Bangalore’s chilly weather always makes me crave for something warmifying, especially in the evenings. A plate of piping hot chat, pani puri or even a warm cinnamon roll. But my favourite indulgence is a mug of hot cholocate. It reminds you of a feeling of gratifying warmth that gets you ready to take over the world . I have tried hot chocolate at a lot of places but it almost always falls a little short of my expectations… a little less chocolate… a little too much sugar.. which leaves me..well a little less satisfied. Eventually, I dropped all plans of ever … Continue reading Hot Chocolate | TummyKhush
Come summer and mangoes become a common sight in almost all the markets. Sold both in raw and ripe forms, this fruit is a hot favourite with everybody and even juice vendors stock up on the fruit as the demand for milk-shakes rockets sky high. In the raw form, mangoes are majorly used for pickling purposes. This practice is followed mostly in Sothern part of India and the pickles have shelf life of almost a year (Heard about the Andhra famous Avakaya?:P).
The drinks made out of mangoes make for a refreshing summer drinks, the most common one being milk shakes (or Mango Mazaa as I choose to call it. Mango milk shake sounds boring ?). The colour is quite refreshing and the sweet taste helps beat the summer heat. So here is the recipe of the Mango Mazaa I made at home on public demand.
For 2 servings of Mango mazaa you would require: