Sunday, June 19, 2011

Mango Mood #5 - Mango Squash

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How would you like to have a home made Maaza or Slice when you are back home after a trip under the scorching sun???!!!!

The thought of it makes me feel thirsty and I'm sure even you would nod your head and agree with me :)

I have been quenching my thirst with it almost ever other day. Don't you want to do it too???

Get set go to make it right away :) Simple and yummy home made mango drink all for you :)
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Mango pulp - 1 ltr
Water - 1 ltr
Sugar - 1.5 kgs
Pottasium Meta bisulphite (KMS)– ½ tsp
Citric acid - 2 tsp

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Peel and chop mangoes roughly. Make a puree using a blender and keep it aside.

Take the sugar, citric acid and water in a pan and heat it until the sugar dissolves and it bubbles up. It should be a thin syrup.

Allow this sugar syrup to come to room temperature and then mix up the above made mango puree.

Take a tsp of warm water and dissolve the Pottasium Meta bisulphite (KMS - preservative) in it. Add it to the squash and mix it up.

Now pour the squash into sterilized bottles and store in refrigerator :)

Mango squash is ready.

To serve, fill 1/3 of serving glass with the mango squash and remaining by water. Mix up well and serve chill topped with ice cubes :)

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Use disposable kitchen gloved when you do the entire process.

KMS or PMS preservative is available in super markets like Nilgiris.

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You can use this squash as dessert topping also :)

Drizzle some mango squash on vanilla ice cream and serve :)

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Written by: Nithya
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Unknown said...

Hummm...Such a refreshing Mango drink..with beautiful presentation..just loved it

Umm Mymoonah said...

Wow! Home made squash, that looks great and without any doubt beautiful clicks.

Raks said...

Lovely cups and nice captures... Love the natural backdrop of Ur home than everything ;) haha nice drink ...

Indian Khana said...

Looks refreshing n yum ...would love to have it

Unknown said...

Homemade maaza/slice sounds very tempting to me...Looks super yumm and damn tempting :)

My Kitchen Antics said...

gorgeous pics nithya

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Refreshing yummy the clicks...

Sunanda said...

Wow!! its so easy to make and refreshing too..Nice clicks as well..

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Suja Manoj said...

Gorgeous pictures dear..refreshing.

sanjeeta kk said...

Coming there to have a sip :) Lovely color and good clicks, Nithi!

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Unknown said...

Home made frooti sounds so yummy and mouth watering... Lovely clicks and beautiful cups...

Nitha said...

Home made sqash... Great work Nithya...

Unknown said...

wow..havent tied making squash with mango so far...Looks great!!:)
Check out the mango event in my blog!!:)


Hari Chandana P said...

Wowww.... Looks so tempting and delicious.. Nice and tempting drink.. thanks for sharing Nithya.. Beautiful pictures :)
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Unknown said...

those glass SO very pretty Nithya! and mazza lets not talk about it, its my fav soft drink neither i get mango nor mazzaa :O

Unknown said...

Absolutely love your glasses :)

KrithisKitchen said...

Home made maaza sounds super cool and fabulous..
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Swanavalli Suresh said...

this reminds me of my childhood days when my mom used make mango squash during the summer season

Unknown said...

the picture is so tempting...very nice..

Love2cook Malaysia said...

Lovely presentation as always! How I wished to grab a glass now. :D

Abhilash Pillai said...

I usually try a rasna or maaza when I feel like having something like a squash or juice. I think your version would be more economical and disadvantage being I will finish the entire prep in a day :)

North Indian's prepare another version of the squash where the mango pulp with sugar is brought to a juicy form and then dried in small containers that are later cut into pieces and preserved for months. I hope you might have seen it.

The presentation was good as always and I will try this with the mangoes we get from the mango tree in our garden. Hope you might have seen the mango theft ;)

Seema said...

Hey Nithya,

I am a great fan of your photographic skills. How I wish I could learn from you... Can you begin one series on photography and presentation???

Mango squash looks very refreshing!!


Sarah said...

The mango squash looks truly awesome and refreshing! And those glasses are so beautiful!

Shanthi said...

Refreshing one for this heat

Jayanthy Kumaran said...

Am loving all that I read here..Thanks for sharing your culinary adventures with rocking clicks..
everything looks soooooooo yummy..:)
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Jeyashris Kitchen said...

missed ur previous mango mood posts.
The cup in which u served and the big bottle was very pretty and refreshing and wonderful drink

Menaga Sathia said...

very nice & refreshing drink..the pic is so tempting !!

Unknown said...

Homemade squash always hit the ur cute cups..Awesome!

Anonymous said...

I lovee mangoes and your squash looks soo refreshing dear :D Awesome.. And beautiful pictures :)

Anu Nandu said...

If I had the money, I would write a mango thoppu to your name so you can constantly make mangoey things like this and make us all happy. Beautiful sexy looking post!

Lena Jayadev said...

woww... im getting aroma of mangoes here.. its mango season in ur blog too.. :)

this looks too gud.. and the way u presented it is amazing.. wondrful snaps :)

Plateful said...

I so love your mango mania...keep them coming! The pictures rock, just like you sweetie! Loved those cute cups :)

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious looking drink fabulous

Zareena said...

Mindblowing and amazing clicks Nits. Very refreshing squash.Loved the cups alot.

SpicyTasty said...

love the clicks and looks so refreshing..

Gita Jaishankar said...

Homemade mango squash sounds too tempting...I am in :)...lovely clicks Nithya.

Unknown said...

you are so highly creative and i am head over heels in love with your decor and props! good job!

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