How to make Aam ka panna|raw mango summer drink
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How to make Aam ka panna|raw mango summer drink

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Learn how to make Aam ka panna|raw mango summer drink also known as aam jhora this raw mango drink is ultra refreshing, super delicious and a must try.

This mango drink is sweet, tangy with the freshness of fresh mint leaves and flavour of black salt and roasted cumin powder. It is very popular summer drink in India.

This drink is must have during summers because it hydrate our body, keep us cool and save us from harsh summer heat.

Do you know? You can use aam panna as a golgappa water, trust me it tastes yum (telling you from my personal experience) try it once and thanks me later.😉

It is one of my favourite summer drink, this drink has the perfect balance of sweetness and tanginess. If you like raw mangoes then you may like sweet and sour mango pickle.

This aam panna is very easy to make and requires few ingredients. It is gluten-free, vegan and plant based drink. I hope you’ll love this raw mango Indian summer cooler.

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How to make aam ka panna

  • Wash and slice the top end of the unripe mangoes, place the mangoes in the pressure cooker and add 1 cup water in it.
  • Pressure cook it at high flame until it get 2 whistles, then after 2 whistles set the flame on low for 5 minutes.
  • When the pressure is released from pressure cooker on its own, open it and transfer the mango to a bowl or plate. The mangoes will become soft you can even poke a knife and check.
How to make Aam ka panna|raw mango summer drink
How to make Aam ka panna|raw mango summer drink

  • Let the mango cool down little bit then scrape off all the pulp from it then take off all the pulp from its seeds as well.
  • Repeat the same for rest of the mangoes. Discard the water and the mango peels.
  • Add mango pulp, 1 cup water, mint leaves and sugar in the blending jar and blend it until combined well.
  • Strain the mixture so that you don’t get any small chunk or fibres of mango while drinking. you can also skip straining if you want fibrous aam panna.
  • Transfer aam paana to the serving glass and add ice cubes in it. serve it immediately.

Checkout the How to make Aam ka panna|raw mango summer drink recipe video on YouTube.

Top tips

  • You can also steam or boil the unripe mangoes instead of pressure cooking or you can also use instant pot.
  • If you don’t prefer steaming or boiling then roast the raw mangoes over the gas stove flame and rest of the process will be same.
  • Use green unripe sour mangoes with seed or Kernel (Hindi: gutli vala kaccha aam) if you’re using seedless unripe mango then remove the peel and then boil it otherwise aam panna may become bitter.
  • You can also store the mango pulp in an airtight container in the refrigerator and use it next day.
  • You can increase or decrease the amount of sugar or salt according to your taste.
  • Sugar can be substituted with jaggery or brown sugar.
  • If you want to make only tangy version of aam panna then don’t add sugar.
  • If mint leaves are not available in your kitchen pantry then skip it or you can use dried mint leaves. mint leaves makes the aam paana green in colour if you’re not adding mint leaves then it will be yellow in colour.
  • In total I have used 3 1/2 cup water in this recipe, 1 cup for boiling which was discarded after boiling, 2 1/2 water used in making aam panna.
How to make Aam ka panna|raw mango summer drink
How to make Aam ka panna|raw mango summer drink

FAQs

What is aam panna?

Aam panna is sweet and tangy drink made with raw green mangoes, it is very popular refreshing summer drink in India.

it can be yellow or green in colour.

This recipe of aam panna is made using sugar but you can also use powdered jaggery in it as a healthy alternative. this drink is must have during summers.

What is aam panna called in English?

Raw mango drink.

Is aam paana good for health?

Yes, it hydrate our body and has cooling properties. It also boost immunity and helps in digestion.

When it comes to seasonal fruits don’t think twice to eat it, make lots of different recipes with it and enjoy it.

Anything eaten in excess can lead to health problems whether it’s healthy or unhealthy. Enjoy your summers with this refreshing drink.

Other recipes you might like

Masala chaas

Mango mojito

Sattu sharbat

Thick mango shake

Strawberry milkshake

Watermelon juice

Orange mojito

Mohabbat ka sharbat

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Yield: 2 serving

Aam ka panna|raw mango summer drink

How to make Aam ka panna|raw mango summer drink

The perfect combination of sweetness, tanginess and refreshing summer drink made with unripe mangoes.

Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes

Ingredients

  • 3 unripe green mangoes 
  • 3 1/2 cup water 
  • 1 teaspoon roasted cumin powder 
  • 1 teaspoon black salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoon sugar
  • 3 to 4 tablespoon mint leaves 

Instructions

    1. Wash and slice the top end of the unripe mangoes, place the mangoes in the pressure cooker and add 1 cup water in it.
    2. Pressure cook it at high flame until it get 2 whistles, then after 2 whistles set the flame on low for 5 minutes.
    3. When the pressure is released from pressure cooker on its own, open it and transfer the mango to a bowl or plate. The mangoes will become soft you can even poke a knife and check.
    4. Let the mango cool down little bit then scrape off all the pulp from it then take off all the pulp from its seeds as well.
    5. Repeat the same for rest of the mangoes. Discard the water and the mango peels.
    6. Add mango pulp, 1 cup water, mint leaves and sugar in the blending jar and blend it until combined well.
    7. Strain the mixture so that you don’t get any small chunk or fibres of mango while drinking. you can also skip straining if you want fibrous aam panna.
    8. Then add 1 1/2 cup water, salt, black salt and roasted cumin powder in it. Mix it well.
    9. Transfer aam paana to the serving glass and add ice cubes in it. serve it immediately.

Notes

  • You can also steam or boil the unripe mangoes instead of pressure cooking.
  • If you don’t prefer steaming or boiling then roast the raw mangoes over the gas stove flame and rest of the process will be same.
  • Use green unripe sour mangoes with seed or Kernel (Hindi: gutli vala kaccha aam) if you’re using seedless unripe mango then remove the peel and then boil it otherwise aam panna may become bitter.
  • In total I have used 3 1/2 cup water in this recipe, 1 cup for boiling which was discarded after boiling, 2 1/2 water used in making aam panna.
  • If mint leaves are not available in your kitchen pantry then skip it or you can use dried mint leaves. mint leaves makes the aam paana green in colour if you’re not adding mint leaves then it will be yellow in colour.
  • Sugar can be substituted with jaggery or brown sugar.
  • You can also store the mango pulp in an airtight container in the refrigerator and use it next day.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

2

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 170Total Fat: 2gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 110mgCarbohydrates: 89gFiber: 9gSugar: 81gProtein: 5g

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