What’s the one thing you love the most about the summer season? For most of us, the reply will surely be mango. Rightly referred to as the king of fruits, mango defines love. It is juicy, fleshy and adds a burst of sweetness to our palate. And the best part is, you can use ripe and juicy mango to prepare a pool of dishes as well. From mango shake to mango kheer and more – there are countless options, leaving us spoilt for choices. We found another delicious recipe that can be a perfect addition to your list of mango-based recipes. It’s a simple and comforting mango sandwich.
A mango sandwich is a quick and easy dish that can be a perfect solution for all those weird time hunger pangs and midnight cravings. That’s not all. You can also consider including a mango sandwich to your weekend brunch spread during the summers. This recipe is quite similar to the popular Japanese strawberry sando (sandwich). To make a mango sandwich, we need slices of mangoes (preferably refrigerated for some time), mango puree, cream, powdered sugar, bread slices and cardamom powder (optional). Let’s take you through the recipe.
Easy Mango Sandwich Recipe | How To Make Mango Sandwich:
- To start with, take the cream into a mixing bowl.
- To it, add powdered sugar, cardamom powder and mango puree.
- Mix everything together and refrigerate for 30 minutes. You can prepare this spread beforehand and keep it in store.
- Now, take two slices of bread and cut the edges.
- Spread the mango-cream on the bread slices and places the mangoes on one bread slice and cover it with the other.
- Cut the sandwich from the centre and relish.
It is a cold sandwich. So, you can always prepare it beforehand, cover it tightly with cellophane or regular food paper and store it in the refrigerator for a few hours. But always remember, mango sandwich tastes the best when prepared fresh.
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Happy weekend, everyone!
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