Aamras is a sour mango extract. In Gujarati, it is also known as Keri no Ras, where Keri means mango. Aamras is essentially mango puree or pulp. Mango nectar is another name for it.
- 400 grams ripe mango (पका हुआ आम) or 2 large Alphonso mangoes (अल्फांसो आम) or 3 to 4 Kesar mangoes (केसर आम)
- ½ teaspoon green cardamom powder (छोटी इलायची पाउडर)
- 1 pinch saffron (केसर) optional
- sugar (चीनी) or jaggery powder (गुड़ पाउडर) - optional
- ¼ teaspoon dry ginger powder (सोंठ पाउडर) - optional
- water (पानी) or milk (दूध) as required - optional
How To Make Aamras Recipe
- Peel and chop the mangoes and place them in a blender jar. Add some sugar if the mangoes are too sour.
- After that, blend the mangoes into a smooth pulp. Check the flavor and, if necessary, add more sugar.
- To thin out the Aamras, add some milk or water and blend again. However, if you add too much, it will turn into a drink.
- In a mixing bowl, combine the mango pulp and the yogurt.
- Then add the cardamom powder and saffron strands and mix well. I only used about 2 to 3 teaspoons of sugar in this recipe, and the difference in texture is noticeable. The addition of sugar thins the consistency of the mango pulp slightly.
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