Aam Panna Recipe | Raw Mango Cooler Recipe

by Rachna
aam panna recipe

One of the saving graces of the hot summer months in India is aam or mango. Our country is blessed with an amazing variety of mangoes. I have enjoyed Dussehri, safeda, langda, chausa in the North, Alphonso and Kesar in the West and Banganpally, Neelam, Malgoba, Mallika and so many others here in the South. Each one spectacular and lip smackingly tasty. But before the ripe mangoes arrive, we get the bounty of raw mangoes. Raw mangoes are consumed in many fabulous forms in our country. Raw mango chutney is made all through summer in my home. Then there are the delightful mango pickles. Raw mango is also used to make sour dal that was tangy and yummy. And of course aam panna which is a delicious summer cooler.

how to make aam panna

Today, I am going to share a really simple Aam Panna recipe or Raw mango cooler drink recipe. This drink is very tasty and kid friendly. It hydrates the body as well as keeps it cool.

how to make aam panna
aam panna recipe

Aam Panna Recipe | Raw Mango Cooler

Rachna Parmar
This delicious aam panna recipe is made with raw mangoes and is perfect for summer. It not only quenches the thirst but is really good for you. Try my easy recipe
5 from 3 votes
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course Beverage, Drinks
Cuisine Indian
Servings 8 glasses
Calories 128 kcal
glasses

Ingredients
  

  • 2 Raw Mangoes about 1/2 Kg. or 1 pound
  • 1 cup sugar or jaggery
  • 1 tsp. black salt
  • 1 tbsp. cumin powder
  • 1 tbsp. salt
  • mint leaves crushed

Garnish

  • mint leaves
  • ice cubes

Instructions
 

  • Boil raw mangoes in the pressure cooker till soft. You can steam them or boil in a closed pan too. Remove the pulp and discard the peel and seed. Mash the pulp nicely. If it is very fibrous, you may sieve it. 
  • Now add jaggery powder or sugar to the raw mango pulp. Add black salt, normal salt and cumin powder. Add a few mint leaves say about 1 tbsp. Blend together for 2 pulses.
  • This is your aam panna concentrate. Pour about 2-3 tbsp. of concentrate in a glass. Top with 3-4 ice cubes and water. Garnish with mint leaves and serve chilled.
  • Your delicious aam panna is ready to serve.

Notes

  1. I love using jaggery as it is preferable to processed sugar. Currently I have some lovely organic jaggery at home. But you can easily use normal sugar or brown sugar. If you use brown sugar/jaggery, your aam panna will be brown in colour.
  2.  The concentrate keeps easily for about a week in the fridge. It does not last that long though.
  3. This sweet sour mango cooler is tasty and also keeps your body cool in summers. You may also add soda instead of the water for a frizzy natural twist. This easily beats your colas both in nutrition and taste. Try it.

Nutrition

Nutrition Facts
Aam Panna Recipe | Raw Mango Cooler
Amount Per Serving
Calories 128
% Daily Value*
Sodium 958mg42%
Potassium 102mg3%
Carbohydrates 31g10%
Sugar 30g33%
Vitamin A 470IU9%
Vitamin C 15.2mg18%
Calcium 22mg2%
Iron 1.3mg7%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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This easy aam panna recipe can be made with just a few ingredients. Aam panna is a perfect summer drink and so easy to make at home. Have it this summer.

aam panna recipe

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aam panna recipe

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SREEDHAR BHATTARAM -

A sure healthy drink!

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Rachna -

It is. Thanks for reading.

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SREEDHAR BHATTARAM -

A sure healthy drink!

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Rachna -

It is. Thanks for reading.

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dNambiar -

Sounds great for the hot weather. (Gosh! Isn’t namm ooru so hot today?!)
I’ve never had this but unripe mango and jaggery seem really cool, rather than doing those sugary juices. I also like the idea of fizz in it. 😉

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Rachna -

It is really so hot these days. I give this to kids after play and have it after my walk. Sometimes I have buttermilk. Yep, the fizz makes it jazzy. 🙂

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dNambiar -

Sounds great for the hot weather. (Gosh! Isn’t namm ooru so hot today?!)
I’ve never had this but unripe mango and jaggery seem really cool, rather than doing those sugary juices. I also like the idea of fizz in it. 😉

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Rachna -

It is really so hot these days. I give this to kids after play and have it after my walk. Sometimes I have buttermilk. Yep, the fizz makes it jazzy. 🙂

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Sanch @ Living my Imperfect Life -

Sounds delicious. I need to try and make this next summer. Will have to find a substitute for jaggery powder though as I doubt I get it here.

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Rachna -

You will like it. You can easily substitute jaggery with sugar. Most people make it with sugar.

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Sanch @ Living my Imperfect Life -

Sounds delicious. I need to try and make this next summer. Will have to find a substitute for jaggery powder though as I doubt I get it here.

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Rachna -

You will like it. You can easily substitute jaggery with sugar. Most people make it with sugar.

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Laurel Regan -

That drink looks so refreshing – I would love to try it! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Rachna -

Thanks, Laurel. It is.

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Laurel Regan -

That drink looks so refreshing – I would love to try it! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Rachna -

Thanks, Laurel. It is.

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swati Bassi -

Hey
Thanks for sharing.
It is one of the best drink in summers.
Refreshing as well as good for health.

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swati Bassi -

Hey
Thanks for sharing.
It is one of the best drink in summers.
Refreshing as well as good for health.

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Kalpana solsi -

5 stars
I love aam panna and prepare it every summer.i will add mint next time I make it. Good tip.
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Rachna -

Thanks Kalpana!

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Sonal -

5 stars
Looking forward to making this one! I got the raw mangoes already 😀

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Rachna -

That’s lovely, Sonal. Hope you like it.

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dNambiar -

I just added black salt to my shopping list.
I’m making some aam panna soon! Thank you for the recipe and reminder that it here on your blog, Rachna. <3

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Rachna -

Thanks Dee. You will love it.

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