mango shrikhand recipe, how to make mango shrikhand, amrakhand recipe

mango shrikhand or amrakhand recipe with step by step photos – shrikhand is a very common yogurt based sweet dish. we always have shrikhand with pooris. even plain, the mango shrikhand tastes so good.

mango shrikhand, mango shrikhand recipe, amrakhand

for making any shrikhand, always use fresh yogurt. home made yogurt is the best. i have made the recipe with homemade yogurt. the fresh homemade curd is used to make hung curd.

i have used double the quantities of mangoes for the shrikhand and hence the mango shrikhand was not thick like the store brought ones. also i removed the yogurt after some 2.5 hours as i was in a hurry to make the amrakhand…. just coz, so that i can take the photos in day light.

mango shrikhand recipe, amrakhand recipe

i wanted a lot of mangoes in the shrikhand and hence this recipe. no artificial color or flavorings have been used in the shrikhand.

i flavored the shrikhand with some crushed cardamom seeds and saffron. the amount of sugar to be added depends on the sweetness of the mangoes. these mangoes are the local goan mangoes and they were so sweet. so i ended up adding less sugar. you can also check kesar elaichi shrikhand recipe.

homemade mango shrikhand recipe, amrakhand recipe

few more tasty mango recipes for you!

Mango Shrikhand

4.63 from 8 votes
mango shrikhand or amrakhand is a sweet dessert made from yogurt and ripe mangoes.
mango shrikhand recipe, amrakhand recipe
Author:Dassana Amit
Prep Time:4 hrs 15 mins
Total Time:4 hrs 15 mins
Course:desserts
Cuisine:indian
Servings (change the number to scale):1 medium size bowl
(1 CUP = 250 ML)

INGREDIENTS

  • 3 to 3.5 cup curd (yogurt) or curd made from half a liter of milk
  • 2 mangoes, chopped (aam)
  • 4-5 green cardamom, crushed
  • 1 pinch saffron strands
  • ½ cup sugar or as required

INSTRUCTIONS

  • hung the curd in a muslin, cheese cloth or kitchen napkin for 3-4 hours.
  • puree the mangoes.
  • add the thick hung curd to the blender along with crushed cardamom, saffron and sugar.
  • blend till smooth
  • pour mango shrikhand in individual serving bowls.
  • chill and serve the amrakhand with some pooris or just have it plain.

NOTES

1. you can make any other shrikhand in a similar way.
2. even dry fruits of your choice can be added to this shrikhand.
3. you can also use tinned mangoes or mango pulp.
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how to make amrakhand or mango shrikhand recipe

1: first take the curd in a cheese cloth or muslin or kitchen napkin.

making mango shrikhand or amrakhand recipe

2: now tie the cloth and hung the curd for 3-4 hours. the whey will drip, so keep a bowl or pan below to collect the whey.

making mango shrikhand or amrakhand recipe

3: after 3-4 hours you will get a thick yogurt.

making mango shrikhand or amrakhand recipe

4: chop the mangoes and puree them. i have collected the puree in a bowl just for the pic.

mangoes for mango amrakhand recipe

5: in the same blender with the mango puree in it, add this thick hung yogurt. also add sugar, crushed cardamom and saffron.

mango puree for mango shrikhand recipe

6: blend till the whole mixture is smooth.

mango shrikhand recipe, amrakhand recipe

7: serve mango shrikhand in bowls and chill. you can also serve shrikhand directly with some pooris or just have it plain.

mango shrikhand recipe, amrakhand recipe

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namaste and welcome to vegrecipesofindia.com which i started in feb 2009 and is a pure vegetarian blog. i have been passionate about cooking from childhood and began to cook from the age of 10. later having enrolled in a home science degree greatly enhanced my cooking & baking skills and took it to a different level which i now share as foolproof recipes. i was formally trained both in mainstream indian as well as international cuisines.

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37 comments/reviews

  1. You are my handbook of recipes, I think of preparing a veg dish and i get the perfect recipe from you, all dishes always turn out yummy.

  2. It turned out really yummy..my husband loves DS.yesterday I made 2nd time increasing d quantity n stored it for daily consumption. Thank you so much. You are doing a wonderful job.1 star

  3. Hi Dassana,
    Wonderful recipe and beautiful colour of amrakhand. How much milk (I will make curd at home ) will be sufficient for 30 people. Can I make it a day ahead?

  4. hey dassana how r u..i was busy for such a long time that i couldnt try anything new from ur site..and now as i m free i m going through all ur posts lying in my inbox..yesterday night i made this dessert and it came out very well..thanks for all the lovely pics that compel me to make all ur dishes..

    • hey suhani, i am good. all of us get busy sometime or the other in our lives. even i am so busy at times that i just cannot manage to do anything for the blog on some days. thanks for making the amrakhand. more recipes and pics coming your way…

  5. Hi, Following your blog since quite long time, liked and loved all your recipe along with the snaps. Being a working women I have not tried any of your recipes yet, but the process of your cooking style simply it proves that they will be wonderful in taste, after a long work I really feel good to go through your recipes, and I am definite that I will try them soon in weekends.

  6. Beautiful photos today, Dassana, with the shrikhand, the mangoes, the dark board and cardamom pods. A nice easy dessert, too.