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Friday, August 18, 2017

Kothamalli ammini kozhakattai , Kozhukattai recipes

Ammini Kozhakattai is always made at our place during Vinayagar chaturthi, using left over Kozhakattai maavu. Some times amma makes kozhakattai on normal days too as it's our family's favorite. Right from my childhood, i used to love the modakam and these cute mini ammini kozhakattai. This ammini kozhakattai can be had as a healthy snack too. You can substitute rice flour with wheat flour, ragi flour or millet flour too. I have tried curry leaves ammini kozhakattai once and loved it very much. Try out this flavorful Coriander leaves | Kothamalli ammini kozhakkatai at home. Check out my full collection of Ganesha chaturthi 2017 recipes. 
Kothamalli ammini - kozhakattai

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Mexican chaat recipe , Fusion recipes

Mexican chaat, is a fusion chaat recipe, similar to the popular Indian chaat Bhel puri. Yesterday when Varsha was telling about some Cooking without fire competition in school, i gave her this idea. Today morning i sent all the ingredients to her for the competition and kept one more portion for my post too. As most of the kids like Doritos |nachos, this chaat will be a sure winner among kids. I have given few variations for this recipe in the notes section. Scroll down to see it. This chaat recipe is a perfect one for parties, you can keep everything ready and just mix everything at the time of serving.

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Wheat flour sweet seedai, Gokulashtami recipes

Sweet seedai is a very simple seedai made with wheat flour, sugar and few other easy available ingredients. I have posted Vella seedai recipe where we add jaggery for sweetness. For beginners if you are still not confident  of the consistency of vella paagu for vella paagu, you can make this sweet seedai. This is a no fail, no burst seedai recipe. I saw this recipe of sweet seedai in a youtube video and made few changes in that. We all loved the sweet seedai.
Actually my plan was to post Milagu seedai but unfortunately it popped. I think the home made pepper powder is not so fine and thus this disaster. So found this recipe so easy and attempted it. Check out my full collection of Gokulashtami recipes.
Sweet- seedai recipe

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Besan Murukku recipe, Gokulashtami recipes

Besan murukku | Kadalamaavu murukku is a easy an instant murukku recipe made with store bought rice flour and store bought gram flour. I have given this recipe for Aval Kitchen 2 years back, for Diwali recipes. Later i fwill orgot to post the recipe of besan murukku  here. As Gokulashtami 2017 is on Aug 14, i thought i post the recipe of this easy murukku recipe. Check out my full collection of Janmastami recipes. I have posted the recipe of this murukku with a video.
Besan- murukku

Monday, August 7, 2017

Coconut Badam ladoo ,easy laddu recipe

Coconut Badam ladoo is an easy sweet recipe, made with almond(badam) powder, desiccated coconut, sugar and ghee as the main ingredients. During our India trip in June, my brother in law passed me a packet of almond powder to me and told to try some recipes with that. This week i thought i will post some Janmashtami | Krishna jayanthi recipes, also realised that today is Raksha bandan too. I first wanted to post Rava coconut ladoo. Then when i opened my freezer,saw this almond powder and tried this badam coconut laddu. It turned out very well and got ready in 20 minutes. Check out my full collection of Janmastami| Krishna jayanthi recipes and Raksha bandan recipes.
Scroll down till the end for tips and badam coconut laddu with step wise pictures.
Badam coconut- laddu

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Spicy Pomegranate raita with Alvas Natural Yogurt

Alvas Yogurt - A review

Yogurt|Curd|Thayir, we Indians include in our everyday meal, either in the form of curd rice or buttermilk or masala chaas.  I got a mail from Alvas, an Indian Diary Producer in Singapore, to  write a review on their yogurt. I readily accepted it and they sent me their products in 2 days.
Alvas Natural curd comes in 3 different sizes, 200ml, 500ml and 1litre. 
Alvas Natural Yoghurt is available in Sheng Shiong outlets, FairPrice shops and Mustafa Center in Singapore. I felt the availability of the yogurt is quite reachable to all, as we have Sheng Shiong and FairPrice outlets island wide. Apart from these places, it is available in all Indian Mini marts. Coming  to the price, the 200 ml is priced 1.20 SGD , the 500ml is 2.80 SGD and the 1 litre is priced 5.40 SGD. 
This review is based on my personal opinion. I am not paid by the company to write the review. I was given only the yogurt by Alvas Natural. 

