You should give this recipe for Mango Lemonade a try if you’re looking for a drink that’s fruity, zesty, and refreshing. Ideal for brightening up your day whenever you need it, whatever the season! Mangoes, sugar, water, and lemon are the ingredients used to make this drink. You are only a few seconds away from enjoying this cocktail, which is incredibly simple to make.
Why bother buying juice when you can make it at home yourself and enjoy the superior flavor? In particular, a recipe like this one that requires only four components. At this point, and only at this point, can you really have faith that what you’re drinking did not start out as a concentrate.
Lemonade is one of my favorite drinks, even if I don’t prepare it very often. This mango lemonade, on the other hand, is even more delicious than your typical lemonade. If you find yourself in a situation where life is giving you both mangoes and lemons, you should brew mango lemonade. To make this dish suitable for adults, simply stir in extra rum, and the party can begin!
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- Sugar that has been granulated.
- Mangoes – Mangoes that are nice and ripe and are of a good size.
It’s better to use freshly squeezed lemon juice, but bottled lemon juice will also work.
Instructions for making mango lemonade
Produce the syrup by:
In a saucepan, put the sugar and the one cup of water, then bring the mixture up to a simmer over medium heat while stirring it often until the sugar is completely dissolved. Take the pan from the heat and wait for the syrup to reach room temperature before using it.
Put the mango and three cups of water into a blender. Blend until smooth. Combine until there are no lumps. After passing it through a fine filter or sieve, pour the mixture into a pitcher.
Stir together the remaining three cups of water, the lemon juice, and the syrup that has been created before adding them to the pitcher. If you want to prevent the mango lemonade from becoming watered down, you can either put ice in the pitcher it comes in or pour it over cups of ice.
The shelf life of your mango lemonade is between five and seven days. If you want to save any for later, you should create it in a container that has a cover already attached to it. If you do not have a lid, you should wrap the top of the container very securely with plastic wrap. Before you serve the lemonade that you have leftover, make sure to give it a thorough stir.