Mango lovers look forward to sucking the stringy orange pulp, licking the juice off their fingers or daintily scooping out the flesh with a spoon for the heavenly experience.  Sweet or tangy, ripe or raw, you can’t deny the fact that you simply love mangoes. Check Out 10 Different Ways You Can Enjoy Mangoes This Summer:

 1. Aam Papad:


Aam papad comes in a wrapped bundle of thin sheets of preserved mangoes with various fillings of gulukand, chaat masala, coconut etc. A great summer snack, its unique, tangy taste is a hit among young females.

2. Pickle:



This is the most popular pickle every Indian has been eating ever since they were children. In fact, different regions in India have their own little secret for its preparation.

3. Mango Ice cream:


What can be better than an ice cream on a hot summer day? And that too in our favorite mango flavor. Yeah, that scoop of ice cream is irresistible and a blessing for your tongue in summers.

4. Mango Lassi:



A yummy blend of mangoes and yogurt, guaranteed to brighten up even the most boring meal! It tastes best when it is made by blending fresh yogurt and juicy, ripe Alphonso mangoes.

5. Mango Jam:



Get yourself a jar of mango jam and start your day with a loaf of bread spread with mango jam. You may also enjoy your snacks with the jam.

6. Aam Panna:



Made from mango pulp, mint leaves and some cumin, aam panna is a typical thirst quencher for Indian summer. You’ll love the freshness of this drink which is also an effective Ayurvedic remedy for heat strokes.

7. Mango Chaat:



To make this sweet, sour and spicy concoction all you need is ripe mangoes with chaat masala, lime juice and salt. This lip smacking and healthy dish will be ready to satisfy your taste buds in just 90 seconds.

8. Smoothie:



What can be better than a mango smoothie in summer? Just add mango pulp to your blender along with a couple of other fruits to enhance taste and blend it all together. Pour it in a glass and enjoy your very own mango smoothie!

9. Mango Chutney:


Raw mangoes, garlic, mint and black salt are all blended together to make this finger licking fusion. Believe me, this dish can make even a dull, monotonous meal interesting.

10. Aamras:


No summer is complete without aamras and puri! Making the aamras is quite easy though making the puris can be time consuming. But together, this one is a deadly combination! A must try!