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Chakka unniyappam | Jackfruit uniappam recipe

Chakka unniappam with video
Chakka unniyappam or jackfruit neiappam, is generally made using chakka varati.  We make unniappam | nei appam for aavani avittam, Gokulashtami and Karthigai deepam. After making jackfruit modagam, i wanted to try jackfruit poli and ela adai this year. Ela adai , few days back my friend's mom taught me while she was making it. But today due to some urgent work, i didn't have time to make poli or ela adai.  During our India trip in June, we attended a wedding in Kerala and came to know that they make nei appam with jackfruit. So i thought i will give it a try. It tasted so awesome, if you are a jackfruit lover then you will love it for sure. The nei appams were crispy outside and soft inside. Check out my
Chakka- unniyappam

Monday, July 31, 2017

Mint Coriander Chutney recipe for dosa, idli

Peanut flavored mint coriander chutney, goes well with idli and dosa. Last week while making puliyodarai for lunch box, the peanut box was kept on the kitchen counter. I was busy preparing chutney for dosa on the other side and instead of adding urad dal or channa dal for making the chutney, i added peanuts and turned out so well. Varsha, my daughter is a huge fan of green chutney, loved this peanut flavored mint chutney. Today i made this again to post the recipe of Kothamalli pudina chuntey. I have made a quick video for this chutney recipe too. Check out my collection of Chutney recipes.  
Mint coriander chutney

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Paneer in white gravy | Malai paneer recipe

Malai paneer gravy | Paneer in white gravy, is a rich creamy white gravy, goes well with roti, naan and spicy pulaos. Generally i make paneer gravy with onion tomato base. Even for malai kofta also i make the same thing but recently during my India trip i happened to taste Malai kofta in white gravy, in a party. I tried this with biryani and naan and it tasted well with both. I tried the same with paneer yesterday. This is similar to the methi malai mutter. You can make koftas also with this White gravy as base. I adapted the recipe from Tarla dalal's website, with little changes. Even for parties or potlucks you can include this along another spicy tomato based gravy, it will be a great combo to pair these with naan, rotis and pulao.
Malai paneer gravy

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Masala paratha recipe | Square paratha

Parathas| Indian flat bread, those who know me personally, will vouch my love for both cooking and eating parathas. . As such i am a great fan of one pot meal and to me Paratha is a also an one pot meal๐Ÿ˜‹. When i posted the triangle paratha, i wanted to try out the square paratha. But somehow missed it. Last week when i was scrolling in Instagram, i happened to see this masala square paratha in a restaurant page. This paratha can be packed for lunch box too as it stays soft even after few hours. So finally i tried this today for my breakfast. You can have this for lunch or dinner too.  I have posted this Square paratha recipe with a quick video, so that it will be easy for beginners to get the shape.
Check out my other paratha recipes:
Masala square paratha

Friday, July 21, 2017

Onion Bajji recipe, Vengaya bajji

Onion bajji |  South Indian style vengaya bajji is a deep fried onion fritters. They are dipped in a flour batter and deep fried in oil. Bajjis take place in our home very rarely but when we were kids bajjis are made on all Sundays. Amma used to make Vazhakkai bajji often as we get fresh home grown vazhakkai(raw banana) always from the garden. Also kathrikkai(eggplant) bajjis are our most favorite ones too. We feast on bajjis and skip our dinner or just drink some buttermilk and sleep off. Onion bajjis are made rarely as amma makes it whenever there is some extra batter left over. That too she will finely chop all the onions and mix it with the remaining batter and fry in the oil. It is more similar to the north Indian style onion bhajiyas. We love to eat this with curd rice.
Vengaya - bajji
  When i called up amma yesterday that i am going to make onion bajji for post, she told me to try out bajji by soaking channa dal and rice. The procedure is to make a thick batter out of this and make bajjis with that batter. My appa's mami sued to do this and she told it would taste awesome. But i didn't have time for that as i already kept everything ready to take video of bajji. But will try this method and post the recipe soon.

