Aam Pora Shorbot â???? Bengali Style Roasted Aam Panna

Recipe by Paarulz Kitchen
May 25, 2018
5 from 2 votes
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Summers has hit Bangalore and the heat is unbearable. To stay hydrated all the day round I prepare coolers using seasonal fruits and Aam Pora Shorbot aka roasted aam panna is one of them. Normally aam panna is made by boiling raw mangoes and grinding it into pulp by adding some indian spices along with mint. In this recipe we directly roast the raw mangoes over the flame to get that smoky flavor in the drink. I have used totapari mangoes as it is less sour than the other mangoes. This roasted aam panna is a refreshing drink with slightly tang and spice flavors to it.It is said that this helps to cool your body and rejuvenate your soul.
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 25 mins
Recipe Cuisine Type Bengali, Homestyle Cooking, Indian
Recipe Category Vegetarian
Servings 8
Served As Beverages
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Ingredients
  

  • 2 no. Raw Mangoes - large
  • 50 grams or 1/4 cup – Sugar
  • 8-10 – Mint Leaves
  • 1/4 teaspoon- Black Salt
  • 1 tsp – Roasted Cumin powder
  • 1 tsp – Black Pepper Powder
  • 4-5 glass – Chilled Water
  • Crushed Ice cubes
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Instructions
 

  • Wash the raw mangoes and pat dry them.
  • Prick the holes with the help of fork all over the mangoes and grill them on the flame.
  • Keep rotating the mangoes occasionally so that they are roasted evenly.
  • Roast until the skin of the mango turns black in color. Remove from the flame and allow it cool.
  • Peel off the skin and take the mango pulp and discard the seed.
  • In a blender, add mango pulp, sugar, mint leaves, black salt, cumin powder, black pepper powder and blend for few minutes until all the ingredients are incorporated well.
  • Now add the water and blend for 2 minutes. Your Aam pora shorbot is ready to serve.
  • Pour aam panna in the glasses, add some ice cubes and serve!
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Notes

  • I have used Totapari mangoes but you can use any other raw mango to make this drink.
  • You can replace sugar with jaggery or honey.
  • If you don’t like to have charred flavor, you can pressure cook the mangoes for 5- minutes.
  • Adding mint leaves is optional.
  • You can store this drink in refrigerator in glass bottle for a week.

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Hi! I am Paarul.I am a food enthusiast and passionate about cooking delicious Indian food as a part of everyday busy life.

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