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aam panna recipe with roasted mangoes | roasted aam panna recipe

roasted aam panna recipe with video and step by step pics – a cooling traditional summer drink in most parts of india is aam ka panna. its also called as kairi ka panna.

there are two ways aam panna is made. one method is through cooking unripe mangoes in a pan or pressure cooker. the second method is with roasting mangoes. usually mangoes are roasted on hot charcoal. they can also be roasted on a fire stove. roasting mangoes on fire does impart a smoky flavor in the aam panna. the taste of aam panna made with roasted mangoes is different than that of aam panna made with cooked mangoes.

i have already shared aam panna made with cooked mangoes. so thought of sharing the roasted version too. i have included both preparing aam panna concentrate as well as making the drink. the concentrate can be easily stored in the fridge for a week.

apart from aam ka panna, there are many traditional beverages posted on blog which you can make during summers. e.g thandai, bel ka sherbet, jigarthanda, nannari syrup, mango lassi and sweet lassi recipe.

use any mangoes with a tender flesh to make aam panna. the method of roasting is similar to the way of roasting brinjal when we make baingan ka bharta or baingan chokha.

for the sweetener, you can use sugar or jaggery. since i made a video, i have used sugar as in some countries jaggery may not be available. but you can easily use jaggery. i have made aam panna with jaggery many times and it tastes very good. also i have used unripe mangoes but you can even use semi ripe mangoes to make aam panna.

if you are looking for more raw mango recipes then do check mango pickleraw mango rice, raw mango chaat, raw mango salad, mango chutney and instant mango pickle recipe.

aam panna recipe quick video (1.23 seconds video)

aam ka panna recipe below:

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aam ka panna recipe
prep time
3 mins
cook time
7 mins
total time
10 mins
 

aam ka panna recipe made with roasted mangoes. 

course: Beverages
cuisine: Indian
servings: 10 glasses
author: dassana amit
ingredients (1 cup = 250 ml)
for preparing aam panna concentrate:
  • 565 grams unripe mangoes or 3 large unripe mangoes (kacchi kairi)
  • 200 grams sugar or 1 cup sugar
  • ¼ cup mint leaves (pudina leaves)
  • 1 teaspoon roasted cumin powder (bhuna jeera powder)
  • ½ teaspoon black salt
for preparing aam panna drink (1 glass):
  • 2 to 3 tablespoons aam panna concentrate or as required
  • 1 glass water or as required
  • 3 to 4 ice cubes or as required
how to make recipe
preparing aam panna concentrate:
  1. rinse and then wipe dry the mangoes. keep a roti rack or papad rack on a gas stove top. place the mangoes on it.

  2. keep on turning them at intervals so that they are charred and cooked evenly.

  3. the peels should get charred. to check doneness, slid a knife on one of the sides and the knife should slid easily without any resistance.

  4. keep the roasted mangoes aside and let them cool at room temperature. you can also keep them in water for some minutes and then peel them. once they cool down, then remove the charred peels.

  5. remove the peels well. slice the mangoes.

  6. add the sliced mango pulp to a blender or mixer jar. then add ¼ cup mint leaves.

  7. add 1 teaspoon roasted cumin powder and ½ teaspoon black salt.

  8. next add 1 cup sugar. for aam panna, the sugar is added twice of the mango pulp. i had got slightly more than ½ cup of mango pulp. hence i added 1 cup sugar. depending on the type and quality of mangoes the amount of pulp will vary. so do measure the pulp before you add sugar. so if you get lets say, 1 cup mango pulp, then add 2 cups sugar.

  9. without adding any water, blend till smooth.

  10. the aam panna concentrate should have a smooth consistency. if there are fibres in the pulp, then do strain it. remove in a clean small jar or bowl. cover and refrigerate.

preparing aam panna drink:
  1. add 2 to 3 tablespoons of the aam panna concentrate in a glass. 

  2. then add water and mix very well. 

  3. add ice cubes. 

  4. serve aam panna immediately. you can garnish with mint leaves if you want. 

recipe notes
  • recipe can be doubled or halved. 
  • instead of sugar, you can add jaggery. 
  • for an aromatic version, you can also add a bit of cardamom powder in the aam panna concentrate. 
  • you can also use semi ripe mangoes. 


preparing aam panna concentrate:

1. rinse and then wipe dry the mangoes. keep a roti rack or papad rack on a gas stove top. place the mangoes on it.

2. keep on turning them at intervals so that they are charred and cooked evenly.

3. the peels should get charred. to check doneness, slid a knife on one of the sides and the knife should slid easily without any resistance.

4. keep the roasted mangoes aside and let them cool at room temperature. you can also keep them in water for some minutes and then peel them. once they cool down, then remove the charred peels.

5. remove the peels well.

6. slice the mangoes.

7. add the sliced mango pulp to a blender or mixer jar. then add ¼ cup mint leaves.

8. add 1 teaspoon roasted cumin powder and ½ teaspoon black salt.

9. next add 1 cup sugar. for aam panna, the sugar is added twice of the mango pulp. i had got slightly more than ½ cup of mango pulp. hence i added 1 cup sugar. depending on the type and quality of mangoes the amount of pulp will vary. so do measure the pulp before you add sugar. so if you get lets say, 1 cup mango pulp, then add 2 cups sugar.

10. without adding any water, blend till smooth.

11. the aam panna concentrate should have a smooth consistency. if there are fibres in the pulp, then do strain it. remove in a clean small jar or bowl. cover and refrigerate. do note that on refrigeration the aam panna concentrate will thicken. however, when you mix it with water and stir, the thickness goes away.

for making aam panna drink (1 glass or 1 serving):

1. take 2 to 3 tablespoons of aam panna concentrate in a glass.

2. add water.

3. mix very well with a spoon.

4. add ice cubes.

5. serve aam panna plain or you can serve garnished with a sprig of mint leaves. if using cold water, then no need to add ice cubes.

 




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This post was last modified on April 19, 2017, 5:00 pm

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