Yield: Yields 4 quarts
This is the Indian yogurt drink that most people are familiar with. I ordinarily wouldn’t recommend using a canned product, but because Kesar mango pulp (extracted from the Kesar variety of mango) is so authentically Indian, we decided to use it in combination with fresh mango in order to keep the distinctive flavor. You can find cans of it in most Indian markets, or substitute all fresh mango. Try this over ice on a hot summer day. It’s amazingly refreshing!
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