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    Fresh Mango Juice | Pulpy Mango Juice



    Mangoes are one of the delicacies that summer offers and am sure no one would purposely miss tasting even a slice of it. The only worry is, it is a seasonal fruit and definitely one has to wait for its grand arrival. And the wait is worth it. Summer has arrived already in India and has been penalizing everyone with its scorching heat. Who wouldn't love a fresh and chilled pulpy mango juice on such a hot day? I guess there would be none!! During childhood days we were so lazy and crazy enough that we did not even need a juicer or blender to make mango juice; no peeling or chopping required too!! we would rather squeeze nice, ripe, juicy mangoes using our hands then make a hole in the mango skin then suck out the juice directly from it, sounds silly and fussy but it tasted divine and was definitely fun. There was no bar no limit to fun during those kiddish days, no table manners, no worry about all the mess and fuss. Years have passed by but memories are always golden, whenever I prepare mango juice I relish those wonderful memories in every sip. 

    This pulpy juice that I have posted abut today, is not a smoothie, but lies slightly on the pulpy side, it is obviously difficult to separate juice completely from the pulp in case of mangoes, but the juice that I have prepared and shared with you today has some flow-y consistency as well as some pulp in it. I can have liters of mango drinks; smoothie, juice or shakes or whatever, and any number of mango flavored ice-cream scoops, I strongly believe there is some magical flavor in fresh ripe mangoes. The aroma of mangoes tell you how tasty and ripe it is and will make you crave for a bite even before you peel them, on the whole its a divine fruit I must say. If you are a mango lover then try this mangolicious drink, its already mango season and its high time you try this drink!! 




    Check out my yummilicious mango milkshake here!!



    INGREDIENTS

    Serves 3 to 4 glasses
    Total Preparation Time - 5 minutes
    1. Ripe Mangoes - 2 (I got approximately 440 grams of pulp) 
    2. Sugar - 50 grams (approximately 5 to 6 spoons) 
    3. Chilled water - 250 ml or as required 



    PREPARATION METHOD

    • Skin (peel the skin) from a mango and chop into smaller cubes. Discard the seed. 
    • Then add sugar into a saucepan and pour water until the sugar gets immersed. Place on flame and stir well until it gets dissolved. Remove from flame, strain to remove dirt and set aside. 
    • Now add the mango pieces into a blender or mixer or juicer and blend well until smooth. 
    • Now pour the chilled water and sugar water and blend again. Strain using a big pored strainer if its too fibrous. If you want a less pulpy juice then strain using a clean cloth. 
    • Pour into serving glasses and serve!! Consume within a day or two. Does not keep long.

    TIP 1: If your mango is sweet enough then reduce the amount of sugar. Sometimes drizzling some lemon juice can make it even more refreshing.

    TIP 2: If you want it to be very pulpy(the smoothie kind) then do not add too much of water. Instead of adding ice-cubes add chilled water to relish thick undiluted juice in every sip. 

    TIP 3: Add water little by little, never add all the water at once, sometimes the flavor will get lost and become watery, it depends on each mango variety. 


    Smooth, Divine and Mangolicious Juice is now ready!! Enjoy sipping on a hot summer day!!





    44 comments:

    1. mango juice looks yummmmm.. awesome photography dear :)

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    2. wow,lovely clicks,i can have it ant time

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    3. Healthy drinks n Tempting clicks...

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    4. amazing clicks da(as always) and there is so much to learn frm ur pics..Keep it up:)Love the yummilicious creamy mango juice..and miss them too

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    5. Wow thick mango juice makes me drool..Beautiful clicks and i love that wooden tray..

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    6. Wow, these pics are fantastic! I love the color and the little tray is so cute.

      My sweet thangai, I'm hosting a blog hop @ http://theseamanmom.blogspot.com/2013/04/smiles_15.html. If you like to join us, I'd love to see one of your yummy posts over there.

      Hugs

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    7. wow clicks r very appealing... ha ha.. sure golden memories will not repeat i too sucked the juice from this... Lovely my most most most favorite fruit...

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    8. Delicious juice and eye catching clicks!!

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    9. No one can say no to a glass of this yummy juice....Nice clicks espcially the juice pouring one

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    10. tempting and yummy drink...lovely clicks too

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    11. Looks so delicious and refreshing!! I love mangoes!! :)
      http://www.rita-bose-cooking.com/

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    12. Wonderful presentation, delicious juice

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    13. Awesome clicks.Loved it.Perfect drink of the season.

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    14. awesome clicks as usual... luscious mango juice... yum...

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    15. Feel like grabbing that glass right now!! Amazing

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    16. Wow awesome clicks Tempting juice

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    17. mango is always a fav ! This looks refreshing..

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    18. Love this any day ...nice clicks

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    19. i miss india especially for the mangoes...ur pic makes me drool dear...

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    20. Super refreshing juice, who can say no to it. very beautiful clicks....
      just pass on a glass to me also...

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    21. Beautiful clicks superb drink lovely presentation. Looks so inviting sis

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    22. Thanks so much for linking up, Thangai! I love that you linked this posts, it's one of my favorites :)
      Looking forward to see you linking up again, next week and if you'd like, you can spread the word to your readers so the more, the merrier :)
      Also if you'd like me to remind you of the hop going live you can subscribe for it @ http://blogspot.us4.list-manage2.com/subscribe?u=86c5eea2f9d691e2f5b321f18&id=0d6371dc2b. This way you'll never miss it and you'll make me a very happy mommy :)

      Hugs and kisses, lovely one.

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    23. beautiful clicks divya.. like your wooden tray too :)

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    24. your days of childhood sound so wonderful drinking mango juice and this now too looks and sounds wonderful. We are still taking baby steps with mangos, using mostly in salads...thank you for this delightful recipe!! Hope mine looks like yours!!
      I am your newest follower..pls follow back if you can.

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    25. amazing pics and i love that wooden tray!

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    26. King of fruits....outstanding pulp.

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    27. Super Tempting Clicks!!! Loving hat wooden tray!!! Fresh Mango juice anytime!!!! :)

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    28. wow wow wow. Superb pictures with perfect props and bg. Looks tempting Divya.

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    29. Super tempting clicks Divy dear. Wish to have a sip now....

      today's post:
      http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/04/rava-semolina-idli.html

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    30. cliks,words,font,back ground colours,glasses,mug everything luks really grogeous....Imd lover of mangoes n same pinch.just nw i posted mango recipe too.
      MAHA

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    31. This looks fantastic! I love anything with mango, I need to make this soon!

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    32. Wow, how did you capture such lovely pics?? Especially the one where the mango juice is dripping down, PERFECT shot, Divya.
      Love the humble Mango juice any day, your's look creamy and lovely - more like a smoothie.
      The idea of having those leaves crawl on, is also cute.

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    33. Awesome presentation..Divya..keep rocking...

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    34. Wow, lovely composition, great mood captured. And drooling for the juice :)

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    35. Awesome presentation and drink....Beautiful colors there..

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    36. wow..wow..wow...what to say so beautiful captures and awesome presentation..U are so creative dear, this looks like so professional,color, bg,glasses n entire set up everything is so gorgeous n pleasing...kalakitta da, chancea illa..love all ur clicks :)
      mango juice is my fav too...looks too inviting!

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