Refreshing Mango and Mint cooler

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Aam Panna is an Indian drink renowned for its heat-resistant properties. It is made from green mangoes and used as a tasty and healthy beverage to fight against the intense Indian summer heat. This refreshing summer drink keeps you hydrated and helps to rejuvenate the tired you.
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This refreshing drink is slightly sweet and sour to the taste, and spices like powdered cardamom and black salt add that extra flavor to this drink. There are two ways to sweeten this drink. You can use either sugar or jaggery. Because jaggery is good for health, it is the preferred option for the drink.

Benefits of Aam Panna

We’ve listed a few health benefits of aam panna for you:

  • Aam Panna mitigates the occurrence of heat strokes
  • A refreshing drink that rejuvenates and hydrates the tired body.
  • Helps in the treatment of gastrointestinal problems during summer.
  • Unripe mangoes are rich in vitamin B1, B2, and Niacin, revitalizing you
  • Unripe mangoes are rich in vitamin C, which helps to detox the body.

The Recipe

The procedure to make aam panna is pretty simple and uncomplicated.q? encoding=UTF8&ASIN=B0BX97DXTT&Format= SL250 &ID=AsinImage&MarketPlace=IN&ServiceVersion=20070822&WS=1&tag=vishalbhat 21&language=en INir?t=vishalbhat 21&language=en IN&l=li3&o=31&a=B0BX97DXTT

  • Wash the raw mangoes thoroughly and soak them in water for an hour. Pressure cook the mangoes in water for 4-5 whistles or till they become soft. You can also cook the mangoes without a pressure cooker, which is time-consuming.
  • Peel the cooked mangoes and take out the mango pulp. Scrape the mango from the peels, too. Collect the cooked mango pulp in a bowl. Discard the peels and the seeds.
  • Add powdered sugar or jaggery to the mix now. The proportion to remember is double the quantity of sugar or jaggery compared to the pulp you have extracted. Mix well.
  • You can also use a blender to mix the ingredients thoroughly. Add the powdered cardamom and mix again.
  • The aam panna is ready; you must store this in a glass jar in a fridge.
  • To make one glass of aam panna, mix one 1 tbsp of the mix in a glass of chilled water and ice cubes. Add a dash of mint leaves for seasoning, and your refreshing aam panna is ready.
What is your favorite summer drink that keeps you refreshed and rejuvenated?

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