Some Easy Ways To Enjoy Mosambi This Season

Who doesnt love fruits? Apples, strawberries, grapes, oranges all get their due credit. But perhaps the Leonardo DiCaprio of fruits; the most underrated one is mosambi! It is often seen as the oranges sweeter cousin but we are here to tell you it is not just that! 


 If you cant satiate your sweet tooth, you will love this option. Get creative this winter and try your hand at baking a mosambi pie. Not only does it taste delicious, it will impress your family too!  

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Who said ice creams arent for winters? Its just a completely different experience to enjoy a popsicle when its freezing outside. Dont trust us? Try it for yourself. You can get started by trying a yummy-succulent mosambi popsicles loaded with the goodness of Vitamin C this season. Who said popsicles have to be unhealthy?  


Mosambi juice is loaded with natures goodness! Honestly, you can call this winters nectar. But making fresh mosambi juice at home can be a messy task which can make your experience less fun. Therefore we suggest you to keep your fridge loaded with Tropicana’s Mosambi Delight this season and enjoy the natures treat whenever you want to. Loaded with Vitamin C, this drink never disappoints. 


An all time favourite recipe, this classic mosambi chaat quickly takes us back to our childhood memories on gorging upon mosambi and other fruits all day long. Dont forget to add a dash of chaat masala to enhance your gustatory experience. 


Need mocktail recipes for your New Year party? This is where your search ends. This flavorful mocktail is uber delicious and requires just a few ingredients. With a hint of lemon juice, sweet syrup, soda and ginger this recipe transforms mosambi juice into a delectable drink. Try it now, thank me later!


This delicious recipe can be served before a main course as a salad and in some cases, afterwards as dessert. Toss fresh mosambi slices with finely chopped lettuce and slivered almonds. Add some vinaigrette and honey mustard dressing to enhance the flavour of the dish. Dont forget to chill before serving.