I am adding First Entry in the Blogger's Recipe for Month october. This is different than regualar smothies . It is really good. This recipe is send to me by Abraham Sunu Chacko . Thanks for sending such a healthy smoothie recipe for Reader's Recipe on the month
Whip up this sweet and tangy smoothie in minutes. A natural and healthy way to enhance your diet and a great alternative to sugar-laden, smoothies sold in supermarkets.
Mango has been grown in India for over 4000 years and is a delicious fruit packed with vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants, and like most fruits very low in fats. Mangoes non-inflammatory properties helps in reducing pain conditions in arthritis.
Banana with its wonderfully sweet, firm and creamy flesh, makes it universal favourite among all ages. Packed with Potassium, an essential mineral for maintaining normal blood pressure and cardiovascular function.
Pineapples are extremely juicy and sweet, balancing the tartness in them. Manganese and Thiamin is available in plenty in this tropical fruit.
Papaya – Christopher Columbus called it 'fruit of the angels'. Deliciously sweet, soft and butter like consistency makes it a rich source of Carotenes, Vitamin C, Flavonoids, Fibre, Magnesium and Potassium together providing protection against colon cancer and promotes health of the cardiovascular system. Papain is an enzyme which helps digest proteins; is concentrated in this fruit when unripe.
Papaya – 50 grams
Mango – 100 grams
Banana – 50 grams
Pineapple – 50 grams
Pineapple Juice – 50 ml
Ice Cubes – as required [optional]
Sugar – 1 tbsp [optional]
In a blender add all ingredients and blend till smooth and butter like consistency is achieved.
Golden Touch Service:
Serve you better half – instead of tea when back from a long days work.
Store in freezer; these fruit cuts in small sachets, to avoid last minute running around. Defrost in a microwave and blend.
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