Aam Panha Recipe
Kairi Panna also called Aam ka Jhora is traditional drink made in summer with raw green mangoes. A thirst quencher and refreshing drink ideal for sweltering Indian summer.
Coolers, Non-alcholic drink, Raw Mango, Summer, Traditional Drinks
chutney jar of mixer/blender
adjust as per taste
Peel and pressure cook the mango. You can add ½ cup ofwater in the vessel with the mango 4 whistles or 15 minutes is all it needs.
Once the pressure comes down naturally remove the mango and let it cool. If you are in a hurry place it in a large bowl of cold water.
Remove the flesh of the mango you can use a spoon, a knife I prefer to use my hands. The seed you can add to water and swish it around to get the maximum of the fruit out. Add the water to the mixer.
Mix the pulp, cardamom, salt and jaggery powder and crush it in the mixer. I have used table salt but you can use rock salt too.
Add cumin powder, pepper run the mixer yet again.
The panha mixture will be a thick pulp this is because raw mangoes have a high pectin content.
Transfer to a bottle, this is your kairi panha concentrate.
When you are ready to serve mix 2-3 tablespoon of the concentrate in 500 ml chilled water. Top with ice cubes!
The amount concentrate you will need will depend on the strength of your concentrate and your taste.
A sour mango will need more sweetener.
Aam Panha Recipe https://themadscientistskitchen.com/aam-panha-recipe/ April 13, 2011