Try these mango recipes and make your summer truly mangolicious!

If you are a mango baby and love the king of all fruits, then make these mango recipes at home to see what wonders its flavour can do.

You can eat mangoes in many ways and even use it as an ingredient to make some classic and flavourful dishes. Here’s a list of some delicious mango recipes that you should definitely try if summer for you is all about mangoes!!

1. Malabari Mango Kadhi

This Gujarati dish is made with yogurt and riped mangoes and is an excellent side dish. The nice tangy flavour goes very well with Aloo Shaak, Methi Thepla, and Steamed Rice. So, try one of our favourite mango recipes by Maharaj Bhawar Singh, corporate chef – Khandani Rajdhani, Mumbai.


Ripe Mango cut into pieces1
roasted Jeera1 tsp
Shallot Onion1 cup
Yogurt1 cup
Red Chilli Powder1/2 tsp
Turmeric Powder1/2 tsp
Coconut Oil1 tsp
Mustard Seeds1/2 tsp
Fenugreek Seeds1/2 tsp
Coconut – Grated1/2 cup
Red Chilli1, split
Curry LeavesA few
Salt Toto taste
Sugara pinch
Coriander Leaves – Chopped1 tsp


Cook the Mango in about ½ cup of water for a few minutes. Grind the Coconut, Cumin, Shallot Onion, Turmeric, and Chilli powder to a smooth paste adding water. Add the ground coconut paste to the mango and simmer for 3-4 mins. Beat the curd with 1/2 cup water until smooth, when the mango-coconut mixture has simmered for about a few minutes switch off the flame and add beaten curd. Mix well. Heat oil in a small pan, for tempering. Add the Mustard seeds, Fenugreek seeds Red Chilies, and Curry Leaves. Add the tempered ingredients to the curry, mix well, and add salt.

2. Kairi Makai Dhokla

Give your dhoklas a mangoficent makeover and make a plate of Kairi Makai Dhokla that taste nothing but delicious. Try this quick recipe by Maharaj Bhawar Singh and take your dhokla feast to another level.

Mango recipes


Makai flour1/2 cup
Rava / semolina3/4 cup
Besan2 tbsp
Buttermilk1 cup + 1 cup to take mango puree
Raw mango puree1 cup
Ginger garlic green chilli paste1 tbsp
saltto taste
Eno fruit salt1 1/2 tsp
For Seasoning
Cooking oil

2 tbsp
Mustard seeds1 tsp
Asafetida powder 1/4 tsp
Freshly grated coconut2 tbsp
Coriander leaves chopped2 tbsp
Raw mango gratedFor garnishing


Grate raw mangoes and blend them with one cup of buttermilk and keep them aside. Take a bowl add maize powder, ginger garlic green chilli paste, semolina, besan, salt, mango puree, and the remaining one cup of buttermilk and keep aside for 30 minutes. Meantime grease a pan to steam the batter. If you feel the batter is thick after 30 minutes add some more buttermilk. Should be in an idli batter consistency.

Add ½ tsp of Eno fruit salt with one tablespoon of water and mix well with the above batter. Pour the batter into the greased pan and steam immediately for 15 to 20 minutes. In the meantime heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds, and asafetida powder. Allow it to cool and make square pieces and garnish it with seasonings, coriander leaves and grated coconut, and grated raw mango. Mango maize dhokla is ready to serve. Serve with coriander chutney or sweet chutney.

3. Chunky Mango & Nutty Quinoa Fried Rice

Give your regular fried rice a mangolicious twist and try this quick recipe of mango and quinoa fried rice by Chef Jerson Fernandes of Novotel Mumbai, Juhu.

Mango recipes


Alphonso Mango- diced100 gms
Quinoa3 tbsp
Cooked Rice200 gms
chopped mushrooms50 gms
chopped broccoli50 gms
chopped green onions1 spring
finely chopped Onions1 tsbp
finely chopped Garlic1 tbsp
Sichuan pepper1/2 tsp
White pepper powderto taste
Saltto taste
Vinegar1/2 tsp
Soy sauce1/2 tsp
Oilto taste
Dry Mango powderone pinch
Alphanso mango puree1


Roast the quinoa grains well before bringing them to a boil. Once boiled, cool the quinoa grains, flash fry them in hot oil till it becomes nice and crisp and begins to splutter. Keep them aside and start with the rice. For the fried rice, heat a wok/ heavy bottomed pan, add oil, chopped garlic, chopped onions, chopped mushrooms, broccoli, and saute well. Add the boiled rice, salt, Sichuan pepper, and white pepper powder and toss well. Add the diced-mango cubes, fried quinoa, and dry mango powder and toss well till it’s well mixed with other ingredients in the pan.

Serve hot garnished with a slice of mango and some microgreens on the top of the rice demoulded onto a plate with mango cubes and droplets of mango puree placed around the demoulded rice. Also, sprinkle a few fried quinoa grains if needed to give it that extra crunch.

Chefs Tip: a) Ensure the quinoa grains are roasted well to get an earthy flavor. b) Chill the mango cubes well before tossing them into the pan to help them retain their shape and flavor.

4. Moroccon grilled chicken with Spiced Mango Puree

Another lip-smacking recipe by Chef Jerson Fernandes, this Moroccon grilled chicken with spiced mango puree is a must-try. If your tastebuds like the fusion of sweet and spicy, this is something you’ll love!

Mango recipes


Chicken breast2
Sun-dried tomato100 gms
Salt5 gms
Pepper3 gms
Rosemary25 gms
Cilantro25 gms
Garlic3 clove
Olive oil20 ml
Fennel50 gms
Cream50 gms
Paprika2 gms
Onion Rings10 rings
Fresh Alphonso Mango2
Cajun spice2 gms


Make a marinade by grinding Cilantro, Rosemary, sun-dried tomato, olive oil, and garlic. Rub marinade on clean chicken breast. Rest for 1/2 hour. Cut and puree an alphonso mango, add paprika, fennel, and cream. Cook till reduced and chill. Grill marinated chicken breast till golden red.4) Smoke onion rings marinated with the above marinade. Plate grilled chicken over a bed of smoked onion rings and Alphonso puree. Garnish with fennel sprig and serve hot accompanied with khus khus or Moroccan rice.

We can’t wait to log off and try these delectable mango recipes, what about you?? Which one are you going to make first? Tell us in the comment section below.

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