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Xploring #BharatKaZaika with Mango pulp rolls – aam papad

“Mango” a juice fruit of tropical trees. It is the national fruit of our India our dear Bharat, and king of all fruits . So what better way to start #BharatKaZaika with this yummy, tasty, juicy, sweet and tasty fruit of Bharat. My Mango love #Madeinbharat with pride and exported all over the world. We can make so many yummy varieties with mango pulp like mango pulp rolls – aam papad

Mango is one name but has varied shapes, sizes, types, color and region similar to our incredible India. India has vibrant cultures and traditions similarly Mango comes in variety of flavours and tastes, Like Alphonso/ Hapus, Dussheri, Landa, Badami, Kesari, Chausa, Neelum, etc. No wonder it is known as Mango the king of fruits.

mango pulp rolls - aam papad

I am in with love mangoes, Can have them in breakfast, lunch or even dinner. One can make so many yummy things with Mango pulp.

  • Mango shake
  • Mango ras i.e. Aamras, in Maharashtra and Gujarat aamras is even relished with poori as a meal
  • Cake with Mango  pulp
  • Aam/ Mango pudding and much much more.
  • Mango pulp rolls – aam papad

What to do, when you want to store mano pulp for a long time, to enjoy its flavour when it’s not avaialabel. Well then you can even make yummy Mango pulp rolls – aam papad or mango bars. My mom used to make homemade aam papad for me with mango pulp so I can relish them when the season of mangoes is gone.

So sharing with you all, the process to make homemade aam papad

  • mango pulp extracted from 2 mangoes, either squeeze it out or peel the outer cover and chop to pieces and put in a mixer to get a fine paste. For latest mixer grinders in market click here
  • sugar 1 cup( it can be adjusted as per the sweetness of mangoes)
  • cardamom/ elaichi powder 1/2 Tsp
  • 1/2 teaspoon ghee , for greasing

Note – you may think why to add sugar if the mango is sweet, but it is very much required else the aam poli/ papad will turn black. Also sugar acts as a preservative so the poli lasts longer for storage.


Mix all the above ingredients and then pour the pulp on a greased plate of the desired size.

keep it in sun for at least 2 days till it is properly dried.

mango pulp rolls - aam papad
The aam roti is ready to consume, keep it in an airtight container and eat as and when required.

This Post is written under my Fire/ Agni Tatwa series for #BlogBoosterIndia #BharatKaZaika

“#BharatKaZaika is a blogging event conducted by #BlogBoosterIndia. Hosted by Aditi, Mahesh, Pragun, Preeti, Saba, Sanjota, Sudip, Suhasini, Supriya and sponsored by Habhit Wellness Private Ltd.

“#BharatKaZaika is a blogging event conducted by #BlogBoosterIndia. Hosted by Aditi, Mahesh, Pragun, Preeti, Saba, Sanjota, Sudip, Suhasini, Supriya and sponsored by Habhit Wellness Private Ltd.

32 thoughts on “Xploring #BharatKaZaika with Mango pulp rolls – aam papad”

  1. Harjeet Kaur says:

    Good one Pragun and always first 🙂 @blogboosterind

    1. PraGun says:

      Thanks harjeet, hey you caught me

      1. Ms Arora says:

        Who can say No to mangoes ! This is simple, easy n yummy recipe

  2. Ujjwal mishra says:

    Mango is my weakness, such a detailed article left me drooling…. Yum yum

    1. PraGun says:

      Mango in Bharat is the majority’s weakness I feel. It’s an addictive fruit.

  3. Noor Anand Chawla says:

    I absolutely relish aam papad! Thanks for the recipe- i will try out really soon!

    1. PraGun says:

      Thanks, Noor and absolutely loved the Father’s special yakhini pulao. You made me nostalgic.

      1. Sweta says:

        Some more things to relish in this seasons n of mangoes. Lovely!

        1. PraGun says:

          Thanks for reading, mango love forever.

  4. little Duniya says:

    M mm mango mania… Lovely delicious post

    1. PraGun says:

      Thanks little duniya. Thanks for pics its all coz of you.

  5. Samira Gupta says:

    Wonderful post Pragun. My favourite fruit too..

    1. PraGun says:

      Thanks samira, undoubtedly mine too.

  6. Kushal says:

    Reminded me of my old days. My grand ma used to make this for us… quite an easy recipe pragun…

    1. PraGun says:

      Thanks, yes indeed it is very simple.
      yes, you are right these things were common in our granny times, but we can try and conserve the traditions I feel.

  7. Hackytips says:

    Mango is love and Mango recipes are always awesome! Aam Papad looks delicious. Problem is, here is the US we don’t get good quality mangoes to prepare any mango recipes. Great post! 🙂

  8. Neha Gupta says:

    Mango is my favorite fruit too!! Will definitely try this for next Mango season !!Thanks for sharing !!

    1. PraGun says:

      sure it’s even easy to make

  9. Leha says:

    I have eaten this once before but never knew it was soo easy to make. Lovely!
    #MyFriendAlexa #literarylehareads

    1. PraGun says:

      Thanks yes its easy & fun to make

  10. Monika Suri says:

    Is the recipe really that simple ? I wanna try it as my family loves Aam papad . And if I wanna make khatta aampapad then what to do ?

    1. PraGun says:

      Yes it’s very simple and fun to make. for khatta meetha we need to pick tangy mangoes & one can put a pinch of citric acid.

  11. Varsha Gode says:

    I love Aam Poli too, yaay I never knew it was this easy rather I never saw any YT videos to make it. I’m from Sindhudurg so Mangoes are easily available here, will try this next year 🙂
    #vigorousreads #MyFriendAlexa

    1. PraGun says:

      Wow lots of mangoes….. sounds yummy as i love mango in any form

  12. jayanthi6 says:

    I never knew it was this easy to make it… will try it next mango season! 🙂

  13. Archana says:

    Mouthwatering 👏👏!!what else one can I ask for to beat the heat ….Loved your recipe!!!

    1. PraGun says:

      Thanks for loving it, mango is ultimate

  14. Ms Arora says:

    Who can say No to mango in summer season. Thanks for this easy n yummy recipe

  15. Dev Thakkar says:

    Wow that’s seems very sweet and tasty and well named as the king of fruits,, no one can beat mangoesss. ❤️

    1. PraGun says:

      Absolutely its a magical fruit

  16. mylittleduniya says:

    Ohh I just love Aam Papad. We call it Saathe (Aambyache saathe – Aam papad)
    And I just love to make them in my native village. Khatta Meetha <3

    1. PraGun says:

      Wow khatta mitha aam papad must be yummm

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