It is that time of the year again! YES! The mango season is back. But, with this, the heat is back too, making us feel sluggish and lethargic all the time. The only thing that saves us through this scorching heat is the mangoes. Mango is usually eaten the way it is or sometimes it is infused as a part of a mocktail or a dessert. Unripe mango is an ingredient that can be experimented with in a trillion ways. There are endless culinary possibilities with such extraordinary and delicious fruits. 

Hence, in today's blog, we are going to discuss the king of fruits and a few luscious recipes that you're sure not to miss! Recipes using raw mangoes (kaccha aam) and ripened mangoes. 

Delicious Mango Recipes

There are numerous ways in which you can use mangoes. From sliced kaccha aam topped with Chilli Powder and salt to fresh mango milkshakes, there are various delicacies you can easily pull off using mangoes. Let's discuss a few of them.

1) Mint Mango Raita:

This refreshing recipe is because it has mint, curd and flavorful spices like roasted cumin powder, chilli powder and black salt. To top this 'already tasty recipe', we have freshly chopped mangoes to add to it. The sweetness of mangoes and the tanginess of curd blend well together. However, let's look at the ingredients and the directions to make this recipe.



  • Take one bowl of curd and add chilli powder, cumin powder and salt to it. whisk until everything is well combined. 
  • Once you're done whisking, add your chopped mangoes and roughly chopped mint leaves. 
  • This is the best refreshing recipe you can have as a breakfast, lunch, dinner or even as a midnight snack.
  • This recipe is low in calories and so it can also be consumed when you're on a diet.

2) Mango Milkshake:

This recipe is everyone's favourite. From kids to elders of the house, a glass full of mango milkshake is everyone's go-to 'Beat The Heat' recipe. It's a beautiful blend of ripened mangoes and milk with a dash of sugar to manage the sweetness. This less ingredient, healthy, and classic drink is a win-win for anyone who's on a strict diet. You can use milk of any choice and add some whey for protein as well. In today's blog, we are going to share a classic recipe. Let's look at the ingredients and the directions to make this recipe.


  • 1/2 cup mango/mango pulp
  • 1 glass milk
  • sweetener of choice and to taste


  • Blend your mango puree or chopped mangoes along with the milk and sweetener of choice.
  • Add ice and serve immediately.
  • You may also top the drink with chopped mangoes to give it that extra aesthetic and bite!

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3) Zesty Mango Cheesecake:

You heard it just right! Zesty goes great with something sweet, crusty and buttery. Cheesecakes from The Cheesecake Factory taste out of this world but this recipe is nothing less. Moreover, this one is a no-bake version and so, it's going to be more quick and easy to make and devour. While making this recipe, you need to remember that lemon is a very powerful and fragrant ingredient and because it is a 'Zesty-Mango' cheesecake, you would not want the flavour of lemon to overpower the sweetness of mango. Ensure that the flavours are perfectly balanced. let's look at the ingredients and the directions to make this recipe.


  • 1 cup chopped mango cubes 
  • 2 cups softened cream cheese
  • 1 pack of digestive biscuits
  • 1/2 cup softened butter
  • 1 tsp vanilla essence
  • 1/2 tsp lemon zest
  • 1 cup milkmaid
  • Mint leaves to garnish


  • The best way to understand and pull off this recipe is by keeping all the ingredients ready. 
  • First things first, be ready with your ingredients.
  • The next thing you should be doing is preparing your base. Crush your digestive biscuits in a blender and add your melted butter to them. 
  • When the mixture is ready, set a nice layer on the base and let it cool in the fridge. 
  • Now whisk your cream cheese and condense milk together until smooth. 
  • Add lemon zest and vanilla essence. Again, whisk!
  • Now, pour this semi-thick batter on your base.
  • Top the cheesecake with chopped mangoes and fresh mint leaves as a garnish. 
  • For best results, set it overnight in the fridge!

We hope, you made the recipe along with us! For our next blog, stay tuned for refreshing kaccha aam recipes! Also, check out our varied spice range which is ethically produced and 100% natural only at Vasant Masala. Happy Cooking!