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Indian Independence Day Special Tricolor Smoothie | Tricolor Mango Milkshake

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When it comes to celebrating our nation’s spirit and vibrant diversity, what better way than to indulge in a tricolor mango milkshake? This delightful concoction combines the lusciousness of ripe mangoes with the rich creaminess of milk and a touch of patriotic flair, making it the perfect treat for any occasion that calls for a burst of color and flavor. Whether you’re celebrating Independence Day, Republic Day, or simply want to add a splash of vibrancy to your day, the tricolor mango milkshake is sure to be a hit.NORTH-INDIAN-KITCHEN

This delectable beverage is an extraordinary. Yesterday I made this and my family especially my kids was very much happy and said that make it twice.

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Preparation of Mango shake

  • To make this mango shake take blender jar and add 1 cup cubed ripe mango. It is best to use alphonso mango as it will give thickness to shake.NORTH-INDIAN-KITCHEN
  • Now add 2 tablespoon sugar and a pinch of orange food color in it. NORTH-INDIAN-KITCHEN
  • Append 1/2 cup milk. Mango puree should be thick. So, avoid adding excess milk.NORTH-INDIAN-KITCHEN
  • Blend it until it forms to a smooth puree. Keep aside for further use.NORTH-INDIAN-KITCHEN

 

Layer 1 – Emerald Elegance (Green Layer)

  • Initially put 1/3 cup green cherry. Make sure the layer should be thick one.NORTH-INDIAN-KITCHEN
  • Press this thick layer of cheery with a small wooden cue.NORTH-INDIAN-KITCHEN

Layer 2 – Creamy Dreams (White Layer)

  • To make this layer simply append 3 scoops of Vanilla Ice-cream.NORTH-INDIAN-KITCHEN

Layer 3 – Saffron Sunshine (Orange Layer)

  • To prepare this final layer pour the prepared thick mango puree on it.NORTH-INDIAN-KITCHEN
  • Finally Garnish the top with mango cubes.NORTH-INDIAN-KITCHEN
  • Your Tricolor Mango Shake is ready to serve. Serve it immediately otherwise ice-cream will get melt.NORTH-INDIAN-KITCHEN

 

Serve and Enjoy

Serve the tricolor mango milkshake immediately after garnishing for the best visual effect.

To fully appreciate the patriotic layers, consider using transparent or glass serving glasses.

Use a long spoon or a thick straw to enjoy each layer individually or mix them together for a burst of flavors.

Expert Tips

Mango Selection: Choose ripe, sweet, and fragrant mangoes for the best flavor. Varieties like Alphonso, Kesar, or Haden work well. Ensure they are neither too ripe nor underripe.

Layer Consistency: To achieve distinct layers, make sure each layer has a slightly different thickness. Adjust the amount of mango and milk for each layer accordingly.

Chill Ingredients: Refrigerate the diced mangoes and milk before blending. Cold ingredients will help maintain the shake’s creamy texture and prevent melting.

Blending Techniques: Use a high-quality blender to achieve smooth and lump-free layers. Blend each layer thoroughly, ensuring there are no chunks of fruit left.

Sugar Balance: Adjust the sugar quantity according to the sweetness of the mangoes. Taste and add more sugar if needed but remember the whipped cream will add sweetness too.

Vanilla Extract: Adding a touch of vanilla extract enhances the overall flavor. However, it’s optional and can be omitted if you prefer the pure mango taste.

Layering Techniques: Pour each layer slowly and gently over the back of a spoon. This helps prevent the layers from mixing and maintains their separation.

FAQs

Q: Can I use frozen mangoes for the milkshake?

A: Yes, you can use frozen mangoes if fresh mangoes are not available. Thaw the frozen mangoes before blending, and make sure to adjust the sugar level since frozen mangoes may be slightly less sweet.

 

Q: How do I prevent the layers from mixing when pouring?

A: To prevent the layers from mixing, pour each layer slowly and gently over the back of a spoon held just above the surface of the previous layer. This will create a cushioning effect, allowing the layers to stack neatly.

 

Q: Can I make the milkshake in advance?

A: It’s best to assemble and serve the tricolor mango milkshake immediately to maintain the visual appeal and prevent the layers from mixing. However, you can prepare the individual mango purees in advance and refrigerate them. Assemble the layers just before serving.

