Mango - Alphonso (1 piece) Aprx 150 g- 180 g
Mango - Badami Aprx 350g
Mango - Kesar (1 piece) Aprx 150 g- 180 g
Kesar is a small to medium fruit with a roundish shape and a distinct curved tip. It has a relatively unexciting appearance, having skin that is a dull, slightly mottled yellow colour, perhaps with a green tinge when less mature.
Gir Kesar' Origin. India. The 'Gir Kesar' mango, also called Kesar, is a mango cultivar grown in the foothills of Girnar in Gujarat, western India. The mango is known for its bright orange colored pulp
Ripeness & Quality: Kesar are ready to eat when the fruit is tender with an overall softness coming through the thin peel. Avoid fruit with excessively soft patches or bruised or compressed areas. A little wrinkling of the skin is of no concern and often means the fruit is at peak eating quality. A Kesar with advanced ripeness may occasionally suffer from ‘sponginess’ of the flesh, which is immediately obvious on cutting the fruit open and can be scooped out and discarded.
Fresh Indian Kesar Mango - Gir Kesar
How to Use
The mangoes are mostly eaten on their own or served with ice-creams.
You can make a plethora of desserts using these, especially mango sorbets, ice-creams, mousse, etc. as it has less of fibre.
It is also used for making a popular yogurt-based dessert called Sreekhand in Gujarat.
You can use it for cakes and pastries too or add them to your favorite salads.
Mangoes are known as the King of Fruits because they are loaded with petrochemicals, Polyphemus, vitamins, carotids, antioxidants, omega-3 and 6.
Rich in antioxidants, iron, and vitamins, especially A and C, they are great for pregnant women, anemic and heart patients.
Regular consumption of mangoes can improve bowel movements and improve digestion.
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