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Panchamirtham recipe

Panchamirtham recipe

Panchamirtham is a mix of banana and other dry fruits generally made as a prasadh | neivedhyam for many festivals like janmashtami, Ganesha chathurthi, navaratri or any other pooja we do at home. Even for house warming ceremony and ganapathi homam at home we do this panchamirtham. During our childhood days, we get regular supply of Pazhani panjamirtham from Palani. Also we get the same pazhani panchamirtham in thiruparankundram temple too. But i never liked that as do not like any jaggery based sweets. But now everything has changed. In my sister's house they make this during the time they visit their anscestoral temple. They make it there in the temple and offer as a neivedyam to the God. This recipe, my sister's brother in law passed on to me, the way he explained made me to try this immediately.  As janmashatmi | krishna jayanthi 2016 is on aug 25th, i am posting the this recipe of panchamirtham.  Check out the video of the recipe too.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Vendakkai Thoran recipe

Vendakkai thoran, is a simple curry from the Kerala cuisine. Thoran is included in Onam sadya Menu.  We make Vendakkai curry regularly at home but thoran is made  with the addition of coconut and onions. I have tried this during my initial days of blogging from Bharathy's space. Last weekend i tried this after a very long time and everyone liked it very much. So i wanted to make a post on how to make vendakkai thoran. Ladies finger | vendakkai is loved by everyone at home so they love to eat this in any form. Check out my other ladies finger recipes

Monday, July 17, 2017

Lasooni dal tadka recipe, Garlic dal recipe

Lasooni dal tadka | lasuni dal is a simple dal recipe made with the addition of lot of garlic. I have given this recipe for Aval vikatan supplement 3 years back. While i was going through those books, i thought i will post this easy dal recipe. This can be had as an accompaniment with plain rice or with chapathi or paratha. Adding lot of garlic gives a nice flavour to the dal and also enhances the taste.
Check out my other dal recipes
Lasooni dal tadka

Friday, July 14, 2017

Masala Dosa recipe ,Masal dosai

Masala dosa with video

Masala dosa,or Masal dosai is a popular south Indian breakfast recipe. I wanted to post masala dosa recipe when i posted Hotel Saravana bhavan style mini tiffin. But somehow missed it out. I got a tip of cooking onions in the pressure cooker along with the potatoes, from my suresh's chitti. Though i make masala dosa rarely at home but whenever i make i cook the onions along with potato. You can make it for poori masala too.
During my childhood days my grandmother makes yummy masala dosa. Once we had our friends who has come for night study to our house, when they are about to leave by morning 6.30, she was ready with dosa batter and potato masala. She didn't let anyone to go without tasting the masala dosa. Happily they all had the yummy dosa early in the morning.
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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Channa Kurma recipe | Side dish for chapathi

Kurma is an excellent side dish for chapathi, poori, kuska biryani or parotta. I have posted peas kurma, paneer korma and many other kurma recipes. Generally at my place kurma is preferred less compared to channa masala.  Channa kurma | Chickpeas kurma, i have tried few months back and it was liked by every one at home. So after coming back from my vacation, i tried this kurma again. I have posted this channa kurma recipe with a quick video and step wise pictures too. Try this South Indian version of Channa masala at home and let me know how it turned out.
Channa- kurma

Monday, July 10, 2017

Chilli Garlic fried rice recipe

Chilli garlic fried rice, i saw this in Sangeeta restaurant menu, when we visited Chennai last month. As we were in a hurry ordered a dosa but noted down the name to try it at home. Last week when i had little time to cook, suddenly this name chilli garlic fried rice flashed up my mind and googled for the recipe. This sounded so simple and immediately made this chilli garlic fried rice. Kids had this when they are back from school. Both of them loved this fried rice and it was not too spicy. If you are running out of veggies, you can make this easy garlic chili fried rice.

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Perfico - Beautiful Personalised Gifts -A review

Generally i never write reviews about any product in Jeyashri's kitchen but since i am very fond of aprons i accepted to do this review for Perfico.
I was approached by, last February  to write a review about personalised cooking aprons. I immediately replied to them saying that I live in Singapore and will mail back when I visit India in June. Promptly on the 1st of June I got another mail from Perfico about my travel plans and I finally ordered my apron from them. They have a huge collection of unique, funny aprons and we can customise it as per our taste and preferences. They deliver to all places within India.
jeyashris kitchen apron

