A large dollop of dessert, loaded with a generous topping of mango, is a sure way to win over friends and family. And summer is the perfect time to whip up, quite literally, a dessert storm. At the same time, you do not want to spend an inordinate amount of time in a blistering kitchen. We invited two food influencers—Neha Deepak Shah and Rinchen Wangdi Bhutia—to share simple-to-make home dessert recipes with the king of fruits. Start by exploring the season’s best mangoes on Amazon Fresh’s Mango Store and get them freshly delivered to your doorstep.

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Mango Malai Cham Cham by Neha Deepak Shah

A popular food influencer and blogger, Neha Deepak Shah was the first runner-up of Masterchef India Season 4. She infuses every dish with a dash of adventure and believes in making every day cooking exciting, one dish at a time. Shah is also the co-founder of Meraaki Kitchen & Cafe White Sage in Jaipur. Here’s Shah’s recipe to make Mango Malai Cham Cham at home.


  • 1 litre milk
  • 2 to 3 tbsp vinegar
  • 2 tbsp water
  • 1/4 cup fresh cream
  • Chopped mangoes, pistachios, rose petals
  • Varq (edible silver foil) for garnish
    For sugar syrup or chashni
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 3.5 cups water
  • Cardamom
    For Instant mawa (a daily food made of dried whole milk)
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 1 cup milk powder
  • 1 tsp ghee
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 8 - 10 saffron strands mixed with 1 tsp milk


  1. Heat milk and curdle it with a vinegar-water mixture. Strain well and wash with fresh water.
  2. Squeeze excess water and mash the chenna (milk solids from split milk) until smooth.
  3. Shape into small discs and cook in boiling sugar syrup with cardamom for 15 minutes.
  4. Cool the discs in the syrup for 1-1.5 hours.
  5. Prepare instant mawa by heating ghee, milk, and milk powder.
  6. Add saffron milk and sugar, and cook until glossy.
  7. Whip the cooled mawa with fresh cream until light and airy.
  8. Slice the chenna discs, fill with whipped mawa, and garnish with mangoes, pistachios, varq, and rose petals.
  9. Serve chilled.
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Mango Doi Bhapa by Rinchen Wangdi Bhutia

Kolkata-based Rinchen Wangdi Bhutia is a quirky home chef and blogger who loves putting the ‘mmm’ in homemade. With a pinch of passion and a dash of digital flair, Bhutia, who also runs a cloud kitchen, serves up mouthwatering dishes to satiate your taste buds. Here’s Bhutia’s recipe to make a simple Mango Doi Bhapa at home.


  • 2 big size mango
  • 900 gms doi (curd)
  • 100 gms condensed milk


  1. Strain excess water from the curd using a clean cloth.
  2. Puree the mango and mix the pulp with curd and condensed milk until its smooth.
  3. Pour the mixture into a baking mould and steam on low flame for 25 minutes.
  4. Cool and refrigerate for 3 hours.
  5. Garnished with fruits and dry fruits.
  6. Serve chilled.
This summer, savour your favourite mangoes (from the nutrient-packed Safeda to the flavourful Badami) and mango-infused delights at great prices on Amazon Fresh’s Mango Store.

Amazon Fresh: your one-stop destination for mangoes

Amazon Fresh’s Mango Store has a wide selection of some of the most beloved mango varieties, including Banganpally, Ratnagiri Alphonso, Sindhura, Totapuri and Kesar. Amazon Fresh’s farmer partners and specialist suppliers ensure the highest quality through 100% safe-ripening practices, meticulous de-sapping, eco-friendly packaging, and six-side quality checks. Customers from across the country are relishing mangoes from Amazon Fresh: data for the 2024 mango season shows that Bengaluru led the charter with 32% of mango sales, followed by Mumbai (25%) and Delhi (19%). Non-metro cities, such as Pune and Ahmedabad, are also showing strong demand. Also, the Mango store on Amazon Fresh has seen a 32% year-on-year growth in sale of mango-flavoured ice creams and dairy beverages such as lassi, yoghurt, and shakes.