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Mango Fruit Leather Roll Ups / Aam Papad

Mango Fruit Leather Roll Ups / Aam Papad are delightful healthy snacks made by pureed mango which is then dehydrated and preserved as mango fruit leather.

Course Snack
Recipe Cuisine Indian
Keyword aam papad recipe, aam shotto recipe, Mango fruit leather, mango fruit roll ups
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 6 hours

Recipe Ingredients

  • 4 Mangoes, peeled and cubed
  • Sugar / jaggery / honey as per requirement. optional

Recipe Instructions

  1. Choose very good ripe and sweet mangoes. So that you do not have to add sugar.

  2. Wash and peel the mangoes. Cube them. Blend it in blender till satiny smooth.

    If you are using sweetener or spices and flavourings, add them in the blender with the mango itself and puree them.

    DO NOT ADD WATER while blending it.

  3. Spread the puree evenly (take care of the edges too, do not spread too thin at the edges) 1/4 inch thick on to any of the following - on a baking tray lined with parchment paper or silpat baking mat or any flat steel tray.

    If you are using steel tray then grease them with little bit of oil.

  4. I have tried both the method.

    For me in the oven, it take around 5 hour to dehydrate it at 100 C. It may take more time depending upon the thickness of the puree.

    If you are drying it under the sun it will take around 2 days. Make sure to keep the tray with puree under direct sunlight.

  5. Once the puree is dry and not sticky to the touch, you can peel away the sheets easily and remove from the oven.

    Since I have sun dried them, I had simply cut them into thin strips and roll them up.

  6. Place the dried mango sheets onto parchment paper, cut into strips and roll them up.

  7. Store in air tight container at room temperature up to 2 weeks or refrigerate up to 1 month.