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Mango Milkshake/Fresh Mango Smoothie.


Mango milkshake recipe, how to make mango milk shake.
Mango milkshake is the best thing about summer. In Kerala during summer mangoes are the most available fruit......summers means more mangoes.

Gosh!!! these days I feel I am being baked by the sun.....and not to mention how it is like in the kitchen...and believe me I hate to be in my kitchen during summers.....but with two hungry brats thats ofcourse is  inevitable.

The only good thing about summer is mangoes ...hmmm fresh ones, juicy ones, sweet ones.....my favorite is Alphonso mango.....what is your fav??

This is one of my favorite shake......its so easy that all it needs is 2 min....

Just slice the mangoes, pop them in the blender, add sugar, and some frozen or chilled milk and give it a nice blend.....its READY!!!

I kept 1/2 litre packet milk in the freezer overnight. Frozen milk is the secret to this amazing creamy smoothie...I would recommend to use frozen milk only.....

So lets cool ourselves with this shake/smoothie.

Note: I use Alphonso mangoes because it is my personal favorite and it has a deep color and unique taste.
Author: Nisa Homey
Ingredients:
Alphonso Mangoes: 2, sliced and chopped.
Sugar: 1/4 cup, depending on the mangoes sweetness.
Milk:1 cup frozen or chilled.

Method:
 Put the sliced and cubed mangoes and sugar in a blender and blend it for 20 seconds. Then add the frozen milk and blend for 1 minute.

 Serve immediately.


Another of my favorite summer fruit is Jackfruit which is so abundant in Kerala. This one is from our backyard and thought I would share it here......this was so juicy.


YUMMMMMY!!!

Sharing with Hearth and soul hop.

Comments

  1. wow, I am feeling very thirsty. And can I have a little bit of jackfruit? pls

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  2. yummy milkshake....
    love jackfruit a lot :)

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  3. Hmmm, perfect for summer and wow! that jackfruit is from your backyard, lucky girl!

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  4. Mango milk shake looks delicious. Very nice looking jackfruit from your backyard.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. u r sooo rude to tempt me like this ...i dont get these here....we get mango but not the gud ones and jackfruit is never found.....i miss all this dear...thx for the pics and the recipe

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  6. Chakka kanichu engane kothippikkalle Nisa :) evide njan chakka thinna kalam marannu... kurachu engottu send cheyyu :D

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  7. Loved the jackfruit pics.... pics are so tempting..... and milgo milk shake is perfect for summers....

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  8. Nice milk shake to beat the heat and the jackfruit does look so good.

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  9. Mango milkshake looks so inviting... Feel like grabbing that cup and drain it down...

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  10. Love mango milkshake.Looks tempting

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  11. Havent have jackfruit since a long, yumm...thick shake tempts me a lot..

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  12. Thick n creamy totally my kind of milkshake...super yumm

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  13. I love mangoes of course but jack fruits, what I wouldn't do to lay my hands on some fresh juicy jack fruits.

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  14. Perfect thirst quencher for summer !!!

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  15. Ahhhh,,,,..so refreshing!!! Hope u r enjoying with ur kids :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  16. One of the best things to have around for this sultry heat ~ love this totally :)
    US Masala

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  17. oooh!!im so sorry, you visit me a few months a go...and i didnt see your coment in my blog!!!
    i will follow you!
    thanks for your visit and congratulations for your milkshake

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  18. wow....the shake looks so thick....and yummy.....nice one and jackfruit,,,even my fav fruit ...yummy..

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  19. wow, very easy but delicious!. Thanks.

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