Aam Panna- a sweet and spicy Summer concoction
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Aam Panna- a sweet and spicy Summer concoction

Unlike the snazzy sodas, you can relish these without guilt

Aam Panna- a sweet and spicy Summer concoction

Among others, the season of mangoes is much awaited in the country. While monsoons have just arrived, most days are still warm and sunny. While there are snazzy sodas in the market, there is just no shortage of homemade ways of making drinks and chillers that revitalise the mind and refresh the body. Aam Panna is among the simplest, most healthy, and delightful.

This mouthwatering summer beverage, also known as "Amiya or Ambiya ka sharbat", can be made from gentle raw mangoes. It is relished in north and west India because it is soothing and nutrient-dense. Its exciting bit is that it is sweet and spicy in equal measure

Raw Mangoes' Nutritional Value
Mangifera indica, better known as mango, arrived in India 5000 years ago and has over 1000 varieties. It is not only tasty, but also high in vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin E, vitamin B-6, potassium, magnesium, iron, and fibre. Mango, on either hand, is high in carbohydrates and therefore should be part of a balanced diet. Aside from being a good source of folate, mango is also low in calories, salt, and cholesterol.

Aam Panna Drinking Health Advantages:

Fights liver illnesses

Raw mango promotes bile acid secretion, that aids in liver purifying by removing pathogenic microbes.

Increases blood vessel flexibility

Underripe tender mangoes are high in Vitamin C, which helps to increase the flexibility of blood vessels and treat illnesses. Aside from that, mango drink promotes iron absorption.

Helps the immune system

Mango, which is high in folic acid, minerals, and vitamins, is indeed an excellent immune booster. Sipping Aam Panna means increasing body rigidity and boosting immunity to combat various ailments.

Avoids Gastrointestinal issues

Mango contains pectin, which can help with stomach issues. It relieves digestive issues and improves digestion. As a result, even people with chronic bloating or piles can safely consume this beverage.

Combats temperature strokes

Mango drink, which is rich in flavonoids, Vitamin C, and iron, could indeed aid in the recovery from acute sunstroke, which may have resulted in the loss of chloride and salts from the body.

Reduces Inflammation

Mangiferin is a polyphenol chemical extracted from mango that can decrease heart inflammatory processes, maintain cholesterol levels, and be used to treat a variety of cardiac problems.

Doesn't it incredible that by drinking Aam Panna, you can nurture your skin with these vital nutrients while also protecting yourself? Try these two recipes of Aam Panna-

The Traditional Aam Panna

Ingredients needed
500 gm green mangoes
Half cup sugar
Two tsp salt
One tsp kala namak (black rock salt)
Two tsp roasted and powdered cumin seeds
 Handful finely chopped mint leaves
Two full cups of water

How to Make Aam Panna
1. Heat the mangoes till they are soft inside, and the skin gets discoloured.
2. Let it cool down and remove the skin then squeeze out the pulp.
3. Take all the ingredients together, blend them with the pulp
4. Add the water to the mix
5. pour the drink and garnish it with Ice and some mint leaves

Jaljeera Masala Aam Panna
Ingredients needed :
1. 1 raw mango (big sized)
2. 2 full tsp of jaggery
3. 1 tsp jaljeera masala
4. Rock salt or black salt to taste
5. Handful of mint leaves
6. 2 glasses of water

1. Simply simmer the mango in a cooker
2. Let it simmer till two-three to whistles and cool it down
3. Once it cooled, take out the mangoes, peel them and squeeze out the pulp
4. Now Add jaggery, salt and mint leaves to the pulp
5. Pour the mixture with half a cup of water and give it a mix in a blender
6. Strain the mixture with the help of a sieve and take out panna into a glass
7. Add jaljeera masala and water
8. pour the drink and garnish it with Ice and some mint leaves

Make your afternoons exciting with these drinks.