mango mastani recipe

mango mastani recipe with step by step photos – thick mango milk shake with ice cream.

mastani is a dessert drink which originated in pune and is very popular. basically mastani is a thick milk shake with ice cream.

i do not know how this beverage got the name ‘mastani’. probably the drink is named after peshwa bajirao’s wife mastani. you can read more about queen mastani on wikipedia.

i still remember my aunt telling me about bajirao’s mastani once. she said, mastani was so beautiful, that when she would chew a paan (stuffed betel leaf), the red juice from the pan would be seen going down her throat in a streak. the drink might be named as this ice cream milkshake is beautiful to look at.

mango mastani is rich and satisfying as a dessert. you will be blown away with the simplicity and ease with which its made as well with its rich intense mango flavor.

mango mastani recipe

i have had mango mastani and sitaphal (custard apple) mastani at one of the outlets of the famous sujata mastani in pune. mastani drink is available in a variety of flavors like chocolate mastani, dry fruits mastani, kesar pista, pineapple, vanilla, orange, rose etc.

if you want to have mastani in pune, then sujata mastani is most famous but go to their original branch at sadashiv peth. you can also try mastani at gujjar cold drink house in budhwar peth.

so do try this awesome drink during this summer season. vanilla ice cream or mango ice cream or pistachio ice cream can be made at home or brought from the stores. if you want to make them at home, then you can check these easy recipes of vanilla ice cream and mango ice cream.

if you are looking for more mango recipes then do check:

mango mastani recipe below:

mango mastani recipe
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mango mastani recipe

mango mastani drink - a popular dessert drink from pune. thick mango milkshake topped with vanilla or mango ice cream.
course beverages & drinks, desserts
cuisine maharashtrian
prep time 15 minutes
total time 15 minutes
servings 4
author dassana

ingredients (1 cup = 250 ml)

  • 3 large mangoes or 700 to 750 grams alphonso mangoes or kesar mangoes or 3 to 3.5 cups chopped mangoes OR 3 to 3.5 cups thick mango puree or pulp
  • 1.5 cups full cream chilled milk or 375 ml
  • 2 to 3 tablespoon sugar or add as required
  • 6 to 7 pistachios sliced or chopped (pista)
  • 6 to 7 cashews sliced or chopped (kaju)
  • 6 to 7 almonds (badam) - sliced or chopped
  • 4 to 8 scoops of vanilla ice cream or mango ice cream
  • 4 to 6 glazed cherries for decoration (optional)
  • 4 to 6 ice cubes (optional)

how to make recipe?

  1. slice a few dry fruits like pistachios, almonds and cashews. keep them aside with 4 to 5 glazed cherries.
  2. peel, chop 3 large mangoes and add them to the blender.
  3. reserve a few chopped mangoes aside for topping the mastani drink later.
  4. add 2 to 3 tbsp sugar. add 1.5 cups full cream milk.
  5. blend to a smooth thick milkshake. taste and if the sugar is less, then you can add more. if the mangoes are very sweet, you can completely skip the sugar.
  6. pour this thick mango milkshake in glasses till you have enough space at top for ice cream scoops.
  7. place one or two vanilla or mango ice cream scoops.
  8. top with the sliced dry fruits and chopped mangoes. garnish with the glazed cherries.
  9. serve mango mastani immediately with a spoon as well as straw.


lets start step by step mango mastani recipe:

1. slice a few dry fruits like pistachios, almonds and cashews. keep them aside with 4 to 5 glazed cherries.

cherries for mango mastani recipe

2. peel, chop 3 large mangoes and add them to the blender or mixer jar. instead of fresh mangoes, you can also use mango pulp or puree. about 3 to 3.5 cups of mango pulp or puree can be used. later, just add milk accordingly, based on the consistency of the pulp or puree.

mangoes for mango mastani recipe

3. reserve 2 to 3 tbsp of chopped mangoes aside for topping the mastani drink later.

mangoes for mango mastani recipe
4. add 2 to 3 tbsp sugar in the blender jar.

sugar for mango mastani recipe

5. add 1.5 cups full cream milk.

milk for mango mastani recipe

6. blend to a smooth thick milkshake. taste and if the sugar is less, then you can add more. if the mangoes are very sweet, you can completely skip the sugar. since both the mangoes and milk were chilled, i did not add any ice cubes. you can add some ice cubes too while blending.

mango juice for mango mastani recipe

7. pour this thick mango milkshake in glasses till you have enough space at the top for ice cream scoops.

mango juice for mango mastani recipe

8. place one or two vanilla or mango ice cream scoops.

ice cream for mango mastani recipe

9. top with the sliced dry fruits and chopped mangoes. garnish with the glazed cherries.

making mango mastani recipe

10. serve mango mastani immediately with a spoon as well as straw.

mango mastani recipe




43 thoughts on “mango mastani recipe, how to make mango mastani | mango recipes”

  1. Wow it looks so yummy..eagerly waiting to try these recipe thank you so much…

  2. Wow:-) Mango mastani is fabulous..:-PAmazing recipes u have shared with much clarity.sharing recipe with step by step images are easily understable..

