This is a simple nourishing food for babies 6 months and older. Mango puree can be replaced with pear or applesauce, or cooked and pureed skinless peaches or nectarines.
Babies 8 months and older can enjoy this wonderful kitchari. Make it right from our Kitchari Mix or from your own blend of Basmati Rice and Moong Dal.
Print Recipe Alphonso Mango Vinaigrette We’ve created a wonderful salad dressing by blending rich, delicious Alphonso Mango Puree with zesty PrimalOil to make a really quick, surprisingly delicious salad dressing. Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Servings Cup MetricUS Imperial Ingredients 1/2 cup PrimalOil6-8 Tbsp Alphonso Mango Pureewhite wine vinegardijon mustardlemon juicedried parsley…
These easy-to-make Ladoos are fun and delicious when made with Alphonso Mango Puree. If you want to keep them non-dairy, simply substitute organic virgin coconut oil in place of ghee and use canned organic condensed coconut milk in place of regular condensed milk.
These super smoothies are just right with a ginger spike and a hint of vanilla.
Our Mango Lassi is deliciously simple and healthy – made with quality ingredients and no refined sugar. Raw honey, organic vanilla, saffron and cardamom add to the elegance of this traditional Indian favorite. Double, triple or quadruple the recipe, as desired.
This fun, kid-friendly recipe can be modified and adjusted to fit a variety of popsicle molds.
This simple thirst-quencher is poured over frozen mango cubes instead of ice cubes. It’s a double-mango whammy – perfect for an afternoon refresher.
This easy oatmeal recipe is great for breakfast any day of the week. The Alphonso Mango Puree is naturally sweet and smooth, and when paired with banana slices and blueberries, there is no need to add any additional sweetener.
Mango Sorbet is a delightfully refreshing alternative to dairy-based ice cream. The Alphonso Mango Puree gives this treat its beautiful color and rich, delicious flavor.