Learn how to make Aamras Puri at home with Chef Seema on Swaad Anusaar.
Aamras Puri is a popular dessert of Maharashtra - smooth mango pulp served with puris. This popular recipe is perfect in the hot summer. Aamras or Aam ras Is a popular dessert or sweet from the western Indian states of Maharashtra and Gujarat.
Aamras Puri is the Sweet dessert serve with Puri on the traditional occasion.
Mumbai food in the summer season is incomplete without Aamras Puri. Now, this is one of the most favorite mango dishes, and its finally back in season.
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½ cup Milk + Saffron Strands
5-6 tbsp Sugar (powdered)
½ tsp Cardamom Powder
½ tsp Ginger Powder
½ Nutmeg Powder
1 ½ cups Wheat Flour
Carom Seeds (crushed)
1 tbsp Ghee
Method: First, let’s cut the head of the Mangoes (payari) (as shown in the video), and squeeze it with the help of our hands. Next, we will open the skin of the mango and keep it aside, do the same with the remaining Mangoes. Squeeze properly and take all the pulp from its seed. Next, add Milk + Saffron Strands into the Mango Skin, then squeeze it and take out rest of the remaining pulp from the Mango Skin. Next add this to the Pulp with Sugar (powdered), Salt, Cardamom Powder, Ginger Powder, and Nutmeg Powder. We now beat it nicely with the help of a hand blender.
Next, add Chopped Mango Pieces into Aamras and your Aamras is ready, take it out in a serving bowl. Keep it the fridge to chill, and in the meantime let’s make Puri’s for which heat up the Oil in the Kadai, next make the dough of the Puri for which add Wheat Flour in the bowl and add Salt, Carom Seeds (crushed) and Ghee. Now mix it properly together, knead it well-adding water during intervals and your Puri dough is ready. Knead this dough little hard (as shown in the video) add Oil to the dough and Knead it again nicely then cover it for 10 to 15 minutes. After 15 minutes start rolling your Puri’s, first take a small dough ball and roll it nicely. Now put the roll into heating Oil in the Kadai and fry them, do the same with the remaining dough. Then your Aamras Puri is ready to serve.
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Aamras (also known as amras) is a sweet dish featuring in the cuisine of the Indian subcontinent and made from the pulp of the mango fruit. The pulp of a ripe mango is extracted, usually by hand, and is consumed together with pooris or chapati (Indian bread). Sometimes ghee and milk are added to the pulp to enhance its flavor. Sugar is also added to adjust the sweetness. It is often had at celebrations and weddings with cardamon and chopped fruits.
A regional version of aamras is a popular dessert in Rajasthani cuisine and Marwari, Marathi, and Gujarati homes, especially during festivities.
Since the fruit is seasonal, being harvested at the end of summer, the need to preserve the fruit in the form of pulp has given rise to a moderately large mango-processing industry.
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