  3. thanks for making my cooking so easier n tastier..my family is in love with my cooking..and all thanks go to u..my all friends are now fan of my mango mastaani

  4. Very tasty drink…..yummy.thank you for sharing. M a big fan of your recipes, always stick to ur blog..

  5. Thanks for easy and fast recipes of mastani I am try now. Also give lot of information like cook from scratch I not know of this meaning .Thanks again

    1. cooking from scratch meaning cooking using fresh raw ingredients. eg making a cake from flour and not from a pre packaged cake box. or making a mango jam, using fresh mangoes and not from readymade mango pulp or puree. hope this helps.

  6. can you plz post choclate mastani recipie with thick milkshake without adding any icrcream in it while blending.

  7. बाजीरावांची मस्तानी कशी होती हे माहीत नाही पण सुजाता मस्तानी खरच खुप भारी आहे ..?

  8. tried few more recipes…mango mastani,carrot rice n pomegranate mint juice n it all was delicious n tasty…ma hubby loving it…He want always variations n food n from ur website it’s became easier n better because u always mention small details with pic…ur way of teaching s excellent…thankq

  9. Made this for my parents yesterday and they loved it.
    The attention to detail that you give while sharing your recipes speaks volumes of your passion for cooking
    Being an amateur who has just started cooking, I must say yours is the best website and my first source destination to look up for recipes. Have already tried the sabudana khichdi, hyd biryani, baingan bhartha and they all turned out well. Browsing through all your recipes is my favourite pastime and am so excited to try so many more.
    Thank you and keep up the good work.
    PS – You made me fall in love with the kitchen 🙂

  10. I have made many dessert and vegetable s.I appreciate u for such a nice explanation from pic.it is very helpful.I learnt a lot of things .thanks a lot

  11. Hi dassana
    Tried mango kulfi heating one it was awesome my daughter loved it
    How can I preserve mango fruit pulp pls guide cos the outer layer gets brownish after a while.
    One of my friends does wrap the entire fruit in alumnium foil n puts in freezer n later defreeze for 8 – 10 hours n squeeze the pulp
    But if I have to just preserve the pulp barring the entire fruit what to do?
    It so happens that some fruits start spoiling half way thru half of it wud be fine n find it difficult to throw them away
    Pls suggest if there is any way out

    1. thank kruthika. chop the mangoes. make a puree and then add some lemon juice. this will help in preserving the pulp. even addition of some sugar will help. with the skin on, the mangoes will get spoiled sooner or later. what i do with ripened or over ripened mangoes, is that i make smoothies and milkshakes. for smoothies you don’t even need to add any sugar if the mangoes are sweet. or you can make mango squash. but for this you will need to add a preservative so that the shelf life increases.

  12. Hello mam, I’ve been following ur blog for past few days. Have tried couple of recipes and they have turned out really well. But last night I tried my hand at chocolate fudge which I feel is not up to the mark. It tastes wonderful but doesn’t look like fudge. The moment I took it out from the fridge for cutting the pieces it started melting from below. The upper part looked firm but the entire thing is so soft and soggy. Kindly help. Thanks

  13. I always fallow your blog. really it’s working for me so much .This is very awesome recipe.my husband love this yami mastani. thank you so much mam.

  14. shilpa aggarwal

    Hello mam.. I have gone thru ur almost all recipes.. but I don’t hv clicks.. ur blog is really amazing.. hats off to ur easy ways to cook every dish . Dessert. Realllllllllly very Thankful $ Grateful for ur fab reciepes.. 🙂

  15. Hi dassana
    This blog is just wonderful!!! Ur recipes are fabulous…. M a big fan!!
    I keep trying something or other…it comes out so well..mastani s wonderful too…chilled to beat the heat n flavor of mango…amazing!!!
    Thanks a lot

  16. Hanshika Gianchandani

    Hi really the best recipe again.dassana your recipes method are very easy and i always get best result.

  17. Hercules Thakkar

    really cool recipe, i have question i heard lot about “cook from scratch” what is this.. that’s lots of recipe called pizza dough from scratch etc

    1. thanks hercules. ‘cook from scratch’ means cooking with fresh ingredients and not using any ready made base or mixes or any ready made stuff.

  18. A fabrecipe once again. Have been following your blog and fell in love with it completely. Many recipes were tried and came out delicious!! well liked by the family too. I am sure Dassana, after following the blog, a novice can become a “master chef” overnight!! recipes to the minute details and the accompanying shots…droooooling…

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