 

Q: Can I use dairy-free alternatives for the milk?

A: Yes, you can use dairy-free alternatives like almond milk, soy milk, or coconut milk. Keep in mind that the taste and texture of the milkshake may vary slightly from the traditional version.

 

Q: How can I make the layers even more vibrant?

A: To enhance the vibrancy of the layers, you can add a tiny pinch of natural food coloring to each layer. For example, a pinch of turmeric for the saffron layer and spinach juice for the green layer.

 

Q: Can I add other fruits to the milkshake?

A: Absolutely! While mango is the star of this recipe, you can get creative and add other fruits that complement the flavors. Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, or even pineapple can be great additions.

 

Q: How do I stabilize whipped cream for topping?

A: To stabilize whipped cream, you can dissolve a small amount of gelatin in hot water and then gently mix it into the whipped cream. Alternatively, you can use a commercial stabilizer following the package instructions.

 

Q: Can I adjust the sweetness of each layer?

A: Yes, you can adjust the sweetness of each layer to your preference. Taste each mango puree before layering and add more sugar if needed. Keep in mind that the whipped cream topping will also contribute sweetness.

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Tricolor Mango Milkshake Recipe Card

North Indian Kitchen
Mango shake made with 3 colours with vanilla ice-cream and mango cubes on top makes it soo yummy & special beverage in summer.
5 from 3 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Beverages
Cuisine World
Servings 1
Calories 236 kcal

Equipments

1 Mixer Grinder
1 Tall Glass
Measuring Spoons

Ingredients

  • 1 cup Mango cubes
  • 2 tablespoons Sugar
  • ½ cup Milk
  • cup Cherry (Green)
  • 3 scoops Vanilla Ice-cream

For Garnishing

  • Mango Puree
  • Some Mango cubes

Instructions
 

  • To make this mango shake take blender jar and add 1 cup cubed ripe mango. It is best to use alphonso mango as it will give thickness to shake.
    2. Now add 2 tablespoon sugar and a pinch of orange food color in it.
    3. Append 1/2 cup milk. Mango puree should be thick. So, avoid adding excess milk.
    4. Blend it until it forms to a smooth puree. Keep aside for further use.
    (Green Layer)
     
    5. Initially put 1/3 cup green cherry. Make sure the layer should be thick one.
    6. Press this thick layer of cheery with a small wooden cue.
    (White Layer)
     
    7. To make this layer simply append 3 scoops of Vanilla Ice-cream.
    (Orange Layer)
     
    8. To prepare this final layer pour the prepared thick mango puree on it.
    9. Finally Garnish the top with mango cubes.
    Your Tricolor Mango Shake is ready to serve.

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Notes

  • Ensure that your mangoes are ripe for the best flavor. Look for a fragrant aroma and slightly soft texture when gently pressed. 
  • The amount of sugar needed may vary depending on the sweetness of the mangoes and personal preference. You can also substitute sugar with honey, agave syrup, or other sweeteners.
Nutrition Facts
Tricolor Mango Milkshake Recipe Card
Amount per Serving
Calories
236
% Daily Value*
Fat
 
7
g
11
%
Saturated Fat
 
4
g
25
%
Cholesterol
 
18
mg
6
%
Sodium
 
81
mg
4
%
Potassium
 
589
mg
17
%
Carbohydrates
 
40
g
13
%
Sugar
 
38
g
42
%
Fiber
 
3
g
13
%
Protein
 
7
g
14
%
Vitamin A
 
2536
IU
51
%
Vitamin B1
 
1
mg
67
%
Vitamin B2
 
1
mg
59
%
Vitamin B3
 
2
mg
10
%
Vitamin B6
 
1
mg
50
%
Vitamin B12
 
1
µg
17
%
Vitamin C
 
75
mg
91
%
Vitamin D
 
2
µg
13
%
Vitamin E
 
2
mg
13
%
Vitamin K
 
9
µg
9
%
Calcium
 
230
mg
23
%
Vitamin B9 (Folate)
 
98
µg
25
%
Iron
 
1
mg
6
%
Magnesium
 
39
mg
10
%
Phosphorus
 
183
mg
18
%
Zinc
 
1
mg
7
%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Keyword Mangomilkshake, Mangoshake, Tricolor Mangoshake
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