    I got my aprons delivered promptly on the date mentioned by them. Apart from aprons,their online shop has a huge variety of personalised gifts. You can make your loved ones very happy by giving customised gifts for them on their birthdays and wedding anniversaries. They even have customised aprons for men.
  My apron was personalised with the name "Jeyashri's kitchen"embroidered in it. It was made of white poly cotton material. I would have loved it if it was made of 100% cotton though. I would have loved to have the apron in some other colour as well, but since I was running out of time, I couldn't get the colour I wanted.They also have only a few colour options. The apron was neatly packed and delivered to me. My mom was the first one to wear that ๐Ÿ˜Š

Perfico has a wide collection of Bathroom accessories, baby towels, clocks, wallets,flip flops, coffee mugs, glasses, umbrellas, kitchen towels, Passport holder, piggy banks etc. Do visit their site - and i am sure you will surely get addicted to this online shop. The prices are reasonable and the service is great. If you are looking for gift for all occasions, perfico is the right place for that. Thank you perfico for the Apron. 

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Aloo Gobi Mutter recipe

Dry version
Aloo gobi mutter is a popular north Indian subzi. Though i have tasted this combo many times in restaurants, this is the first time trying the recipe of aloo gobi mutter dry at home. This can be served with roti or with rasam rice too. After a month of holiday to India, all we need is a simple homemade food. I made this simple Potato cauliflower peas curry for lunch today along with Garlic rasam. The rainy weather complimented this delicious combo. Try this at home and let me know how it turned out.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Mint tea recipe , Mint chai

Mint tea | pudina chai | mint chai is a milk based tea with the addition of fresh mint leaves in it. Generally we add ginger or cardamom or tea masala for making chai | tea. When i did Women's day Live on Jeyashri's kitchen facebook, after the session Radhika made this mint chai for me. It was so refreshing and i enjoyed every sip of the tea. Later at home i tried this few times and also served for a friend who visited us directly from the office. The feedback for the mint tea made me to post the recipe of how to make mint tea. Try this simple refreshing tea with easy ingredients.
I am back after 3 weeks of vacation to India, for our son's poonal(thread ceremony). The event went off very well and we are slowly coming back to routine. Stay tuned for new recipes. Thanks for your support always.

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Idli Milagai podi with garlic | Side dish for Idli dosa

 Milagai podi | Molaga podi is a classic combo for idli|dosa. I have already posted Milagai podi in Jeyashri's kitchen. This is another version of milagai podi with garlic. Usually in our home we do not add garlic in Milagai podi. A friend shared with me this version of idli milagai podi and also shared with me a portion of the same with me. It tasted very well. The original version she told was to add 2 cloves of garlic but i wanted the garlic flavour to be little more and so i added more garlic. Try this out and let me know how it turned out.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Palak paneer biryani | Easy Lunch box recipes

Palak Paneer biryani with video

Palak paneer is a classic combo, which generally makes a combo in gravy as a side dish for chapathi. I have posted Palak paneer gravy in Jeyashri's kitchen. As schools are reopening for kids in many places, i thought i will post this easy and kids friendly lunch box recipe. This palak paneer biryani is an easy one pot meal, loved by all at home. Try it out at home and I am sure kids will love this.

Palak paneer biryani

  Preparation Time : 15 mins | Cooking Time : 25 Mins |Serves: 3-4

     Basmati rice  1 cup
     Palak leaves  1 cup (15-17 leaves)
     Mint leaves  a handful
     Garlic  4 cloves
     Biryani masala*  1 tsp
     Oil  2 tblsp
     Ghee  1 tblsp
     Cashew nuts  few (optional)
     Red chili powder  1 tsp
     Salt  as needed
     Sugar  1/2 tsp
     Onion  2
     Tomato  1
     Coriander leaves  few to garnish 
*I used store bought biryani masala.

Palak paneer biryani

  • Soak the basmati rice in 1 cup of water  for 15 minutes.
  • Blanch the palak by dipping it in hot water for a minute. 
  • Drain the water and take out the leaves.
  • Grind the palak leaves along with mint and garlic into a fine paste. 
  • In a pressure cooker add oil and ghee.
  • Chop the onions into long.
  • Add the cinnamon stick.
  • Add the onions and saute till they turn golden brown. Keep the flame and do not burn it.
  • Chop the tomatoes finely and add it.
  • Cook for 2 minutes and add red chili powder and mix well.
  • Add the ground palak masala to this. Add the paneer cubes to this. Cook for 2 minutes. 

  • Mix well and cook till the raw smell goes.  Add the soaked rice along with the water.

