Since the mango season started blogosphere is flooded with mango recipes and one of the most posted recipes is the Mango Mastani. Mango Mastani’s origin can be traced back to Pune. It is a mango milkshake usually served with icecream and nuts. But I have made a little different version. As I told you earlier, I am trying to give only healthy foods to Sruti and though she was asking me for a glass of mango mastani for a long time, I was just postponing it. Many recipes I read used icecream in both the milk shake and the topping. I wanted to skip the icecream part but didn’t have a clear idea of what to do instead.
When I made the cold mocha two days back, I had whipped some non dairy cream for that. And I had some left over after making it. So thought of using it up for this recipe and skip the ice cream. I pureed the mangoes separately and had it in the fridge. I also had a cup of milk chilling in the milk. And the cream was whipped and ready. So assembling took very little time. And Sruti loved every bit of it. The recipe I am giving makes two portions. So I have saved one for Sruti to give it tomorrow. She doesn’t know it and I am sure she will be very happy when I give it to her tomorrow.
Mango – 1 small
Cold Milk – 1 cup
Whipped Cream – 1/3 cup
Sugar – 3- tbs
Pistachios and Saffron for Garnish
Puree mango and let it chill in the fridge.
Whip up the cream to soft peaks and let it chill in the fridge.
Chill the milk also
At the time of assembling, take the mango puree, milk, sugar and half of the whipped cream and pulse until combined.
Pour it into two serving glasses.
Top it with the remaining cream and garnish with sliced pistachios and saffron strands.
Serve it immediately.
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Mango Mastani Recipe
- Mango - 1 small
- Cold Milk - 1 cup
- Whipped Cream - 1/3 cup
- Sugar - 3- tbs
- Pistachios and Saffron for Garnish
- Puree mango and let it chill in the fridge.
- Whip up the cream to soft peaks and let it chill in the fridge.
- Chill the milk also
- At the time of assembling, take the mango puree, milk, sugar and half of the whipped cream and pulse until combined.
- Pour it into two serving glasses.
- Top it with the remaining cream and garnish with sliced pistachios and saffron strands.
- Serve it immediately.
Oh man ! Yet another version of Mango Mastani ! I am drooling over it .Now I can’t resist , I have to make it . This Mastani is making me Mastani
There are so many versions of this recipe online. Mine is also made with ice cream. It is a delicious treat and I am sure your daughter would be happy to have another go at it tomorrow
Mango mastani rocks, how pretty this drink looks. I have been looking for a chance to make some.
Gayathri please do excuse my ignorance but what is non dairy cream and do we get it in our local market and if you live in Chennai could you tell be where. Thanks
It is soy based product and you can easily get it in Chennai. Try waltax road shops.
That is delicious Gayathri. 🙂 Oh, I have never heard of this one before. Everyone seems to be raving about it and I feel bad being a left out. Will def try this out this summer. 🙂
I too posted a mastani recipe some time back. I added some chopped mangoes while serving.. Yours looks good too..
Your version looks fantastic and I can’t wait to know how Sruti reacts when she gets another dose of this..:)
That is such a creamy and delicious mango treat. Looks soooo inviting.
Mango Mastani is on my ‘to do list’ and didn’t’t get down to making it during this mango season… so next time. Love the way you have substituted the ice cream with non dairy cream.
love this no icecream version gayathri, looks so filling and fresh! sruthi must have enjoyed this a lot! 🙂