In India, we’re all aware that mangoes and summers go hand in hand. The only upside to terrible heat is the onset of that bright and sweet fruit that satisfies our souls. Now, imagine a menu that incorporates everyone’s favorite fruit! For all those ‘Aam’ lovers who can’t get enough, head to the eateries that are offering ‘mangolicious’ delicacies to savor the true taste of mangoes and satiate your taste buds that have been craving for the fruit since last summer.
You can start by stepping inside our all-time favorite, Coffee by Di Bella. It is without any doubt an expert when it comes to waffles and milkshakes. Now they have curated finger-licking Mangoey items to their tempting menu. To begin with,
Crazy Mango Freak-shake: As the name goes, this freaky shake is loaded with fresh cream, a huge chunk of Mango slice, a piece of waffle and two waffy sticks, all dripping with fresh mango syrup. Beneath it, is the pool of chocolaty milkshake with a punch of mango flavor waiting for you to get drowned.
Fresh Mango Cream: You have to indulge in this one! Finely chopped Mango pieces mixed with fresh cream and some mango syrup are waiting to melt in your mouth. Definitely, a must try!
Mango Nutella Waffle: You must have heard about the strawberry and chocolate combination. Well, this one’s different and it was a hit. You have to go try it because I’m ‘Nutellin’ you enough.
Mango Chocolate Croissant: If you’re in the mood to be experimental, check this sweet and savory dish out. The amalgamation captured the fresh mango feel with the crisp consistency of the croissant.
The Mango Menu is now available at all Di Bella High Street Cafés.
Our next all-time favorite is Mad Over Donuts. How can we let go of them especially in this season? Yes! The nation’s most loved donut brand is out with its Mango arrivals. The best three donuts that you must bite on are Mang O, a heavily filled donut with Mango cream and tinge of Mango jelly, Mango Bloom, which is topped with the chocolate we never resist along with lip-licking Mango cream, and Mango Jammin, for those who don’t like extremes but would like something simple, this donut has a good spread of Mango jelly and lightly sprinkled grated chocolate.
We also have some traditional suggestions for your tongue that are definitely worth taking the taste of. Khandani Rajdhani, a restaurant known for serving one of the best authentic Rajasthani and Gujarati thali food, is up with a variety of Mango dishes which are not just mouthwatering but also easy to make.
The chef, Maharaj Jodha Ram Choudhary at Khandhani Rajdhani has given his own recipes for us to be able to relish the taste of Mango at home itself. The below-given mango dishes and their recipes are sure to blow your mind away.
Mango Jalapeno Cheese Lifafa: Wrapped in the chapatti pieces, is the absolute goodness of cheese, jalapeno and finely sliced small mango cubes. This dish gives you a mixed taste of sweet and spice. The recipe for it is as follows:
- Cottage Cheese – 200 Gms
- Processed Cheese – 100 Gms
- Jalapeno Peppers – 20 Gms
- Ripe Mango – 50 Gms
- Chili Flakes – 2 Gms
- Oregano Dry – 1 Gms
- Salt – To taste
- Black Pepper Crushed – 5 Gms
- Fresh Coriander – 20 Gms
- Whole wheat Chapatti – 3 Pcs
- Take a dry bowl; Grate the cottage cheese and the processed cheese with a fine grater in the bowl.
- De-seed the Jalapeno slices and roughly chop them, place them on a clean kitchen towel and squeeze out the juice, add them to the mix.
- Add the rest of the ingredients apart from the Mango and mix well.
- Check for seasoning, cut the ripe Mango into small cubes and fold than in the mixture carefully. Do not to mash them.
- Take one chapatti and place some of this mixture in the centre of the chapatti.
- Fold the sides of the chapatti like an envelope and paste the side with flour slurry.
- Deep fry the parcels in medium hot oil until the chapatti casing is crisp.
- Cut the parcel diagonally and serve with green chutney and schezwan sauce.
- Garnish with some grated processed cheese and serve.
Mango Sabudana Kheer: This dish can be eaten as a dessert after a filling dinner. Sabudana (pearl tapioca) mixed with milk, cardamom and pure Mango can satiate your soul to an unexpected level.
- Sabudana – 50 Gms
- Milk – 500 Ml
- Ripe Mango – 100 Gms
- Sugar – To Taste
- Mango Puree – 100 Ml
- Roasted Cardamom Powder – 2 Gms
- Roasted Unsalted Almonds – 15 Gms
- Roasted Unsalted Cashew – 15 Gms
- Soak the Sabudana overnight with level water. Take a pan with some water and add the Sabudana and bring to boil.
- Now add the milk, Cardamom & the sugar to it.
- Cook the mixture till it gets thick. Add the Mango puree and the Mango cubes.
- Now add the roasted nuts to the kheer.
- Can be served warm & chilled as well.
There are other dishes too like the Palak Aamras Chaat, Mango Gulkand Malpua, Mango Pizza Dhokla, and Kacchi Kairi Khichiya Chaat, which you can try at Khandani Rajdhani.
It’s a tempting chance to go belly up so don’t miss this one. Go hurry up!!