  • Add the Biryani masala too. If you do not have anything, you can add garam masala.
  • Cover and cook till 2 whistles or you can cook for 1 whistle and keep it in a very low flame for 10 minutes and switch off the stove.
  • If adding cashew nuts roast them in ghee and add it to the pulao. 
  • Fluff it up with fork. Gently mix it up.
  • Garnish with coriander leaves.
  • Serve palak paneer biryani with onion raita .

  1. You can add bay leaf, cardamom and star anise too while adding the cinnamon.
  2. While grinding add a small piece ginger and also little fennel seeds. 
  3. Instead of adding cashew nuts in the last, you can grind this too along with mint and palak. Soak in hot water for 10 minutes and then add.
  4. Palak paneer biryani tastes awesome and flavourful even after 2 hours. 

Friday, June 23, 2017

Palak khichidi | Palak dal khichidi recipe

Palak Khichidi | palak dal Khichidi is a simple comforting one pot meal. We all love dal khichidi but i have tried this palak dal khicidi for the first time. I got the recipe from a friend whom i met in a cookery show. We all loved it and enjoyed it for lunch. You can have this for dinner too. Dal khichidi is similar to south Indian pongal but with the addition of few other spices. Try this at home and make your meal a healthy one.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Vegetarian Fried bee hoon recipe | Rice noodles recipe

Vegetarian fried bee hoon | Mee hoon is a Popular Singapore | Malaysian local food made with rice noodles. It is similar to the veg hakka noodles we make using the Indo chinese method. This fried mee hoon | bee hoon | fried noodles is widely available in all food courts in Singapore and Malaysia. They mostly serve the non veg version of the bee hoon, but many stalls have the vegetarian fried bee hoon too. Though i am not a big fan of this bee hoon, Varsha and Suresh who always love to explore new cuisine likes this bee hoon a lot. I learnt this recipe from my Malaysian Tamil friend Rubini, who patiently explained me the recipe, even in her busy schedule with the little kid. Thank you so much for the recipe. My family enjoyed the noodles and i have already made this twice on popular demand. Check out the Teh tarik another local tea recipe.

Bee - hoon

Monday, June 19, 2017

Onion rasam recipe | Vengaya rasam

Onion rasam is a simple south Indian rasam recipe. I have tried this for the first time, and loved the taste of the rasam. It tasted similar to vengaya vatha kuzhambu, i can say it is a thinner version of vengaya vathakuzhambu. If you love the flavour of small onions then you will surely love this onion rasam. Check out my garlic rasam too.

Onion rasam recipe

  Preparation Time : 15 mins | Cooking Time : 25 Mins |Serves: 4-5

     Small onions | shallots| chinna vengayam 15-20
     Tomato  2
     Tamarind  a small gooseberry sized
     Rasam powder  1 tsp
     Black pepper  1tsp
    Jeeragam | cumin seeds 1 tsp
    Turmeric powder  1/4 tsp
     Toor dal   2 tblsp (cooked)
    Salt as needed
    Curry leaves   few
    Coriander leaves  few
    Ghee   1 tsp
    Mustard seeds   1/4 tsp
    Asafoetida  2 pinches


  • Grind the tomatoes and filter it. Filtering is optional. I want the rasam to be more thin and not cloudy.
  • Grind the black pepper, cumin seeds, coriander and curry leaves in a mixie in a coarse mixture.
  • Add hot water to the tamarind and extract thin tamarind juice. 
  • In a pan add 1 tsp oil and add the onions.
  • Saute it till becomes soft. Do not burn it.
  • Add the tomato juice, tamarind juice, turmeric powder, rasam powder,asafoetida and salt.
  • Add the coarsely ground pepper mixture. Mix well. Let this boil for 7-8 minutes.
  • Add 1 cup of water to the cooked toor dal and add it to the boiling mixture.
  • Let this froths up.
  • Switch off the flame and temper with mustard seeds and curry leaves.

  • Garnish with coriander leaves.
  • Onion Rasam is ready to serve with hot rice.

