22 May 2011

Mango Shake




The English word "mango" originated from the Malayalam word for it 'manga'. It is India’s national fruit and why not…India is the largest producer of mangoes in the world.

This summer (mango season) how can anyone go without a recipe with mangoes.. a perfect drink to beat the scorching heat outside. It is so easy that even kids can make them.

Kids usually love to enjoy them when topped with a scoop of ice cream. So here it is..
















INGREDIENTS

Mango                          - 2 large
Milk                              - 2 cups
Sugar                            - 2 tbsp
Vanilla Ice cream           - A scoop in each glass


METHOD

Chill the mangoes and freeze the milk.
Peel, chop and blend mangoes in a blender or with a hand blender.
Add milk and sugar. Blend again.
Serve chilled in tall glasses with a scoop of ice cream.






















I know you all are thinking why so many snaps :) Just shows that I am kind of enjoying Food Photography. Hope you all enjoy it too...

Rinku Naveen

19 comments:

  1. Mango shake is a must in mango season..love your presentation. That swan looks beautiful.

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  2. Loved the shake and the snaps too Rinku.

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  3. looks yummy....
    nice presentation :)

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  4. Yummy scrummy! I want some Rinku :) Looks refreshingly delicious :)

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  5. mm Mango Season... U r at right time... with right recipe. Ofcourse Rinku v all r enjoy the Food photography as well as your recipes. Good Going..

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  6. Marvellous shake, lovely presentation..

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  7. What a beautiful presentation dear ~ loved that ornamental swan :)
    US Masala

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  8. This is my fav shake..esp after a hot tiring day..its bliss to have this shake...yummy milkshake

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  9. top three shakes are
    ....of my taste...
    Chikkoo, strawberry, and butter fruit

    Mango is best in juice NOT ripe but
    GREEN with mint.. wanna try it?

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  10. the first pic is beautiful...yumm

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  11. yummy and simple milkshake and nice clicks too

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  12. Thanks Shir,Priya P, Priya,Aipi, Sharmilee, Jay, Nisha and Jeyashri..Glad you all liked it. :)

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  13. I like your pretty presentation ... beautiful clicks! Thanks for visiting me & leaving your nice comment :)

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  14. Delicious shake and beautiful pictures. Loved the first one most!

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  15. Interesting know about origination of the word mango. Beautiful pictures. Happy to follow your lovely blog :)

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  16. Yummy and refreshing drink for this summer. Lovely presentation dear. Glad to follow u!!!
    Kurinjikathambam

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  17. Lovely presentation. Refreshing drink. Pictures look stunning. Following you :)

    Do visit me as time permits and would love to have you follow me too.

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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