Ayurveda is in sync with natures cycle of seasonal change and hence living by it in terms of food, activity and overall state of being — is key to staying healthy all year long.
The “king of fruits” , Mango has been around for at least 6,000 years. Ayurveda considers a ripe mango — sweet and heating. It balances all the three doshas and acts as an energiser. While eating the fruit whole is best, there are some popular dishes during this season, Aamras is one of them.
- 4 ripe Alphonso mangoes (or any sweet mango of your choice)
- 2 Tbsp Jaggery (depends how sweet you want it)
- 2 Tsp salt Water
Take the mango pulp and roughly mash it. Then add the jaggery dissolved in water and mix it well. Add salt per your taste.
Serve it with chapathi/puri or by itself as a dessert. Enjoy!
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