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Mango Shake Recipe With Kesar

by SaleBhai Team - 13-May-2016 - Recipes
Mango Shake

Nothing fights the hot summer months better than a glassful of delicious mango kesar milkshake. Try this simple yet exquisite mango shake recipe at home and surprise your family and friends. Made of mangoes, milk, and saffron, this delectable drink will pamper your tastebuds to the last drop.

 

Ingredients:

Medium-sized mangoes - 2
Milk - 2 cups
Sugar - 2 teaspoons
Ice cubes - 4
Saffron - 1 pinch

 

Preparation: 

1. Wash the mangoes and peel them
2. Chop the fruit pulp into small pieces
3. Put the pieces and milk in a blender
4. Add sugar, ice cubes, and saffron to the mixture and blend nicely
5. Serve mango milkshake with a few saffron strands for garnishing

 

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