Falooda Recipe(Mango)

By: Prasanna| Published: 3:28:00 AM

Delicious,soothing and perfect for Summer,it's the cooling

Mango Falooda!

It's a combination of basil seeds,milk,mango pulp ,some chopped mango and topped with Mango Ice-cream,enjoy this drink when its HOT!

I know that my craze for Mangoes are shown in my recipes but this is the last Mango recipe this season(I am hoping atleast!😁) so coming back to the recipe,this is a perfect street food /Summer cooler/Ice Cream  or dessert recipe you will love.

Basil seeds or also called as Falooda seeds/Tukmariya ,are primarily used in falooda have a lot of health benefits such as reducing weight,reducing body heat,keeping blood sugar level in control,reduce acidity, among many other.

This drink looks so wonderful and tastes even better than that,plus its so easy to put together that you are ready to serve this wonderful falooda in no time.
The Mango Ice Cream I have used here is homemade and I have already shared the recipe here.The Mango Ice Cream recipe is Mango Ice Cream No Churn.

Plus do check all my Mango recipes I have shared till date:Mango Cream Popsicle,Mango Rasgulla,Mango Cheesecake.
Also check the Almond(Badam)Kulfi recipe,Coffee Ice Cream recipe.

Tall glass holding Mango Falooda - layers of sabja,mango pulp,mango chunks,milk and mango icecream

Top view of a glass served with delicious,cooling Summer favorite Mango Falooda,Mango chunks and cherry!

Mango Falooda

prasanna hede
Published 05/07/2018
Mango Falooda
Delicious,cooling Summer favorite and a very famous Indian street food -Mango Falooda!



  1. Firstly,in a bowl,add the basil seeds and  1 Cup water.
    Leave it for 10 Mins to bloom.
    Once the basil seeds have doubled in size,drain the water and keep aside.
  2. In a pan,add 2 Cups water and oil,let it come to a rolling boil.
    Add the vermicelli and cook for about a minute or two.
    Drain and keep aside.
  3. In two separate mixing bowls,add the 1/4 cup and 3Tablespoon condensed milk.
    To one bowl with 1/4 cup condensed milk, add chilled milk.
    Mix well and keep aside.
  4. To the other bowl with 3Tablespoon condensed milk ,add the mango pulp.
    Mix well and keep aside.
  5. To arrange,first add the mango pulp mix in individual glasses.
    Top it with vermicelli,basil seeds and milk mixture.
    Finally add two scoops of Mango Icecream to each glass and serve with cherry and mango chunks.
    Enjoy this cold!
Yield: 2 Servings
Prep Time: 10 mins.
Cook time: 5 mins.
Total time: 15 mins.
Tags: falooda,mango,icecream,vegetarian,street food

Mango falooda served in a tall glass

Some Tips to make this amazing drink:
  • Always soak sabja/falooda seeds in plenty of water to give them enough room to bloom.Otherwise they form clusters.
  • When serving the falooda,you can arrange the layers in the glass in any order you prefer.
  • Always put the ingredients in slow stream to avoid mixing up the layers.Alternatively you can also place a spoon facing down,and slowly pour the ingredients on the spoon to form proper layers.

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    Closeup of Mango falooda topped with Mango Ice cream,cherry and Mango chunks

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    1. This is such an interesting recipe.... I happen to have everything but the mango, but Im putting it on my grocery list to get so I can try it. I love it when I find new and unique things to try! Thanks!

    2. This looks awesome! Have never made something like this before, but looks great and summery!

    3. This looks SO refreshing! TBH I've never heard of Flood before but I would definitely love to try it. Especially with all that fresh mango going on - one of my absolutely favorite fruits!

    4. I'm so intrigued by this recipe! At the end of each season I save way more basil seeds than I need to plant for the next season. Also love mangoes so I have to try this!

    5. Mangoes are some of my favorite tropical fruits! Oh don't hold back on our account!Please continue to feature as many mango recipes as you can! This falooda looks so nice and refreshing, I specifically can't wait to try it!

    6. This looks just amazing. I really can't wait to try this. I know my daughter will go crazy for it!

    7. A few months ago I visoted Mexico and they had mango woth every meal! I'm a mango lover and am always stocking up at the store when they are on sale. This sounds delish on a hot summer day!

    8. This looks delicious! Mango is one of my favorite fruits, and I love milkshakes.. what a perfect combination of the two!

    9. I'm seriously drooling over here. Ice cream is my kryptonite and that delicious drink is calling my name!

    10. I just love how bright and cheerful this looks! Summer in a glass for sure! Beautiful recipe, and stunning photos!

    11. This looks awesome. It is so colorful and has so many yummy things in it!

    12. This is like nothing I've ever seen or tried before! Certainly looks delicious :)


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