This Aam Panna drink or Bengali Aam Porar Shorbot is the most refreshing drink, perfectly suitable for the upcoming summer days. Mangoes are something that we look forward to every year and when the Green Mangoes hit the market first, it becomes absolutely must to make this green mango mocktail.
This Mango Semolina Cake is crumbly and full of flavours of season’s fresh mangoes. It has no refined flour or maida and like most of the cake recipes, it is an oil-based cake recipe. For this recipe of semolina cake, I have used semolina or sooji and whole wheat flour or aata for the dry ingredients.
Among all the mango recipes on my blog, this Mango Swirl Cake with Cardamom Cream is the highlight. This dessert comes with a base of my signature Vanilla Cake topped with cardamom flavored cream with a crown of Mango slices arranged beautifully in a swirl.
Celebrating the King of Fruits with the best Mango Cake recipe The moment we talk about summers, one thing that immediately strikes our mind is …
There is only one thing that makes me wait for summers and that is Mango. Green as well as ripened, both are awaited with abated breath in my household. First one to reach the markets is always the Green Mango which makes delicious chutneys and a special Bengali sour dal known as Toker Dal. The nomenclature here, need a little bit of explanation. ‘Tok‘ means sour in Bangla, hence, Toker Daal means sour dal. The sour taste essentially comes from the unripened tangy Green Mango. Among the various lentil recipes, this green mango recipe is a staple in every Bengali household during the summer months in India.