Mango (आम) Recipes

One of the most popular fruits, Mango is known to be the 'King of Fruits' because of its rich and aromatic flavor. It is the national fruit of India. In India, the green leaves are used ritually as floral decorations.

The outer cover maybe yellow, orange or green depending on the type. The inside flesh is soft yellow, pulpy and juicy with an inedible stone. It is a summer fruit native to the Indian subcontinent. Philippines, Alphonso, Langra, Chaunsa, Dasheri, Totapuri are the most popular varieties of mangoes.


  • Contain over 20 different vitamins and minerals
  • Provides 35% of your daily vitamin A, 100% of your daily vitamin C.
  • Contains 12% of your daily fiber.
  • Excellent source of folate. 
  • Gives an extra boost of energy

Health Benefits

  • Slows Signs of Aging
  • Improves Digestive Health
  • Supports Strong Bones
  • Strengthens the immune system

Purchase Guide

The only mangoes you really need to avoid are ones with noticeable dark spotting, bruising, or any that are super soft.


If your mangoes are still a bit unripened, place them in a paper bag in a warm place, which will help them ripen within two days. However, you can also choose to keep unripened mangoes at room temperature, which will take them about a week to ripen.

Keep ripen mangoes in freeze only.

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