  1. You can chop few tomatoes and add it to the rasam if you want bits of tomatoes.
  2. You can pound few garlic pods and add it to the rasam. 
  3. If you want you can use big onions also for this onion rasam.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Veg uttapam recipe | Vegetable Uthappam

Veg uttapam | uttapam is a South Indian breakfast recipe, generally made with left over idli|dosa batter. I have posted small uttapam recipe in jeyashri's kitchen inspired by Murugan Idli kadai. I actually wanted to try 5 taste uttapam but since i have already posted mini masala uttapam recipe, i thought i will make the normal veg uthapam. The uttapam was quite filling and loaded with veggies. You can serve this without any chutney or sambar too.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Mango Shrikand recipe | Mango recipes

Shrikand is an Indian sweet made with strained yogurt. I have already posted kesar shrikand recipe. I wanted to try out Mango shrikand recipe this time. Few days back when i was talking to a Maharastrian friend she was talking about this Mango shrikand and also told me about Aam Piyush a mango drink. Both the recipes sounded so interesting and today i am posting the recipe of Mango shrikand. It is a no cook recipe, only the yogurt should be hung in a muslin cloth or keep it in a tea strainer as i did. Check out my full collection of Mango recipes.

Friday, June 9, 2017

Paneer cutlet recipe | Millet paneer cutlet

Paneer cutlet with millet, i tried this for the first time in a cookery class here in Singapore. Even when i was trying this at home before the class, it was a loved by everyone. Also it was a super hit recipe in the class too. Paneer and cooked millet are the main ingredients and gram flour |kadalai maavu is used for binding. It is a perfect starter for parties. Also you can stuff this inside the burger and serve for kids. I won't say this is a healthy cutlet recipe but you can make it healthy by cooking the cutlets on a pan.
Paneer millet- cutlets

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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Mango dip recipe | Mango recipes

Mango sauce recipe

Mango dip | mango sauce is a dip made with ripe mangoes. This is an excellent dressing for salad too. You can serve this as a dip for any spicy paneer tikka or vietnamese spring rolls are some plain cut salad veggies. Even you can serve with plain cut raw mangoes too. Check out my full collection of mango recipes.

Monday, June 5, 2017

Veg lasagna recipe | Easy Lasagna recipe

Lasagna is similar to pizza but made with lasagna sheets. We first tasted veg lasagna during our Europe trip in France border. Then i tried it at home during few months back and posted in Jeyashri's kitchen Instagram too. After that Varsha's friends who are all in Instagram asked me to make lasagna for them. So after their board exams got over i called all of them home and made lasagna for them. So finally i decided to make lasagna for Jeyashri's kitchen and posted the step wise recipe here. Make this at home and let me know how it turned out. I wanted to cottage cheese lasagna too, will post  the Indian version of Paneer lasagna soon.

Friday, June 2, 2017

Mango margarita | Virgin margarita recipe

 Mango margarita is a mexican cocktail , generally mixed with alcohol. The classic way of serving the margarita is by dipping the rim of the serving glass in salt. Last year when we friends went out for a dinner, one of them ordered this margarita and the salt dipped part was so interesting. I wanted to try the Virgin Margarita recipe at home and finally tried with mango. It was so refreshing and i would say it's a perfect summer drink. Try this easy mango margarita recipe at home and get refreshed. 

Virgin Mango Margarita

  Preparation Time : 15 mins | Cooking Time : 25 Mins |Serves: 6

    Mango pieces  3/4 cup
    Plain soda  330ml
    Sugar  3-4 tblsp  
    Lemon juice  2 tblsp
    Salt  little
    Ice cubes  few  
                                                       Video of mango margarita


Virgin mango margarita
  • I used banganapally mango. Scoop out the flesh of the mango and chop them roughly.
  • In a mixie add the mango pieces, sugar, lemon juice and ice cubes.
  • Grind this into a smooth mixture.
mango margarita 1
  • Add plain soda to this. Mix well.
mango margarita 2
  • Take a serving glass and rub the rim with lemon juice.
  • In a plate add salt and dip the edges with salt. You can also sugar or red chili powder too.
mango margarita 3
  • Pour the virgin mango margarita to that glass.
mango margarita 4
  • Enjoy the drink.
  1. Instead of sugar you can make a simple syrup by dissolving sugar and water in equal proportions. Just boil sugar and water till sugar dissolves.
  2. You can use any fruit of your choice. Strawberry, watermelon will go well with this.
  3. For serving instead of salt you can use coarse sugar or mix red chili powder and salt too. 
  4. Keep the soda water chilled. You can even add sprite or 7 up also to make Virgin mango margarita.