This nutritious and delicious mango sabja pudding can help you beat the summer heat

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Mangoes are enjoyed in a variety of ways, including shakes, salads, chutneys, and even desserts. Mangoes, one of the most popular summer fruits, not only assist to satisfy hunger, but they’re also high in potassium and magnesium.

“Mangoes are also high in mangiferin, a compound that prevents heart cells from becoming inflamed. Dr Jinal Patel, nutritionist at Apollo Spectra Hospital in Mumba, previously informed indianexpress.com that the mystical fruit includes vitamin A, which enhances vision and decreases dry eye problems.

So, to avoid the summer heat, why not try a mango-licious meal today? Don’t stress about deciding what to create; we’ve thought of everything.

Yasmin Karachiwala, a fitness trainer, presented a simple Mango Sabja Pudding recipe that can be made in no time. “This is a great recipe for breakfast, a snack, or when you’re seeking a nutritious dessert,” Karachiwala added.

Sabja (sweet basil seeds) in particular give welcome reprieve from the sweltering summer heat.
Sabja seeds, 1 tbsp
a teaspoon of maple syrup

a few drops vanilla extract

coconut milk, 1/2 cup

a single mango

How do you make

*Combine the sabja, maple syrup, vanilla extract, and coconut milk in a mixing dish until the seeds are thoroughly absorbed. Keep it for 5-10 minutes, or until they puff up.
*Cut the mangoes into tiny slices and place them at the bottom of a glass. After that, add the puffed sabja and repeat the procedure.
*Finally, garnish with mango pieces and chopped almonds, if desired!