Mango Shrikhand is a traditional Gujarati, Maharashtrian recipe made using hung curd, fresh mango puree. It's served as dessert or side dish with poories. Here is how to make Mango Shrikhand or Aamrakhand.
Take a muslin cloth and spread it on a big bowl.
Pour the curd in the cloth.
Now bring the ends of the cloth together and hang it on a support to drain the water from the curd.
Let the curd hang for 2-3 hours.
The thick curd that is collected now is called CHAKKA.
Mix the chakka with the remaining ingredients.
Whisk nicely to make it smooth.
Transfer in the serving bowls.
Garnish with almond and pistachio slivers.
Served chilled as is or with Poories.