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If you're lucky enough to have access to fresh mangoes, create your own sweet mango juice! You can easily customize the flavor and texture of the juice. To make creamy mango juice, blend the fruit with a little milk and sugar. If you want the natural flavor of the fruit to really shine, blend mango chunks with water. For truly unique mango juice, blend in other fruits, spices, or juices. Try several and discover your favorite mango juice combinations! Ingredients:
- 6 large mangos or 5 cups (525 g) of mango chunks
- 4 cups (950 ml) of water or milk
- 3 tablespoons (36 g) of sugar, optional
- 1/2 cup (70 g) of ice cubes, optional
- How to prepare:1.Chop the mangoes into 1 in (2.5 cm) chunks. To cut a mango, slice the flesh away from the seed in the center of the fruit.
- <input pseudo="-internal-media-controls-overlay-cast-button" type="button">2Put the chunks into a blender with water or milk and the optional sugar. If you'd like the flavor of the mango to really shine, pour 4 cups (950 ml) of water into the blender. If you prefer a creamier drink, you could use milk instead. You can also add 3 tablespoons (36 g) of sugar if you want the mango juice to be even sweeter.
- 3Blend the juice for 30 seconds or until it's smooth. Put the lid on the blender and combine the ingredients until the mango is completely pureed. Keep blending until the mango incorporates with the water or milk.4Pour the juice through a strainer if you want thin mango juice. If you used mangoes that had noticeable fiber strands, you may want to strain the juice. Set a fine-mesh strainer over a pitcher or measuring jug and pour the mango juice into it. The juice will drip into the pitcher, leaving the pulpy fibers in the strainer.
- Discard the pulp once you've finished straining the juice.
- If your mangoes were smooth or you don't mind thicker juice, you can skip straining it.
- 5Pour the mango juice into serving glasses. If you'd like your juice to be cold, place a few ice cubes in each glass before you pour the mango juice into them. Consider sticking an extra sliver of mango on the side of the glass before serving the drinks and enjoy!You can cover the pitcher of mango juice and refrigerate it for up to 2 days. Unfortunately, there's nothing you can add to the juice to extend its storage time. For longer-term storage, consider freezing the juice for up to 4 months.
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