taste of mango and turn the pulp brownish.

Peel and chop the Alphonso mangoes. Since these mangoes are Hapus, they carry very minimal fiber. You can use a blender or hand press the mangoes without peeling, making them softer and pulpier for nectar.

As a traditional way, you can try this by cutting at the top of Alphonso mango and starting to squeeze it and roll it in both hands.

Hand peel it and take out ras or nectar by pressing or hand peeling. It gives a chunky texture to this pulp or puree.

Hand peeled aam ras will always make you remember your grandmother.

If you require a thinner consistency of Aam ras, add very little milk and sugar per taste. You may add little milk cream if you want as per your preference.

Steer well, and the Aam ras is now near ready. You can add Jayphal (Nutmeg). It is optional, but it tastes authentic from Konkan. Add a few saffron strands to it as per taste, with a pinch of Cardamom powder.

Now, as a tasty option, you can choose poori (puri) with Aam ras. If you are a health freak, you can try Aam ras with Chapati or Bhakari of Bajari. It tastes very good with Aam ras.

Option 2

Suppose you had a nostalgic mood in summer or any season of having Aam Ras. In that case, you could order online sweetened Alphonso Mango Pulp, or Alphonso Mango pulp, or hand peeled Alphonso Mango Pulp with us as per choice.

You can add a little bit of water or milk as per your choice to our Alphonso Mango Pulp, which is Aam ras. You can blend this aam ras by adding Saffron strands to taste with Jayphal (Nutmeg) and a pinch of Elaichi powder (Cardamom powder).

Our ready mango pulp is the best option, with a shelf life of two years in the full can.

You can order Alphonso Mango Pulp Online with us.

Our 100% naturally grown mangoes with three percent of canned sugar

  • No additives
  • No artificial colors
  • No artificial flavors
  • No artificial thickeners
  • No preservatives

Our team has used this product to choose handpicked mangoes, which ripened naturally. All the mangoes are sourced from our Geographical Indication certified Alphonso Mango farms.

This tasty, consistent Alphonso mango pulp is subject to our strict quality control, which is hygienically packed into tin cans of 850 grams and 3.1 kg cans. With sanitary systems, our factory processes exclusively Alphonso Mango Pulp. No other fruits are allowed in the same.

Tip for Aam Ras 

  • You can garnish Aam ras with Cashew nuts, Almonds, and Saffron strands as your choice.
  • But you can also add dried ginger powder (sounth). Most of my Gujarati friends add more dry ginger powder to it. 
  • You can blend Alphonso Mango pulp and Payari Mango pulp, a two-to-one ratio. You don't need to add any sweetener in this case.
  • You can add jaggery or canned sugar if required as per taste.
  • It is an irresistible dish, and you cannot stop one or two bowls of this tasty sweet dish; therefore, add dried ginger (Sounth, suntha), which helps you digest.
  • Another variation can be made by adding a Yoghurt or hung curd or more over milk cream, increasing the number of variables or choices. Still, it is as per your choice and options.
  • Optional, you can add milk or little water as per your choice. It might reduce the consistency of your dish.
  • One more variation is by adding saffron milk to the mango pulp. It also gives the best taste.
  • Mostly you should have it with poori only. Still, as a variation, you can have it with Bajari ki roti or chapati or mixed grain roti.
  • You can add ghee to it and nutmeg powder post this consumption of two to three bowls. You will feel sleepy.
  • As a health advice piece, most lean people have these two to three bowls a whole summer and see how their health develops.
  • You can filter this mango pulp through muslin cloth if required to be given to any small baby as the threads in this may irritate a baby. However, Alphonso Mango has very few or minimal fiber threads, so we are cautious of using Kesar Mango or Payari.
  • It can stay in your deep freezer for days altogether a long time.
  • You can try adding cardamom powder (elaichi powder), Kalimiri (Black pepper powder), and Jayphal (Nutmeg) in a mortar and pestle (kielbasa).
  • If you make it a little bit in the English style, you can add a scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream.
  • Add sugar depending on mango sweetness. If you use Alphonso Mango plus Payari, it will be a sweeter option, then check first sweetness and put the sugar or jaggery as per taste.
  • You can keep this in small airtight bowls in the freezer for a yearlong, which you can take out any time and consume even if it is the offseason.
  • You can make aamras from our mango pulp directly.
  • As a vegan option, you can add cashew nut or almond milk for a taste; as optional, you can avoid dairy milk in that case.

Aamras Online

Now you can have this cuisine anytime with us. Just order online our Alphonso mango Pulp, which is aamras online.

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