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Sparkling Aam panna recipe

Sparkling Aam panna recipe

This one is a small little twist to my classic aam panna recipe.Add a little sparkle to the regular drink,with this fizzy version of refreshing homemade recipe.I usually prepare the classic version in summers, but sometimes, when I have friends over, or a small gathering , this sparkling version of my adds more life to my menu. At times I even do both versions – the classic one for the and the sparkling one for grown ups.The only difference in the classic and sparkling version is the use of sparkling water/ soda, in place of regular still water.

To prepare the sparkling version, I usually have the aam panna concentrate ready.The steps for making the concentrate are the same as in my classic aam panna recipe.For easier reference I’m adding the steps here as well.

To make the concentrate,I used peeled mangoes, as it is much easier to prep this one up.You can boil washed , peeled mangoes, with a little water in a cooker for 10-15 minutes or 2-3 whistles, till mangoes are all soft and pulpy.


You have the option to use whole mangoes without peeling. Once boiled the remove the skin and the seeds/pit, and mash the pulp using masher.

aam-panna
aam-panna

If you do not have a cooker to boil the mangoes, just boil the mangoes in a little water (water level a little above mangoes), in a covered pan for 15-20 minutes, till mangoes are soft.

aam-panna
aam-panna

Once the mangoes have boiled, add sugar and mix well.

When raw , and sugar mix has cooled down, crush/mash the boiled mangoes nicely  using a masher, so that the pulp is separated from the seeds/pit. If you like the bits in your aam panna you can leave it like this. If you want a smooth drink, blend the mangoes well with a hand blender, so that there are no bits left. I like the bits in my aam panna , so I do not blend the mangoes.

aam-panna
aam-panna
aam-panna
aam-panna

Now add the spices- salt,ground black pepper, black salt, roasted coarsely ground cumin seeds, crushed mint leaves(this is optional).Mix everything well, and adjust the seasoning as per your taste.

aam-panna
aam-panna

At this point, the mango preserve/ concentrate is ready. If you want you can store this as is in the refrigerator, you can do that, and use it when required.

aam-panna
aam-panna

To prepare the sparkling aam panna  , add 2-3 tbsp of this preserve, add ice cubes, and chilled soda/ sparkling water. Garnish with fresh mint leaves and serve!!

Do Tell me how you like !!

aam-panna
aam-panna
Sparkling Aam Panna recipe
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
15 mins
Total Time
25 mins
 

Tangy and sweet ,fizzy raw mango  drink to keep you cool in summers.

Course: Appetizer, Drinks
Cuisine: Indian, punjabi
Keyword: mangoes, drink, raw mangoes, green mangoes,aam panna,gudumba
Servings: 4 glasses
Author: anubhav mahajan
Ingredients
  • 1 kgs raw mangoes washed and peeled
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 cups water for boiling
  • 1-2 tsp salt adjust as per your taste
  • 1 tsp black pepper powder
  • 1/2 tsp black salt
  • 1 tsp roasted cumin seeds coarsely crushed
  • 1 tsp dry mint leaves crushed (you can use fresh mint leaves as well, or completely avoid adding mint leaves)
  • sparkling water chilled - to serve
  • ice cubes to serve
  • few sprigs fresh mint leaves to garnish
Instructions
  1. Boil the washed , peeled raw mangoes, with a little water in a cooker for 10-15 minutes or 2-3 whistles, till mangoes are all soft and pulpy.

    If you do not have a cooker, just boil the mangoes in a little water (water level a little above mangoes), in a covered pan for 15-20 minutes, till mangoes are soft.

    aam-panna
  2. Add sugar and mix well.Let the mango and sugar mix cool down.

    aam-panna
  3. Once the raw mango, and sugar mix has cooled down, crush/mash the mangoes nicely using a masher, so that the pulp is separated from the seeds/pit. 

    If you like the mango bits In your aam panna you can leave it like this. If you want a smooth drink, blend the mango pulp well, so that there are no mango bits left. 

    aam-panna
  4. Add the spices- salt,ground black pepper, black salt, roasted coarsely ground cumin seeds, crushed mint leaves(this is optional).Mix everything well, and adjust the seasoning as per your taste.

  5. To serve, add 2-3 tbsp of the aam panna concentrate in a glass, add crushed fresh mint leaves, ice, and add sparkling water/ soda. The sparkling aam panna drink is ready to be served!

    aam-panna
  6. This drink will rejuvenate your body and senses , and help you fight the torrent heat during summers, keeping you refreshed and cool.Enjoy this while the mango season lasts!

Recipe Notes

You can boil the mangoes with the skin on- wash the mangoes thoroughly and boil.Once done remove the skin and then mash the mangoes.

If you do not have a cooker, boil the mangoes in a little water (water level a little above mangoes), in a covered pan for 15-20 minutes, till mangoes are soft.

If you do not want to use sugar, you can use Jaggery instead.Add Jaggery powder, or crushed jaggery when the mango pulp is still hot and mix. Rest of the procedure remains the same.Let the mixture cool.

If you like the mango bits In your aam panna you can simple mash the boiled mango slightly. If you want a smooth drink, blend the mango pulp well with a hand blender, so that there are no mango bits left. 

 



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