Peel the mango, make the pieces and take them into the blender jar. Add milk or water and sugar if using.
Blend it into a smooth puree.
Remove it to a bowl and add the flavoring of your choice.
Mix well, chill aamras in the fridge for an hour before serving.
While serving in an individual bowl, drizzle a teaspoon of ghee in each bowl.
Sugar quantity may vary depending on the sweetness of your mangoes. If mangoes are slightly unripe and have a sour taste then you may need to add little extra sugar. If mangoes are super sweet then skip the sugar.Milk or Water? Use milk to make rich, creamy aamras. I grew up in a household where water is used while pureeing mangoes.Soak mangoes in the water? My grandmom used to soak the mangoes in a large bowl of water for 30-40 minutes. She said that mango has a heating effect on your body (e.g. getting acne, skin rash) if eaten too much. If you soak the mangoes, all the heat is transferred into the water and then you can eat as many mangoes you want without worrying about heat.