Aam Panna , a very refreshing juice to beat the heat of summer. It is made from pulp of green raw mangoes and it is used as a tasty and healthy beverage to fight against the intense Indian summer heat. Apart from being tasty this drink also looks good due to its refreshing light green colour. This delicious juice not quenches the thirst but also considered as a great remedy for heat stroke as it prevents the loss of sodium chloride and iron during summer due to excessive sweating. 

Aam Panna | Raw Mango Juice
Aam Panna | Raw Mango Juice

Preparation time-
Cooking Time30 mins
Yield5-6 Glasses

Aam Panna | Raw Mango Juice
Aam Panna | Raw Mango Juice

Ingredients:
Raw Mango1
Sugar1 Cup*(Adjust to your taste)
Mint Leaves10
Roasted Cumin Powder1/2 teaspoon
Black salt1/2 teaspoon
Cooking Salt1/2 teaspoon
Peppercorns10
Ice Cubes1/2 cup

* 1 Cup Capacity = 250ml

Aam Panna | Raw Mango Juice
Aam Panna | Raw Mango Juice

Method:
  1. Wash the mangoes and place it in a vessel along with 2 cups of water and pressure cook them. Allow 4-5 whistles so that they gets completely cooked. Once cooked, remove the pulp from the skin and throw the skin and also remove the pulp from the mango seed. Now we are ready with our cooked mango pulp

  2. To the pulp, add fresh and washed mint leaves along with roasted cumin powder, black salt and normal salt. Add sugar to the pulp and take it to the mixer

  3. Grind the pulp and other ingredients along with peppercorns. Add crushed ice and again blend it to a smooth juice

  4. Now we need to strain the juice using a strainer. After strained, the smooth juice is now ready. We need to serve the Aam Panna really chilled. Take a serving cup and add some crushed ice and then pour Aaam panna to the serving cup 

  5. Serve the yummy and chilled and refreshing Aam Panna. We can refrigerate the Aam Panna and whenever we need to serve we can make the serving cup ready with crushed ice and serve the panna really chilled. Slurp!!!
  6. Aam Panna | Raw Mango Juice
    Aam Panna | Raw Mango Juice

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  1. so when did u add the peppercorns ???

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    1. Hi Sujatha, while grinding the pulp with mint leaves, sugar and salt we need to add the pepper corns also

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  2. when I prepared the colour became little bit brown not as green as you showed in this recipe.can you tell me what is the mistake I have done?

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    1. Hi Vasumathi, I am wondering why and how you got the brown colour. Is it due to the colour of sugar ? Sorry, no clue on why you got Brown clolour..

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  3. Sowmya I too have no idea how it came,or may be my mangoes are not as green as wanted?

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  4. I too have no idea,may be the mangoes I used are not as green as wanted?

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  5. Would love to see the names of ingredients in hindi(or common indian language) too. Makes it so much easier

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  6. Nice post.. I love the way you have explained the procedure using photos.. very easy to follow. I have always loved mango juice, ripe and raw both. I usually buy mango juice of KDD harvest as my work schedule does not allow me to make juice from scratch.. Sadly aam panna is not something you find in the stores.. :( I will probably have to ask my mum to make it when I am home.. thanks for the recipe.

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  7. Hey, very nice site. I came across this on Google, and I am stoked that I did. I will definitely be coming back here more often. Wish I could add to the conversation and bring a bit more to the table, but am just taking in as much info as I can at the moment. Thanks for sharing.
    Mango Drinks


    Keep Posting:)

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  8. Color brown for overly roasted jeeva, or excess use of it and maybe peppercons

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