Thursday, March 10, 2011

Mango Buttermilk

I know its quite tricky to choose mangoes that too when its not a peek season for mangoes,just know i can see few mangoes in my favourite farmer's market, i did a big mistake by choosing green mangoes from Indian stores thinking that they will be sour,but once i tasted them after coming back to home, they were mildly sour and sweet at the same time..My H dont like sweet mangoes in sambhar or in kuzhambus, so finally i decided to turn them as spiced buttermilk with black salt,mint leaves,sugar and few chopped ginger..For my surprise even my kids enjoyed having this mango buttermilk chilled, they loved it..When served chilled, this buttermilk tastes delicious with mild mint and ginger flavour and quite a thirsty quencher, am gonna make this buttermilk quite often, a prefect drink for upcoming hot summer..


Mango buttermilk

1/2cup Mango chunks (chopped with their skin)
2cups Buttermilk
1tbsp Sugar
1/4tsp Black salt
A pinch Pepper powder
1/4tsp Ginger (grated)
Few mint leaves

Beat the mango chunks,buttermilk,pepper powder, grated ginger and mint leaves, strain the buttermilk and now add the sugar and black salt..Serve chilled..

54 comments:

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  2. Looks so tempting and refreshing...

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  3. Very innovative recipe, here i go to try it out..

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  4. Mango buttermilk looks delicious with that colour...

    FunWidFud

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  5. I found it incredible that there are people who don't like sweet mangoes! Mango is my favourite fruit, but I cannot eat green mango! I have a friend who like green mango, he insisted too that his wife should buy green, and made me try... I just couldn't eat it!!

    Maybe because I am not used to?

    Anyway, the buttermilk looks good :-)

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  6. Mango in buttermilk is super idea Priya..my hubby will love this one..


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  7. Wow mango buttermilk sound interesting..

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  8. What a super duper drink, Priya - YUM I love the flavors of mint, ginger - very aromatic :) No wonder it was so well liked

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  9. Mango buttermilk looks delicious.

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  10. Looks so tempting...Love it....Thanks for sharing...

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  11. Thanks for dropping by my blog priya....u too have a wonderful blog...happy following u :-)

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  12. I want some in a tall glass.....YUMMY!

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  13. Looks so refreshing and delicious.

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  14. this gives me a great idea how to finish the 3 not fully ripe mangoes sitting on my counter!...thanx dear...going to make this!

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  15. I can imagine how it would have tasted from all the ingredients in them. So refreshing and lovely.

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  16. Wow, this sounds so so so good! I've never really had buttermilk mixed as a drink before...but I do make popsicles out of it, so I bet I'd love this...I do love mangoes, too. YUM!

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  17. Mango buttermilk is absolutely lovely.. perfect for a 11 am drink..

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  18. interesting recipe...wow..mango buttermilk..sounds utterly delicious !

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  19. Mouthwatering and great thirst quencher.

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  20. So tempting and delicious !!!

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  21. Priya,

    Mango is one of my favs and very close to my heart. Love the addition of Mint in it..Never tried that one with Mango..Next time will definitely try!!

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  22. Green mangoes in buttermilk is a super duper idea. Looks very refreshing

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  23. Sounds yum..very innovative & refreshing drink priya.

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  24. wow adding mango to buttermilk looks so Yum!!

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  25. A fantastic thirst quencher and good for health in this summer.

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  26. This is such a refreshing drink..Nice click!

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  27. Extremely refreshing buttermilk! sure it does wonder!
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  28. Interesting combination... though I don't like sweet lassi, this one with mango might be to my taste because I love mangoes.

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  29. I never thought mango could be used this way. Thanks for sharing it.


    I need to find some good mangoes... now a days mangoes cost much and that too grown using toxic fertilizers.

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  30. Really an interesting combination...mango with buttermilk!!!
    Will soon give this a try!!

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  31. u always come up wid new ides...never thot of mango in buttermilk..nice idea..

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  32. :Love it ..Love magoes in any form and sure the buttermilk, sure a tasty saviour for the upcoming season.

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  33. Wonderful, tempting and refreshing drink. Perfect for this summer season.

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  34. Very innovative buttermilk recipe..

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  35. mango season is about to come...yummy .....delicious

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  36. mango in buttermilk sounds interesting and perfect for this summer

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  37. Great for summer. Love this Priya

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  38. Just the thing for this season. Lovely.

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  39. Great idea to use them in buttermilk for a spicy drink..Looks very inviting.

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  40. I love butter milk and I move mangoes .. and when you mix them .. my my my !
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  41. Sounds delicious! Never thought of using buttermilk with mangoes. Would love to have a glass of this!

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  42. i hv had mango lassi, never had this experiment...luks yum

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  43. That's such a fun and lovely idea for buttermilk. I presume you used raw mangoes, right?

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  44. Looks sooper delicious and yummy... love the added flavours of mint and ginger :-)

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  45. Refreshing drink... Perfect and yum...

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