Mango Milkshake On Your Mind? Try Chef Saransh Goilas Handy Tip


The summer season has begun across the country, and with it comes a range of amazing seasonal dishes. From juicy watermelons to shredded cucumbers, from cold kokum to fresh mangoes – there are many delightful foods that are our summer favorite. Hydration is also very important in the summer season. This means loading plenty of fluids and fluids to keep yourself hydrated and our skin glowing. Mango shake is a drink that is popularly consumed during the summer months. Chef Sarnash Goila recently revealed his secret tips to make mango milkshakes super creamy and delicious.

Mango shake is made with fresh mango and milk.

Mango shakes are usually made by mixing mango with milk in a mixer. The idea is to make a frothy and cold summer drink by mixing ripe mango with milk, and occasionally a little ice cream. Chef Saranash Goila, however, shared a tip for making mango shakes without the need for ice cream.

Wondering how it works? The chef suggested making ice cubes of milk just by freezing the milk and then using it in the process of making mango shakes. In the caption to the video, he writes, “Shake evenly without ice cream and you’ll get that amazing silky frothy texture! Sometimes all you need is a good mango and a good technique.”

How To Make Mango Milkshake | Chef Saransh Goiler’s Mango Milkshake Recipe

  1. You will need a whole ripe mango for the mango milkshake recipe.
  2. Cut into small cubes and add to blender
  3. Meanwhile, freeze the full cream milk and let it set.
  4. Take out 8 ice cubes and add to blender.
  5. Now add two tablespoons of water and sugar or stevia to taste.
  6. Mix everything together and serve cold!

Watch the full recipe video of Mango Shake shared by Chef Saranash Goiler here:

(Also read: Celebrity chef Saranash Goila shows you how to make the perfect caramel frapuccino)

Try this amazing recipe for super creamy and frothy mango milkshakes with a secret tip from chef Saranash Goila. Tell us how you like it in the comments below!

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