Mango Mastani

Mango Mastani

By NamakShamak
  • Serves: 2
  • Prep Time: 10 Minute
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The eagerly awaited “Aam ka Mausam” /Mango season , is here! There’s nothing better than indulging in the fresh and juicy sweet flesh of Alphonso Mango! I \’m still reeling from the hangover after indulging into the season’s first Mango ! I love cooking  with mango ,especially desserts, be it the Cheesecakes , Trifles or Gateaux! But what I did miss out was making this pure desi dessert that we all love so much! The Mango Mastani ! Native to Pune, this dessert is a Royal Treat! And there’s no better place to indulge in this treat than the”Sujatas” in old Pune! Apparently theres a story behind the unique name of this dessert. The Peshwa of Pune was smitten by his intelligent,elegant and beautiful mistress, named Mastani! So thats where this royal dessert derives its name! If you arent in pune, you still can enjoy this treat at home. It’s simple, made with a handful ingredients, and of course, fresh ripe Mangoes!

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Blend together mango pulp,milk and sugar and make a thick milk shake. Adjust sugar depending on the sweetness of mangoes. For a richer version, blend pulp with 1 scoop vanilla ice cream,and milk.
  2. Take a tall glasses and fill 1/4th of glass with the mango shake.Add vanilla ice cream scoop and top it with nuts and tuttifruity.Now fill remaining 3/4th glass with mango shake and add nuts again. Finally top it with a generous scoop of vanilla ice
  3. Decorate with generous sprinkles of nuts Pistacios especially , glazed cherry and tutti frutti. Serve chilled

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