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4 · 15 minutes · This mangonada recipe only takes 15 minutes! So even on an impromptu adventure, this Mexican fruit juice is easy to whip up.
- • 1 Lime
- • 16 oz Mango, Frozen
- • 1 Mango
Baking & Spices
- • 1 tbsp Sugar
- • 1 Tajin seasoning
- • 1 cup Mango nectar, Juice
- • 3/4 cup Ice
- • 4 Tamarindo candy straws
- • Chamoy
Selena 💫 saved to Easy Fun Food To Make
This authentiic mangonada using sweet mangos (fresh or frozen), sour chamoy and spicy tajin will have your mouth WATERING!
Cris R saved to Food/Recipes
Mangonadas Margaritas are made with fresh mango, tequila and Chamoy. They'll be the star of your next fiesta or Cinco de Mayo celebrations.
165 · Try this mangonada filled with sweet mangoes, layers of chamoy, and chile-lime salt. It's the perfect balance between salty, sweet, sour, spicy, and umami. Just don't forget tamarind straws!
- • 2 Limes, large
- • 2 lbs Mangoes, frozen
- • 2 Mangoes, fresh
Baking & Spices
- • 1/4 cup Cane sugar
- • 2 tbsp Chile-lime salt
- • 1 cup Ice cubes
- • 6 Tamarind candy straws
- • 2 cups Water
- • ½ cup chamoy
Antoinette Carnivale saved to Food and Drink
Sweet, spicy, tart and salty, Mexican mangonadas are a real treat for your tastebuds! So flavorful, this non-alcoholic drink is a hit!
This frozen mangonada is packed full of flavor and makes a perfect refreshing drink for those hot summer days.
- • 16 oz Mango, frozen
- • 1 Mango, fresh
- • 5 tsp Lime juice, fresh squeezed
- • 1 can Mango nectar
- • 5 tablespoon chamoy (divided )
- • 1 teaspoon tajin
Anastacia Romero saved to Food
Mangonada, also known as chamoyada is a delicious Mexican mango slushie with a very particular taste. Think of sweet, tangy, salty, and spicy at the same
Heather Johnson saved to Happy Hour at Home
When the summer sun screams across Mexico’s city streets and sandy beaches, mangonadas come to the rescue. Also called chamangos, they can be made with any combination of mango sorbet, chopped fresh mango or mango purée, and may or may not be spiked, but they’ll always contain the salty, spicy and tangy flavors of Tajín and chamoy. Tajín, a chile-lime salt, is a delicious addition to sweet and savory foods alike. Its sister condiment, chamoy, is traditionally made from fermented fruit, salt…
Roxanne Allison saved to Beverages