Aarogyam’s Dry Mango Powder
manufacturer of mango powder in india
produces a traditional Indian
spice that is widely used to enhance tanginess to meals. This spice powder is derived from
dried mango pulp. Dried mangoes of the highest quality, handpicked, and with a high acidity
content. This traditional Indian spice is a must-have in any cooking. This common spice
enhances the flavour of both vegetables and meat.
Tart, unripe mangoes are cut into slices and dried mechanically or in the sun. These leathery
strips are subsequently pulverised into amchoor powder. Amchoor, as the name suggests, is
fruity, sweet, tart, and highly sour due to the high concentration of citric acid.
Amchoor green mango powder
is often used in soups, stews, fruit and
pakoras in Indian and South Asian cuisines. It's frequently used to impart a candy-like
fruit flavour to breads, pastries, and sweets. Amchoor is also a key component of chat
Amchoor green mango powder has two very western applications:
- Add to the pie. Any pie. A teaspoon will just offer a distinct layer of flavour that will
mesmerise you. Oh, and we're going to put it in the pie dough. Yum!
- Use chipotle peppers, dried habanero chiles, salt, black pepper, and a generous amount of
amchoor to make a rub for pork ribs. It all comes together to make a life-changing hot and
sour rub that will blow any BBQ purist away.
HOW TO USE JAYWANT MANGO POWDER ?
dried mango powder
flavour and is
used as a souring agent. It does not add moisture to food, unlike fruit juice. It is
frequently used in marinades, curries, chutneys, and soups, particularly in North Indian
cuisine. It is also used to thicken liquids.
- As a souring agent, dried mango powder can be used to flavour braises, stews, soups, and
vegetable dishes. It tastes very good with green vegetables like, and chutneys.